Breast Cancer Awareness month begins on the 1st of October and ends on the 31st, we have gathered some products to help you keep the message going.
There are so many charities working towards prevention, diagnosis and treatment and here’s how you can help. Many of the charities have created and collaborated with brands to create collections and products in support of breast cancer charities.
Misguided recently created a capsule collection with CoppaFeel charity which is perfect for winter, it is an 8 piece collection which features hoodies, sweaters and t-shirts in lilac, white, black and pink. The prices range from £15 – £30 and all profits go to the CoppaFeel charity.
CoppaFeel are a charity formed in 2009 by two sisters with a sole aim to educate young people about the importance of checking your breasts on a regular basis for abnormalities. If t-shirts with breasts on them aren’t really your thing then maybe you’ll prefer Aveda’s “Hand Relief” moisturising cream. The cream, which can be bought in Debenhams in The Bridges costs £23 with £5 of the profits going to the aim of £325,000 in support of breast cancer treatment.
Accessorise have also created a small collection with CoppaFeel including drawstring bags, wash bags, jewellery and key-rings. The brand will be donating £20,000 from the profits of their charity products which are available online. Their ‘pearly pair’ necklace is a perfect addition to any outfit.
We all love getting comfy and throwing on a pair of pyjamas so why not chose some that are for a good cause? M&S have teamed up with BreastCancerNow and brought us some amazing cotton pyjamas which are perfect for the upcoming winter months. There is a wide range of different styles to suit everyone from traditional style pyjamas, nightdresses, sweaters to short sets. With each purchase from this collection, 25% of the profits are donated to BreastCancerNow.
Breast Cancer Now and Breast Cancer Care teamed up in 2019 to form BreastCancerNow.