8 brands you can shop to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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Woman in pink sweater with pink ribbon supporting breast cancer awareness campaign. Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Learn how you can support Breast Cancer Awareness month. Credit: Getty Images

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. To support the cause, lots of Aussie businesses are donating money to the cause, or creating limited edition products to boost funds and awareness. 

Here are just a few of the brands who are turning pink this month to support breast cancer awareness:

GHD

ghd have supported breast cancer charities for the past 17 years, and raised over $20 million for breast cancer charities globally. Now you can buy from their limited edition pink collection, and know that $20 from every purchase goes to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Choose from the limited edition hair dryer in rose pink, $305, or the ghd gold hair straightener in rose pink, $305.

limited edition hair dryer in rose pink, $305,
GHD gold hair straightener in rose pink, $305.

Estée Lauder

Estee Lauder's daughter-in-law Evelyn H Lauder created the iconic breast cancer pink ribbon, so the brand is heavily entwined with the cause. Because of this, they alway support Breast Cancer Awareness month and this year is no different; you can buy a limited-edition hot pink bottle of their iconic serum, Advanced Night Repair. It comes with a collectible keychain too, to show your support for breast cancer awareness. It's $150.

Estee Lauder Advanced Night Repair with a collectible keychain, $150.

JBL

JBL has partnered with the National Breast Cancer foundation to offer these Tune 500BT wireless headphones, $69.95, with a portion of sales going towards the charity. The give great sound, are bluetooth enabled, and super comfy. They can connect to Siri or Google without using your mobile too. 

Tune 500BT wireless headphones, $69.95

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Mizuno

This running shoe is designed to acknowledge the stories of those who've had breast cancer, as well as researchers who work at the National Breast Cancer Fund to try and find a cure for the disease. Buy these limited edition PROJECT ZERO Wave Rider Waveknit shoes, $199.95, and $20 from your purchase will go towards the NBCF. The shoes are named Project Zero as an acknowledgement of the NBCF's goal of zero deaths from breast cancer by 2030.

limited edition PROJECT ZERO Wave Rider Waveknit shoes, $199.95,

Sussan

Sussan has worked with the Breast Cancer Network Australia since 2005 and has raised more than $2.5 million through donations from BCNA product sales in-store. This year, you can buy the BCNA magnetic fridge notepad, $17.95, which features the artwork of Aussie illustrator, Meredith Gaston. 

BCNA magnetic fridge notepad, $17.95

Aveda

Every year during breast cancer month, Aveda releases a limited-edition of their best selling Hand Relief™ cream, $38. This year, $5 from every tube purchased will go to research at the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. 

Aveda Hand Relief™ cream, $38.

Clinique

Throughout October 2021, Clinique will donate $10 from every purchase of its Limited-Edition Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion+, $70, to the National Breast Cancer Foundation. The pink bottle has a limited edition keychain, too. 

Clinique Limited-Edition Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion+, $70

La Mer

La Mer will donate 20% from every sale of its Breast Cancer Campaign Cleansing Micellar Water, $75, to the National Breast Cancer Foundation to fund breast cancer research. This is a lovely light, fresh, sea-inspired cleanser that sweeps away dirt and emulsifies makeup in one step - all while contributing to the greater good. 

Breast Cancer Campaign Cleansing Micellar Water, $75

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