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October marks Breast Cancer Awareness month. Here are the beauty brands that have created limited edition products to support the battle against breast cancer.
Bobbi Brown is offering a limited edition set featuring a Pink Peony Illuminating Bronzer and Mini Face Blender Brush in support of the Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign. Bobbi Brown will donate £5 from the sale of the set to the Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign charity. (£35).
Pamper parched hands with these limited edition pink, moisturising glamour gloves from Bliss. Use them for 20 minutes, and a hydrating gel lining with olive and grape seed oils will quench palms, while Vitamin E smoothes and firms hands. To aid Breast Cancer Care in their work, Bliss will be donating £5000 to the charity, to help them continue providing their indispensable service. (£36.80).
The limited edition Cherry ChapStick is SPF 15, providing protection from UV rays whilst helping raise money for charity. 2012 is the second year in a row that ChapStick have supported Breast Cancer Care with a 20p donation from every stick sold. (£2.49)
Elemis continues its support of Breast Cancer Care by creating the Think Pink Beauty Kit and pledging £10,000. The Think Pink Beauty Kit contains three hero products - Pro-Collagen Lifting Treatment Neck and Bust ‘Boob Tube’ in limited edition pink, Pro-Collagen Marine Cream in limited edition pink jar and Quiet Mind Relaxing Bath Elixir - presented in a vibrant pink cosmetics bag. (£32.50)
GlamGlow have created a limited edition of their exfoliating mud mask to help join in the fight against breast cancer. Until December, a quarter of the profits from the sale of GlamGlow's Cure Sexy will be donated to the Pink Ribbon Foundation. (£49.99, 50ml)
The Micro Pedi uses a roller that spins at 360º, 30 times a second. This buffs away at the dead, hard, jagged skin on your soles and heels. For each limited edition Micro Pedi sold, £1 will be donated to the Pink Ribbon Foundation. (£39.95)
OPI have created a special set of lacquers, Pink of Hearts 2012, to help raise money for Breast Cancer charity Coppa Feel! The set includes two shades created especially to raise funds - You Glitter Be Good To Me and Think In Pink. For every Pink of Hearts 2012 set sold, £2 will be donated to the charity. (£21).
Ciaté have created two special shades to support the Breakthrough Breast Cancer charity. The two colours are a twinkling pink holographic glitter, based on Ciaté bestseller Jewel, and a glistening pink with golden shimmering undertones, inspired by Ciaté’s cult colour Twilight. Charlotte Knight, founder of Ciaté, says: “The fear of breast cancer is something that heartbreakingly affects women globally.” Ciaté will donate 20% of the purchase price for every kit sold. (£18).
Nails Inc have joined forces with the charity Breast Cancer Campaign and are encouraging people to 'paint their pinkie pink' using their new Pinkie Pink polish. £1 from every varnish sold will be donated to Breast Cancer Campaign. (£11)
Jo Malone London is supporting The Estée Lauder Companies’ Breast Cancer Awareness (BCA) Campaign. Throughout October, Jo Malone London will be donating £5 to support the fight against breast cancer from every UK sale of Red Roses Cologne 100ml. The scent has a blend of seven of the world’s most exquisite roses. (£76, 100ml)