Posted on October 02 2018
Here’s your October wishlist – and to mark the month of Breast Cancer Awareness, we’re splashing our cash on brands who are giving back to this great cause this month, us included!
A conscious cleanse
Elemis is supporting Breast Cancer Care for the 18th year running, and this year it’s donating a generous £25,000 gift, irrespective of how many sales they make of this beautiful Lily and Lionel designed Pro-Collagen Rose Cleansing Balm – the most luxurious and hydrating cleanser you’ll ever use!
Pro-Collagen Rose Cleansing Balm, 200ml, £68, Elemis.com
Try tie dye
We’re super excited to announce, that this year when you buy our new Vitality Set – the Vitality Crop Top or Vitality Leggings, we’ll donate 20% of our sales to Breast Cancer Care – and by using code MYVITALITY20 (just set up an account and use this code at checkout), we’ll give you 20% off the sale too. Win-win for everyone!
Vitality Crop Top, £40 and Vitality Leggings, £52, both Ilufitwear.com
Step to it
Walk to boost your health and show your support for people affected by breast cancer with the Skechers GOwalk Evolution Ultra – Hope. These stylish shoes feature lightweight, responsive ULTRA GO™ cushioning and high-rebound ULTRA PILLARS™ for the ultimate walk. Their Air Cooled Goga Mat™ insole system provides an added layer of comfort, too.
£5 per shoe goes to Breast Cancer Care, available from skechers.com.
Kink-free hair be gone
We’re big fans of Invisibobble’s hair ties – ensuring our workout hair do doesn’t leave us with kinks and pulls in our barnet. So what better excuse to replace all the ones we’ve lost recently than buying its Slim Breast Cancer Awareness Hair Ties. Invisibobble will donate 25 per cent of its earnings from these sales to a breast cancer charity voted for by Invisibobble fans.
£5.99 for 3, ocado.com
Soothe autumn skin
Chapped skin season is coming but our fave hand cream is here to rescue you! Aveda’s cult buy, Hand Relief, is one of the most nourishing and luxurious hand creams around and for every one sold in the UK, Aveda will donate $5. Since 2001, Aveda has donated more than $4.2 million to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and its aim this year is to raise $325,000 globally.
Aveda Limited Edition Hand Relief Moisturizing Hand Crème, £23 for 150ml, aveda.co.uk
Hydrate post-summer thirsty skin with this cult beauty buy: Clinique’s Dramatically Different. Not only does it boost hydration but it also helps to strengthen the skin, so moisture stays locked in. For every limited-edition bottle of Dramatically Different sold in the UK, £2 will go towards the Estée Lauder Companies Breast Cancer Campaign. The BCA Campaign was set up in 1992 alongside the Pink Ribbon – the universal symbol for breast cancer awareness – and has so far raised more than $76 million globally to support research, education and medical services.
Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion: £38 for 200ml, clinique.com
More than just hot air!
Treat your locks to ghd AIR by Lulu Guinness and ghd will donate £10 from every sale of AIR by Lulu Guinness to Breast Cancer Now. This clever ionic hair dryer creates a pro finish in record time and reduces damage to your ‘do. Over the past 14 years, ghd has raised more than £10 million for breast cancer charities.
ghd AIR by Lulu Guinness, £99, ghdhair.com
Roses are red…
Jo Malone Red Roses Cologne is deliciously spring-like and will see you through the winter days to come. Blending seven of the world’s most beautiful roses with crushed violet leaves and a touch of lemon, it creates a long-lasting scent perfect for lifting gloomy days. Jo Malone London will be donate £20 from each sale of the 100ml bottle of Red Roses to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
£94 for 100ml, jomalone.co.uk
Finished shopping? Why not curl up with a cuppa and find out this one change can improve your health and wellbeing.