11 Breast Cancer Awareness Beauty Products To Stock Up On Today

From Estée Lauder, to Philip Kingsley.

Breast Cancer Awareness (BCA) Month is back this October, making it the perfect time to stock up on your favourite beauty products.

Along with broadening public knowledge about the disease, (which affects every one in eight UK women) BCA Month helps raise funds for breast cancer research and care - and some of the biggest cosmetics brands around are taking part.

New BCA beauty collections are released every year, with various amounts of the profits donated to some amazing charities, so you can show your support simply by shopping.

Here are the 11 must-buy products we’ll be putting in our e-baskets today:

Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Recovery Complex II With Pink Ribbon Pin
Estee Lauder
£72 from esteelauder.co.uk

20% of proceeds will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Bumble and Bumble Prêt-a-Powder
Bumble and bumble
£22 from bumbleandbumble.co.uk

£5 from each sale in October will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Look Good Feel Better Anti-Bacterial Brush Set
Look Good Feel Better
£34.99 from lookfantastic.com

12% of the wholesale price donated to Look Good Feel Better, with an annual minimum donation of £30,000.
Jo Malone Red Roses Cologne
Jo Malone
£86 for 100ml from jomalone.co.uk

For each 100ml bottle sold, £20 will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Invisibobble Pink Heroes Hair Tie
£4.95 from lookfantastic.com

Invisibobble will be donating €20,000 to German breast cancer charity Brustkrebs Deutschland.
Estée Lauder Companies' Breast Cancer Awareness Beauty Box
Estee Lauder
£20 from esteelauder.co.uk, clinique.co.uk, origins.co.uk, aveda.co.uk, bumbleandbumble.co.uk, smashbox.co.uk

£12 from the sale of each box donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
RevitaLash Advanced Pink Limited Edition
£69 from revitalash.co.uk

10% of profits donated to benefit breast cancer awareness, research and education initiatives.
Origins Drink Up Intensive Mask
£24 from origins.co.uk

£4 from each sale donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, up to the value of £4,000.
GHD V Electric Pink Styler
£135 from ghdhair.com

£10 from each sale donated to Breast Cancer Now.
Elemis Hero Collection
£55 from debenhams.com

Elemis donate £10,00 each year to Breast Cancer Care and to date have raised £130,000.
Philip Kingsley No Scent No Colour Shampoo and Conditioner
Philip Kingsley
Prices from £7.50 at philipkingsley.co.uk

Designed for men and women who are undergoing treatment for cancer - 25p from every 75ml bottle and 50p from every 250ml bottle is donated to Look Good Feel Better.

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