Think pink: products that give back
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- Previous Next2 of 13Courtesy of Mama Mio
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Mama Mio has partnered with popular NYC bakery Butter Lane, and they're giving us a good excuse to indulge. During October, the skincare line is donating $1 for every B-Cup(cake) sold to Look Good Feel Better, an organization that helps women cope with the effects of cancer.
ORDER NOW: B-Cup(cakes), $48 for 12 (shipping available nationwide)
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Here's proof that good things really do come in small packages: All month, e.l.f. Cosmetics is donating 100 percent of profits from the sales of these two-top selling glosses to The Breast Cancer Research Fund. Pucker up!
SHOP NOW: Glitter Gloss in Twinkly Pink and Glossy Gloss in Wild Watermelon, $3 each
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Acure Organics' new shampoos and conditioners take hair care to a whole new level. Founded by Kristy Guerra, who lost her grandmother to breast cancer, the line donates $1 for every bottle sold to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. And this month, Acure's exclusive retailer, Spirit Beauty Lounge, is matching the donation, upping the stakes to $2 for every bottle sold.
SHOP NOW: Acure Organics hair care, $11
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For the month of October, Dalla Nonna is giving back, with 50 percent of the purchase price on sales of this peony bracelet (along with three others) going to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. This sterling silver charm, accented with three white sapphires, is the perfect gift for someone special—yourself included!
SHOP NOW: Dalla Nona bracelet, $215
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If you could use an all-natural under-eye cream that firms, reduces puffiness and lightens dark circles and you like the idea of giving going to a good cause, then look no further. During October, skincare provider Suki is giving 100 percent of the proceeds from the sale of its Renewal Cream to "pinkwashing" watchdog group Breast Cancer Action.
SHOP NOW: Suki Eye Lift Cellular Renewal Cream, $55
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Make a bold statement with this sparkly necklace from Ann Taylor. The hot-ticket item is selling fast, with 70 percent of proceeds going to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
SHOP NOW: Ann Cares Necklace, $58
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Soap & Glory (a new line from Bliss founder Marcia Kilgore) is donating $1 for every tub of body butter sold to breast cancer research this month. Ideal for dry winter months, the ultra-hydrating moisturizer is highly addictive, so stock up now!
SHOP NOW: The Righteous Butter Body Butter, $18
A Magic Touch9 of 13
A favorite of celebs like Natalie Portman and Scarlett Johansson, Arcona is giving 25 percent of the proceeds from the sale of this "magical" moisturizing gel to Cancer and Careers. The limited-edition version of Arcona's best-selling Magic White Ice is lightweight and antibacterial, helping to clarify skin.
SHOP NOW: Arcona Magic Pink Ice, $38
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Diptyque is donating 20 percent of proceeds from the sale of its Mini Pink Roses candle to the Pink Agenda, an organization committed to raising money for breast cancer care, research and awareness.
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This month, the aromatherapy experts at 21 Drops are donating 30 percent of proceeds from the online sales of Strength to The Healing Garden, an organization that offers mind-body medicine and education to women with breast cancer. Dab on some Strength (a blend of cedarwood, rosemary and rose flower) to feel more empowered in a whiff.
SHOP NOW: 21 Drops Strength, $29
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Intensely hydrating? Check. Non-greasy? Check. Priced right? Yep. Free shipping? You bet. What's more, Murad is donating 10 percent from sales of this limited-edition duo of moisturizers to City of Hope, a Comprehensive Cancer Center specializing in treatment, research and education.
SHOP NOW: Murad Hydro-Dynamic Ultimate Moisturizer Duo, $85
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Through the end of the month, you can stop by participating salons and donate $10 to Pink Hair for Hope, with $7 going to breast cancer research. In return, you get a 100 percent natural pink hair extension from She by SO.CAP.USA. Clip in the edgy extensions for a special occasion. (After all, Halloween is just around the corner!)
LEARN MORE: Pink Hair for Hope
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