Beauty labels create special editions for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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For the international health campaign taking place all through October, the world's leading beauty brands have come out with products to support the cause of breast cancer awareness.


Jo Malone's North American sales of her Red Roses cologne and bath oil will benefit the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.


OPI has released its third Pink of Hearts limited edition of nail polish ($9 on, the proceeds of which will go to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure Foundation and Rethink Breast Cancer.

Cheeks and eyes

Even though Estée Lauder's Prescriptives brand will cease operations at the beginning of next year, it has come out with one last 'pink product' for Breast Cancer Awareness Month: the Pink Ribbon Palette for cheeks and eyes has gone on sale for $49.

Shiseido donates $5 per every Luminizing Satin Eye Color in Peony sold ($25) to Cancer and Careers, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting working women living with cancer.


Together with the Entertainment Industry Foundation, 10 percent of each of Revlon's Super Lustrous Lip Glosses in Pink Pursuit will benefit breast cancer research.

Also, Bobbi Brown sells a Pink Ribbon Collection of exclusive shades of lipstick and lip balm during October ($40 for a set of two), and shoppers will benefit from free shipping if they support the cause.

The most glamorous of the bunch should be Estée Lauder's Pink Ribbon Lip Sets, which were created in collaboration with Hollywood actress Elizabeth Hurley and contain a lipstick, gloss and pencil for $22.


Clinique's limited edition of its Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion is adorned with a pink bracelet and two charms: a 'C' for Clinique and the Breast Cancer Awareness ribbon. $10 per lotion sold during this month will go to cancer research.


The Ghd Pink Limited Edition Gift Set, including a pink hair straightener with matching hair brush, clips and beauty bag, benefits the Young Survival Coalition, which is dedicated to supporting women under 40 with breast cancer.

Finally, Procter & Gamble will make a donation to the National Breast Cancer Foundation and Susan G. Komen for the Cure as part of its Pink Ribbon edition of the Venus Embrace ladies' shaver.