October Breast Cancer Awareness Beauty Launches

It’s not just the Estee Lauder Companies that campaign and raise money and awareness for breast cancer charties in the beauty world.

GHD annually launch limited edition pink versions of many of their tools, and have so far raised  £9 million for breast cancer charities across the globe and this year they want to increase that number to £10 million. GHD make a donation from every electric pink styling tool you buy to Breast Cancer Now.
Choose the Limited Edition GHD Platinum Electric Pink Styler and Roll Bag, £165 – £10 is donated from price –  or the Limited Edition GHD V Electric Pink Styler and Roll Bag (£135, £10 donated), or the Limited Edition GHD Air Electric Pink Hairdryer and Dust Bag (£99, £10 donated). Or just a simple Limited Edition GHD Electric Pink Hair Pin Bag for £5, £1 of which is donated.


As well as the products, GHD have partnered with wome who have been thrugh breast cancer, along with the biggest names in the fashion and beauty indistry, and Specialist Breast Cancer Nurse Denise Flett to create an online resource for women who have lost their hair through chemotherapy. Find it at ghdhair.com/pink

Paul Mitchell UK is once again supporting breast cancer awareness charity CoppaFeel! CoppaFeel! was the first breast cancer charity in the UK to create awareness amongst young people, with the aim of instilling a new healthy (boob checking) habit that could one day save their life.

This year, the brand have pledged  £5,000 to support their Uni Boob Team text reminder campaign to remind students on campus to check their boobs with a free monthly text, giving any student sign-ups the chance to win over £500 worth of Paul Mitchell products! Not only that but they will be working with the CoppaFeel! Uni Boob Team who raise awareness and educate students in 80 campuses across the country about the importance of looking after their boobs.
Visit the CoppaFeel! website for more information about the great work they do and sign-up for your own boob reminder!


The Paul Mitchell products are as fab as ever. There’s the Limited Edition United in Pink Blow Out Cancer Gift Set (£42), which contains Extra-Body Daily Shampoo® 300ml, Extra-Body Daily Rinse® 300ml and Thicken Up® 200ml. Plus you get a FREE Pink Out Loud! 413 Sculpting Brush! All beautifully packaged in a Limited Edition reusable bag.


You can buy the Pink Out Loud! 413 Sculpting Brush for £7.50 – it’s fabulous for detangling wet or dry, and for styling. Or there’s the United in Pink 427 Paddle Brush (£12.50) which helps build body whilst blowdrying, and provides a smooth finish.  Finally, there’s the United in Pink Super Skinny® Serum 150ml (£19.50) which smoothes, conditions and seals stands, leaving hair silky, shiny and frizz-free in any weather.

There are loads of products out there released to help raise money for breast cancer. I can’t show them all, obviously, but here are a couple more.

Avon’s Nailwear Pro + in Viva Pink is a special price of £3 in October, and £2 of that is donated to Breast Cancer Now. Jane Iredale Lemongrass Love Hydration Spray is a lovely, hydrating, nourishing product that’s an instant pick-me-up., and follows on from last year’s success of their Smell The Roses spray. This is the sixth year Jane Iredale have partnered with Against Breast Cancer.

Our hydration sprays are such a hero product of ours, it’s great following the success of Smell the Roses to launch another spritz to help raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness,” said Danielle Bookatz, Jane Iredale Brand Manager “Lemongrass Love has such a gorgeous refreshing and uplifting scent all women can benefit from it as well as show their support!” The sprays is £23 and a percentage of the price is donated.