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Beauty With A Cause: Breast Cancer Awareness Month


by Holly O'Neill
11th Oct 2017
Beauty With A Cause: Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month and feel as good as you look with these limited edition products, says HOLLY O’NEILL, which all support breast cancer research.


Breast cancer is the second most common cancer in women in Ireland, with nearly 2,800 diagnosed every year. These limited edition products all support breast cancer research but do your research and find out where your money is going. Text CURE to 50300 to donate €4 to Breast Cancer Ireland.

ghd

Your favourite cult hair styling hero product has launched a limited edition ghd pink blush collection with every product sold making a donation to Irish Cancer Society. The award-winning ghd platinumTM limited edition pink blush styler and roll bag, €215, gives smoother and shinier hair with just one stroke. The ghd air limited edition pink blush hairdryer, €129, reduces frizz fast and the ghd limited edition pink blush paddle brush, €24, gently detangles and creates sleek, salon-worthy hair.

ghd platinumTM limited edition pink blush styler and roll bag, €215

ghd air limited edition pink blush hairdryer, €129

ghd limited edition pink blush paddle brush, €24

Clinique

Clinique’s limited edition Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion+, €42, helps strengthen the skin’s moisture barrier and leaves skin glowing and baby soft.

Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion, €42

La Mer

Creme de La Mer’s Moisturizing Cream is one of the most coveted moisturisers in the world. Formulated with nutrient-rich sea kelp, even the driest skin is left radiant, renewed and restored. La Mer will be donating €24 from the sale of their each of their limited-edition Creme de la Mer Moisturizing Creams, €80, in support of breast cancer research.

Cr’me de la Mer Moisturizing Cream, €80

Elemis

Elemis has produced a pink product every year for 15 years as a reminder that checking your breasts should be as natural as applying your daily moisturiser. In 2017, they’ll donate €25,000 to Breast Cancer Care from sales of this very special limited edition Elemis Pro-Collagen Marine Cream, €108. With a lightweight texture that easily absorbs for flawless make-up application, wrinkles will appear reduce and skin will be left feeling hydrated and firmer and looking more radiant.

Breast Cancer Care Limited Edition Elemis Pro-Collagen Marine Cream, €108

Inglot

On Saturday, October 14th, Inglot will have their annual THINK PINK Day, where two euro from every pink nail and lip product sold will go directly to breast cancer research. You can buy online or shop in store to show your support.

Inglot Lipstick in 141, €15

Jo Malone London

Jo Malone London’s quintessential, floral scent, Red Roses, €109, is made of a blend of seven of the world’s most superior roses, violet leaves and zest of lemon. For every purchase of the 100ml fragrance sold in October, Jo Malone London will donate €25 to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Jo Malone London, Red Roses Cologne, €109

Bobbi Brown

Bobbi Brown Pink Peony Illuminating Bronzing Powder Set, €40, includes an Illuminating Bronzing Powder and a Mini Face Blender Brush in a universally flattering, velvet soft rosy pink shade. Available exclusively in October with 20% of proceeds benefitting the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Bobbi Brown Pink Peony Illuminating Bronzing Powder Set, €40

Estee Lauder

Evelyn H. Lauder was troubled by the lack of awareness, funding and resources necessary to overcome breast cancer when she launched the iconic Pink Ribbon at beauty counters in 1992 and The Estee Lauder Companies’ Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign. Evelyn founded the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, a non-profit organization, to generate funding that would be solely dedicated to breast cancer research. On this 25th Anniversary of The Campaign, Evelyn’s legacy and vision has seen more than $70m to support global education and medical services and close to $56m to fund BCRF medical grants, overall funding over 200 Breast Cancer Research Foundation research projects worldwide over the past 25 years. This year, Estee Lauder’s #1 recovery serum, Advanced Night Repair, comes in a limited edition pink bottle with a pink ribbon keychain to support the Breast Cancer Campaign.Proven to maximise the power of skin’s natural night-time renewal, Advanced Night Repair will leave?lines and wrinkles visibly reduced and skin will feel smoother, hydrated, and stronger.

Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair 1.7oz with Pink Ribbon Pin, €90

Don’t Buy Her Flowers

Bespoke care package brand, Don’t Buy Her Flowers have launched a care package with charity Stand Up To Cancer, curated for loved ones and their family members currently going through cancer treatment. Don’t Buy Her Flowers founder Steph Douglas has worked closely with Cancer Research experts and a collective of inspiring contributors to put forward their personal recommendations for items, products and fun things that helped them through battling some of the side effects but also those items that helped them feel connected to friends and family and themselves. There’s an incredible list of 40 beauty and lifestyle products to choose, from Queasy Drops to help with nausea, hand cream to battle brittle nails and cashmere socks to keep cosy during chemo. The Stand Up To Cancer Care Package launches on Monday 16th October, available in Ireland with package?prices range from €15-€250 and 5% of this going to Stand Up To Cancer to fund  research.

Stand Up To Cancer Care Package from €15-€250 

Marks & Spencer

In support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October, M&S will 20% of sales on selected lingerie and sports bras to the Marie Keating Foundation. Proceeds raised will help the Marie Keating Foundation continue to run services such as its mobile information units which visit schools, community centres and workplaces around Ireland every day and focus on?breast cancer during October. Styles are available now in-store and online at marksandspencer.ie


This article originally appeared in the October issue of IMAGE magazine, on shelves nationwide now. 

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