7 Things You Can Buy to Benefit Breast Cancer Charities

In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’ve rounded up seven products that are fighting for the cure by donating a portion of their proceeds to breast cancer charities.

Drybar Detox Mini Dry Shampoo

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$13

Our favorite dry shampoo is getting in on the fight for a cure by donating $1 from each bottle sold to the City of Hope breast cancer program. You should stock up because you’re going to get addicted to this heavenly dry shampoo. It works like a dream to soak up oil and refresh hair while leaving behind the most amazing scent ever — Marrakesh Woods which features notes of sandalwood, jasmine and vanilla. Head to Drybar to grab a few bottles before they’re gone.

Skinn Cosmetics Pink Foot Fetish

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$22

Are your feet cracked or dry? Get smooth feet with Skinn Cosmetics’ Foot Fetish Heel Balm. This grapefruit-scented product is infused with vitamin A, C and E along with shea butter, grapefruit, meadowfoam seed and jojoba oils to reveal your most soft, silky feet yet! Plus, 100% of every cent spent on this soothing heel balm will be donated to the national non-profit, Bright Pink. Pick yours up at Skinn.

Karin Herzog Skin Renewal Kit

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$179

This limited edition Skin Renewal Kit comes with everything you need to say goodbye to dry summer skin and hello to your autumn glow. Better yet, $50 of the proceeds from each purchase will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Fund. The kit includes four products to help you upgrade your daily skincare routine. Head to Karin Herzog to grab your set.

Sterling Forever Rose Gold Criss Cross Ring

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This dainty criss-cross ring is the perfect addition to every ring lover’s collection. From a day of running errands to a night out on the town, throw this baby on and you’ll be looking oh-so-stylish. Better yet, 20% of their October proceeds are going to help in the fight against breast cancer thanks to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

June Jacobs Rapid Repair Healing Cream

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$60

This ultra-nourishing cream was created when June Jacobs, the founder of her namesake brand, was undergoing radiation for breast cancer and she needed something to nourish her delicate skin. Her doctor was stunned when he saw the results and asked her if she could make more batches for other patients. From there it was put into deep clinical testing  and now it is available to all consumers who don’t need to be undergoing treatment to receive the benefits of this miracle cream. Due to its origins, June Jacobs will donate 50% of the net proceeds of the product to breast cancer research for every purchase made on junejacobs.com.

The Entire Mad Hippie Collection

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Mad Hippie is donating $1 for every single website sale to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, plus they’re also giving $1 to Wildlife Conservation. This means you can shop their entire organic, all-natural line and pick up your faves to give back. I personally love their Vitamin C Serum because it works wonder to erase dark spots and protect against free radicals. I also highly recommend their Vitamin A Serum to fight wrinkles and fine lines while firming skin. Go to Mad Hippie to shop the collection.

 

2XU Mid-Rise Compression Tights

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$109.95

2XU’s Mid-rise Compression Tights are one of my must-have, fitness faves. I should stop paying rent because I pretty much live in them full time. Clearly, I was excited when I saw that I could purchase a special pink-detailed pair this month and 5% of the proceeds would donated to the Edith Sanford Breast Cancer Foundation. All the more reason for my 2XU love fest!

Engineered with graduated compression, these tights are breathable and lightweight but powerful enough to support all the major leg muscles. They can be worn on their own or as a base layer for any activity or post exercise recovery. They’re also great for watching Netflix, running errands, walking the dog, or wearing to work while pretending you have a fitness class later. Yeah, I live in these. I was not kidding. Head to 2XU to grab a pair and make sure to check out their breast cancer awareness compression sleeves and socks too!

 

 

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