It's time to think pink again as Breast Cancer Awareness Month returns with a tempting line-up of beauty products that not only help you look good, but raise funds for worthy charities too.
You can show your support by picking up limited-edition pink products throughout October. Here are seven of the best BCA buys...
1. Estee Lauder Limited-Edition Pink Advanced Night Repair Synchronized Multi-Recovery Complex with pink ribbon bracelet, £82
Beloved of beauty buffs everywhere, who know it simply as ANR, this serum has recently been reformulated, giving it even more youth-preserving potency. Packed with ingredients that promote firmness, hydration and radiance, the limited edition bottle also comes with a pink ribbon bracelet, with 20% of the purchase price going to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF), not just in October, but until June 2021.
2. GHD Helios professional hair dryer in powder pink, £159
In need of a new hairdryer? GHD's latest high-tech offering, the Helios, delivers a sleek, salon-worthy blow-dry, but is designed to be quieter and lighter than regular dryers. For every sale of the new powder pink edition, £10 will go to Breast Cancer Now.
3. Elemis Pro-Collagen Marine Cream limited edition supersize, £115
When it comes to moisturisers, it doesn't get much more iconic than Elemis Pro-Collagen Marine Cream. For every bright pink extra-large pot of the algae-powered day cream sold, £10 will be donated to Breast Cancer Now.
4. Bobbi Brown Powerful Pinks luxe matte lip color duo, £38
Update your make-up wardrobe for the new season with this dynamic duo of matte lipsticks in two universally flattering shades, Boss Pink and Razzberry. For every pair sold, the full RRP (minus VAT) will go to BCRF, from now until the end of June next year.
5. Jo Malone London Peony & Blush Suede cologne, £100
One of Jo Malone's best-loved scents, Peony & Blush Suede is a fruity floral symphony that combines notes of crisp red apple, delicate peony and soft suede. Throughout October, for every 100ml bottle sold, £20 will go to BCRF.
6. Philip Kingsley No Scent No Colour shampoo and No Scent No Colour conditioner, £20 each
Philip Kingsley's No Scent No Colour range was designed by the famed hairdresser for his wife to use when she was battling breast cancer. Part of an ongoing charity initiative, 50p from every regular-sized bottle of either shampoo or conditioner sold, is donated to cancer charity Look Good Feel Better.
7. Origins Blooming Sheer lip balm in pink blossom and Blooming Shine nourishing lip glaze in rose blush, £36
Get glossy, gorgeously smooth lips with Origins' Blooming Lip Duo, which brings together a sheer pink balm and high-shine gloss, with 100% of proceeds going to BCRF.