A shocking one in seven women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime. Each year, around 55,000 women are diagnosed with breast cancer in the UK alone. 30 years ago Mrs Evelyn Lauder, of Estée Lauder, co-created the iconic pink ribbon and launched the Breast Cancer Campaign with a mission to create a breast cancer-free world. Although we have a long, long way to go in eradicating this cancer, through vital research and education as well as raising funds for prevention programmes, support, and medical services for breast cancer communities and beyond, we can make a difference together to #TimeToEndBreastCancer.

Here are 10 beauty brands donating substantial funds for every purchase of these limited-edition products. Being charitable never looked so good!


Bobbi Brown Proud To Be Pink Crushed Oil-Infused Gloss Duo, £32

High-shine, flattering lip glosses with subtle shimmery speckles wrapped up in exclusive power-pink packaging. Great shades for your everyday look.
Charity proceeds: 100%

Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Multi Recovery Complex, £86

This beauty editor favourite serum transforms and repairs your skin while you sleep. The incredible results speak for themselves. Plus, this limited-edition bottle will look super cute on your bathroom shelf.
Charity proceeds: 25%

Crème da la Mer The Moisturising Cream, £78

A moisturiser that needs no introduction, make space for this cult product in your winter skincare arsenal. Ultra-rich, ultra-luxe and ultra-repairing.
Charity proceeds: 50%

Jo Malone London Peony & Blush Suede Cologne, £110

A timeless soft sensual floral scent with added bite. Topped off with a limited-edition sheeny pink cap. Feminine, elegant, and sweet on the senses.
Charity proceeds: £20 of the purchase price.

Clinique Limited-Edition Moisture Surge Auto-Replenishing Hydrator, £40

An oil-free gel cream that’s been proven to hydrate skin for 100 hours plus. It’s no wonder it’s the brand’s best-seller.
Charity proceeds: 25%

Trinny London Lip2Cheek in Sherin, £26

This creamy multi-tasker will freshen up cheeks and stain lips in an instant. No brushes required!
PS – throughout October, Trinny London will be offering 1:1 virtual appointments to those receiving cancer treatment, with the aim of sharing the best products, tips and tricks as their skin adapts to treatment. These will take place with a Trinny London Pro Makeup Artist who have been specially trained by Breast Cancer Now.
Charity proceeds: 10%

Elemis Pro-Collagen Rose Facial Oil, £67

Infused with a cocktail of English rose, rosehip oil, sweet almond, jojoba to name a few, this best-selling anti-ageing facial oil calms, while smoothing out fine lines and smells incredible.
Charity proceeds: £10 from every purchase.

Skinny Tan Self-Tanning Mousse, £24.99

Give pasty limbs a treat in winter, with this no streak tanning foam that develops within six-eight hours and glides onto skin, while the tropical scent transports us to sunnier climes. Plus, we adore this limited-edition bottle adorned with breasts of all shapes and sizes.
Charity proceeds: £1 from every bottle sold.

ghd Pink Limited Edition Collection, from £159

The iconic styling brand have produced three straighteners and a hot brush in a special standout range, all designed in the same limited edition vibrant pink orchid colour to add even more appeal to at-home styling.
Charity proceeds: £250,000 donation.

Beautyblender Limited Edition Rosie, £17

This award-winning makeup sponge will effortlessly blend your base (and other liquid-based makeup) seamlessly giving you an air-brushed finish every time. This brand-new pink shade named Rosie has been created specifically to support Breast Cancer Awareness.
Charity proceeds: £1 from every sponge sold.

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