There’s only eleven days left to snatch up these top-notch beauty products that support treating and finding a cure for breast cancer. Here are our twelve favorite Breast Cancer Awareness finds this year—get ‘em while you can!
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Pour a few drops of this rose-scented blend of rosehip, grape seed, and sesame oil into your bath, and then leave it on the ledge of your bathtub—the rosebud-filled jar is as useful as it is beautiful.
B. Witching Bath Co. Botanical One Hundred Roses Bath Oil, $19.95, bwitchingbathco.com. Fifty percent of sales will go to Boarding for Breast Cancer.
Oncologist Dr. Elizabeth Chabner Thompson created this overnight bag—full of all the essentials a patient needs during her recovery—to give to a friend or family member undergoing cancer treatment.
BFFL Bag, $99, bfflco.com. Fifteen percent of net profits go to Cancer 1 Source.
Your stylist, this website, and probably every magazine you read recommends using a boar bristle paddle brush to blow-dry and detangle your hair because it smoothes strands gently, and won’t cause split ends, so go get one already!
Angelo David Brush, $35, angelodavid.com. Ten percent of all sales benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
One of these Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotions is sold every 4.8 seconds, so chances are you—or someone you know—swears by it. Stock up now and help the cause.
Clinique Great Skin, Great Cause, $36, Clinique.com. $10 per lotion sold goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Created by two New York-based podiatrists, this nail polish is toxin-free, hypo-allergenic, and contains tea tree oil, vitamins C and E, and wheat protein.
Dr’s Remedy Enriched Nail Polish in Positive Pink, $17, everythingbutwater.com. Twenty percent of proceeds goes to Living Beyond Breast Cancer.
We buy a new flat iron every year, and what better excuse to upgrade than this pink styling iron, which straightens hair or adds bend (thanks to its beveled edges). With adjustable heat from 140 to 410 degrees, we won’t fry our fragile strands.
Go Styling Iron by FHI Heat, $79.99, gohairstyling.com. $1 per iron will go to Bright Pink.
This leave-in conditioner (a celeb-favorite) was created by Puerto Rican stylist-turned-entrepreneur Carolyn Plummer. Spritz it on to knock out frizz.
It’s a 10 Miracle Leave-In Product, $17.96, itsa10haircare.com. Proceeds benefit Right Action for Women.
Ojon oil, harvested in Honduras, is packed with essential lipids to re-hydrated super fried, damaged strands. Apply this oil-rich treatment through damp strands, wait for a few minutes, then rinse. Your hair will feel softer and look smoother after just one treatment.
Ojon Pink Ribbon Restorative Hair Treatment, $19.50, ojon.com. $5 from every sale of this treatment goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Trade in your boring blow dryer for this hot pink, gold-accented one. It’s lightweight, quiet, and a portion of proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society.
Paul Mitchell Express Ion Dry HotLight, price varies, paulmitchell.com for salons.
What better excuse to try the bright-streaked hair trend than now: Find a participating salon at pinkhairforhope.com, then book an appointment for either pink clip-in extensions or bonded ones (which stay in your hair for a couple of months).
SHE by SO.CAP.USA hair extensions, prices vary, pinkhairforhope.com. All proceeds benefit numerous cancer research organizations.
Smaller than a cell phone, this bright pink palette holds 8 shadows, 8 glosses, a blush and a bronzer. We tested the shades on a few Latina staffers, and every color looked gorgeous!
Sephora Collection Color Flip Palette, $15, sephora.com. $1 from sale of each palette goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
This silky gloss starts out clear, then turns pink. The exact tint, however, depends on you, since the formula reacts with your personal skin chemistry to create the most flattering shade for your skin tone.
Smashbox O Gloss, $22, smashbox.com. All sales go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.