How your favourite beauty brands are supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month
As the commencement of October has us edging one step closer to summer, holidays and all the best fruits the warmer seasons have to offer, it also marks one other incredibly important occasion: Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM).
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With eight women still dying every day from the disease and 55 Australians being diagnosed every single day, the annual international health campaign aims to increase awareness and raises funds towards the much needed research and resources for the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure of breast cancer.
To help play their part, the beauty industry band together to release limited-edition, pink-themed products in support of the campaign and to contribute to their relevant charities such as Breast Cancer Network Australia, Look Good Feel Better® and the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF).
Here are some of your favourite brands who are doing their bit for Breast Cancer Awareness this year:
With over 25 years of raising awareness for breast cancer, Estee Lauder are back in 2020 with another rally for The Breast Cancer Campaign’s commitment to end this disease in our lifetime.
Raising over $89 million in global research support, education and medical services, as well as $73 million worth of funding for medical research grants, the late Evelyn H. Lauder has been committed to the dream of a breast cancer-free world. For more information on this year’s campaign, and the iconic bold pink ribbon (co-created by Evelyn H. Lauder), check it out here.
Plus, how could you miss the new-look Advanced Night Repair?! The limited-edition pink bottle features a collectible bracelet in honour and support of breast cancer research. 20 per cent of the purchase will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation until June 2021 ($159, at Myer).
In honour of BCAM, John Frieda has launched a limited-edition John Frieda Frizz Ease Extra Strength Pink Serum, available exclusively at Priceline and Priceline Pharmacy.
For every serum sold, John Frieda will donate $2 to the Breast Cancer Network Australia (BCNA) – a beautiful community created to support men and women affected by breast cancer.
The ghd Take Control Now Pink collection will donate $20 from every sale to breast cancer charities across the globe.
Check out the life-saving (and super cute) powder pink straighteners and hair dryer here.
Image credit: ghd
Welcoming back an old favourite this year, the jane iredale Limited Edition Smell The Roses Hydration Spray will donate $3 from every sale of their nourishing facial spritz to support the charity, Look Good Feel Better.
Image credit: Jane Iredale
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We love seeing our favourite beauty brands supporting such wonderful causes. Will you be purchasing any of these pink beauty products?