11 Beauty Brands Supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month
What if we told you that your shopping addiction could do some good? Well, that’s actually true in October, because it’s National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and many beauty brands are rolling out limited-edition pink-packaged products in an effort to raise money for breast cancer research. This month, you’ll be able to add everything from fragrance to lipstick to your beauty collection while giving something back. Click through to see how you can support the cause.
Ralph Lauren Fragrances
All profits from each bottle of Tender Romance, Romance and Midnight Romance sold in October will be donated to Ralph Lauren's Pink Pony Fund.
The brand has pledged to donate $30,000 from sales of this limited-edition cream to Breast Cancer Care.
Clinique will donate $10 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation for each bottle sold of its limited-edition Great Skin, Great Cause Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion+.
Bobbi Brown will donate $11 from each sale of this limited-edition duo, up to $90,000, to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation until May 31.
For each product sold, Thrive Causemetics will be donating one to cancer-focused charities throughout the month of October.
La Mer will donate $17 from each sale of this limited-edition cream, up to $53,000, to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation until December 31.
For every sale of this electrolyte-infused primer water, Smashbox will donate $5 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Bumble and Bumble
Bumble and Bumble will donate 20% of sales of its Pink Ribbon Bb. Thickening Spray to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation through December 31.
Kiehl's will donate 100% of net profits from its Kiss for the Cure Butterstick Lip Treatment Duo, up to $25,000, to Bright Pink.
Sigma will donate 20% of proceeds from sales of its F80 Flat Kabuki brush in pink to Bright Pink.
Estée Lauder will donate 100% of net profits from limited-edition products to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation through June 30.