October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Although, you may not have breast cancer you may have a family member or loved one who has it or may have been affected by it. Breast Cancer is very serious in our society today and we would like to be able to inform our readers of different ways they may be able to help research towards finding a cure! Here are some items you may like or even LOVE that will make you smile while also helping Breast Cancer Research!
In support of curing Breast Cancer, Nine West and its Runway Relief campaign have created a line that gives back to the CFDA’s Fashion Targets Breast Cancer. The Nine West tank, messenger bag, and knee-high boots are stylish while also supporting breast cancer research. 100 PERCENT of the proceeds from the collection will benefit the cause!!
Get these limited edition fuchsia pink Hunter rain boots for those rainy days. A percentage of the purchase price will benefit breast cancer research.
Show that you are helping the fight while curling your hair with Sultra’s Bombshell Pink Curling Iron. Sultra will donate $1 to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation to help find the cure for every curling iron sold.
Betsey Johnson’s annual breast cancer awareness products switched to sweaters, studs, socks, scarves and so much more this year. 100 PERCENT of the profit from the Betsey Johnson Breast Cancer Research line will be directed towards finding a cure.
Philosophy hope in jar facial moisturizer now has a limited edition sparkling pink package to show its hope a cure will be found. Five dollars from every purchase of hope in a jar will go directly to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. You can also help out with the shower for the cure shower gel. One hundred percent of these profits go to the Women’s Cancer Research Fund.
OPI designed a limited edition Shatter nail polish, named Pink of Hearts, to help raise awareness for breast cancer. Each Pink of Hearts bottle has a pink ribbon tag and pink cap wrap to call attention to the cause. Each year OPI makes a donation of $25,000 to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation.