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Get involved with Breast Cancer Awareness Month with these top picks

Get involved with Breast Cancer Awareness Month with these top picks

Breast Cancer Awareness Month is in full swing and getting involved couldn’t be easier. With a wealth of products you’ll love, the month is bigger than ever before. And we’re here to help you support this amazing cause with our product hit list. So, what are you waiting for? From gym kit to make-up to jewellery, here are the Breast Cancer Awareness Month products on our shopping list.

Philip Kingsley No Scent No Colour Shampoo and Conditioner

Philip Kingsley has created a range of haircare for women who are undergoing treatment for cancer,  inspired by his own wife’s experience. His No Scent No Colour Shampoo and Conditioner are fragrance, colour, paraben and SLS-free, ensuring they’re gentle enough to use on the scalp. Plus, a percentage of the profits from each bottle sold is also donated to Look Good Feel Better, a charity dedicated to improving the wellbeing and self-confidence of people undergoing treatment for cancer.

From £18.50, philipkingsley.co.uk

ZENii Hope Essential Oil Candle

Skincare experts ZENii have created a special edition pink candle in aid of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The geranium and orange scented aromatherapy candle, named Hope, is designed for relaxation, de-stressing and unwinding the mind. Furthermore, ZENii candles are made from natural plant wax, infused with ethically sourced essential oils, hand-poured in the UK, and made with recycled glass and cotton wicks. And the profits from the sale of these candles go to pioneering charity Cancer Research.

£30, zenii.co.uk

Bobbi Brown Pink Peony Illuminating Bronzing Powder Set

Regular supporters of the Estée Lauder Breast Cancer Campaigns, Bobbi Brown, are releasing a limited-edition pink Bronzing Powder Set. The set includes a rosy pink, ultra-soft pressed powder and a Mini Face Blender Brush, to help you create a shimmering, sun-kissed glow in seconds. The best bit? Twenty per cent of every sale in the UK will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF).

£35, bobbibrown.co.uk

Guess Sparkling Pink 2017 Watch

Guess watches have released new watch ‘Sparkling Pink’ to celebrate their four-year partnership with breast health awareness organisation Get In Touch Foundation. The watch features a soft pink dial with a subtle pink ribbon, a smooth pink leather strap and a polished rose gold case with crystals. In addition, 25 per cent of the proceeds will go directly to the Get In Touch Foundation, which provides free breast health education to women around the world.

£129, watchshop.com

TRX Pink Home Suspension Trainer

Fit kit royalty, TRX, is showing its support for the cause by exchanging its trademark yellow and black for a distinctive pink and black colour scheme. Complete with suspension trainer, suspension anchor, mesh carry bag, door placard, app and ‘getting started’ guide, the set is the perfect addition to your at-home training set-up. And, as TRX donate 10 per cent of the proceeds from sales to Breast Cancer Research, you’ll be doing your bit for charity, too.

£149, fitdist.com

Squirrel Mangosteen Lattes

Pop into healthy hangout Squirrel this October and tuck into a latte to contribute to their breast cancer awareness initiative. The healthy food shop will be raising money throughout the month by donating 10 per cent of the proceeds from their pink Mangosteen lattes to Breast Cancer Care. And, you won’t just be doing something good for charity. Mangosteen is a superfood from the tropical evergreen tree which is rich in antioxidants and free from additives, so you’ll be doing your bod a favour, too.

£3.50, wearesquirrel.com

Limited Edition Pink Dishmatic

Showing your support for breast cancer awareness needn’t be difficult. In fact, it can be as easy as doing the washing up. EasyDo Products Ltd, manufacturers of Dishmatic – the dispensable and refillable washing up tools – have collaborated with Against Breast Cancer to produce this limited edition pink Dishmatic. Not only will the tool brighten up your sink, the company will also donate £10,000 to Against Breast Cancer.

£1.50, available in Asda, Co-op, Morrisons, Sainsburys, Tesco, Waitrose and Wilko

Sif Jakobs Jewellery Pink Ribbon with Pink Zirconia Earrings

Wear your Breast Cancer Awareness month support with pride with these Sif Jakobs Jewellery Pink Ribbon Earrings. Made from 925 Sterling silver with rhodium and adorned with pink zirconia studs, these gorgeous earrings are a statement piece. The jeweller is also donating 20 per cent of the price to the fight against breast cancer. Win, win.

£93, sifjakobs.com

Anita Care and NHBCH Journal

Hereditary breast cancer is responsible for up to 10 per cent of breast cancers, yet awareness remains low. So, Anita Care, designers of post-surgical lingerie and swimwear, have teamed up with the National Hereditary Breast Cancer Helpline to try to boost awareness. As part of the initiative, they’ve created a photo journal featuring the stories of women who have all had risk-reducing breast surgery. The journal is designed to showcase the determination and strength these women have shown by having preventative surgery.

£9.99, eloise.co.uk

Waitrose Jucco Bag designed by Emma Bridgewater

The new 2017 Waitrose Bag, in support of Breast Cancer Haven, will be stocked in selected Waitrose stores nationwide from 17 July, so it’s time to up the style stakes with this stylish green and purple bag designed by popular artist Emma Bridgewater. Fifty pence from each bag sold will be donated to Breast Cancer Haven, a charity that supports women through breast cancer treatment.

£6.50 (including postage), breastcancerhaven.org.uk

Want more ways to make a change? Check out the SmearForSmear Campaign or Pretty Muddy for Cancer Research UK.