Beauty products already make you feel good. But what's even better is when they support an amazing cause. Over at Byrdie, we love October because beauty brands show so much love to breast cancer awareness. It's a topic that's close to my heart—my mother is a strong breast cancer survivor, and I'm always looking for ways to stand behind the strong and beautiful community of survivors.
You'll feel good about splurging on these quality products that'll help you feel like your best self and give back. Sounds like a win-win to me. Click through for the best breast cancer awareness products to support this month.
Every one of these creamy, matte liquid lipsticks are being sold for 40% off (such a steal!). Even better, 40% of the proceeds are being donated to an organization for women with breast cancer.
You'll feel good about glowing with these stunning face and body illuminators. Every limited-edition highlighter bought donates 30% of sales to the Susan G. Komen breast cancer foundation.
For the past 11 years, Shiseido has partnered with the Cosmetic Executive Women organization to donate $5 of every lipstick sold to breast cancer.
IT Cosmetics is dedicated to helping women approach the appearance-related side effects of breast cancer with confidence. Take this sparkly foundation brush for example—$1 from every brush sold will be donated to cancer organizations.
Côte came up with a nail set of three gorgeous hues of pink. Each set sold will donate a portion to the Breast Cancer Research Fund.
Elemis decided to turn its best-selling moisturizer into a limited-edition pink bottle to remind customers that they should be checking their breasts as often as they're applying their daily moisturizer. The brand is committed to donating $30,000 of sales to breast cancer this year.
Conair is working with the Breast Cancer Research Foundation to raise over $110,000 for breast cancer awareness—every reason you should snag this hot tool to curl your hair to perfection and support an amazing cause.
Who doesn't need bath salts? These soothing salts are donating 15% of sales to the Young Survival Coalition, which supports and educates women on breast cancer.
You can blend for a cause during the month of October because 50% of all BeautyBlender sales will be donated to breast cancer awareness.
Over the years, Avon has contributed over $800 million to breast cancer awareness, and 20% of the proceeds of this matte lipstick shade in Pure Pink, which also comes with this cute pouch, will be donated to breast cancer.
Enhancing the growth and shine factor of your brows and lashes for a good cause is the ultimate win-win. RevitalLast founder, Michael Brinkenhoff, MD, knows about the struggle firsthand: His wife, Gayle, won a fight against breast cancer, which inspired the brand to show support by contributing a percentage of products sold to women living with cancer.
Dermaflash is contributing 5% of the proceeds from its light pink device, which removes dead skin cells and hair, to the Lynn Sage Foundation, an organization dedicated to women with breast cancer.
You might as well press "add to cart" right now because 100% of this cleansing cloth's proceeds are donated to breast cancer awareness. Its perfect for exfoliating and removing makeup all by itself (no cleanser is necessary).
CV Skinlabs curated the perfect gift for a loved one who underwent cancer. This gift box has a book, a guided mediation, and high-quality skincare products for those suffering from cancer treatments. Ten percent of the proceeds will be donated to breast cancer.
C.O. Bigelow is taking its support for breast cancer a step further. All year long the brand donates 10% of this candle's proceeds to Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
If you buy one of these natural, vegan lash and brow enhancing serums, the brand will donate $5 to the Cancer Couch Foundation during the month of October.
What makes this cutie Kabuki brush even better is that it's for a good cause: 20 percent of the proceeds support breast cancer and ovarian health programs.