5 Pink Products Dedicated to Raising Breast Cancer Awareness


October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and in its honor we're spotlighting a few professional beauty brands that have joined the crusade, offering limited-edition products that are specifically created to benefit breast cancer research and support education and awareness. Stock your shelves with these five products and save the ta-ta's! 

Olivia Garden Limited-Edition Brushes 

This year, Olivia Garden's annual limited-edition brush collection is a stunning pink and rose gold design in the NanoThermic Ceramic + Ion Thermal Brush range. The brand is donating a portion of the net profit to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The limited-edition collection is available starting in October. 

Aveda Limited-Edition Hand Relief 

$5 from each purchase supports cruelty-free breast cancer research through the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.


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Puff.ME by Design.ME 

During the month of October, $1 from ALL Puff.ME sales will be donated to independent charities. 

Paul Mitchell Stargazer Collection

Paul Mitchell's Stargazer Collection directly benefits Bright Pink, a national women's health organization on a mission to save women's lives from breast and ovarian cancer. Since 2014, Paul Mitchell has partnered with Bright Pink to educate its professionals, customers and students on their breast and ovarian health. To date, Paul Mitchell has raised over $300,000 to fuel Bright Pink's mission. 

ghd x Lulu Guinness BCA Collection

Featuring ghd’s Gold Styler in an adorable lip print designed by Lulu Guinness and a matching pink accented ghd Air, the limited-edition collection celebrates ghd’s annual commitment to ending breast cancer. For each ghd x Lulu Guinness purchase made at Ulta, a donation of $5 will be made to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.