Shop for the Cure: 9 Products and Brands That Contribute to Breast Cancer Research

Shop for the Cure: 9 Products and Brands That Contribute to Breast Cancer Research

When you manage to find products that allow you to contribute to a good cause, it can totally transform the nature of your purchasing power.


In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, here’s our shortlist of the best guilt-free purchases in support of breast cancer research.

Clinique “Pink with a Purpose” Long Last Lipstick


A woman’s makeup arsenal is never complete without the perfect pink lipstick, and thankfully Clinique has it covered. Purchase this limited-edition Long Last Lipstick with a mini-cosmetics bag to tuck away your makeup essentials on the go, and $3 of your purchase will go to the Breast Cancer Research Fund (BCRF).

Cuisinart 12-Cup Programmable Coffeemaker


There’s nothing like a fresh brew to start your day, and with this chic coffeemaker from Cuisinart, coffee is all the more satisfying. Cuisinart has pledged to donate $32,000 to breast cancer research annually, regardless of sales – a commitment definitely worth supporting. And of course, getting some good java in the process doesn’t hurt!

Everlast Pro Style Elite Training Gloves


Contribute to the cause, and work up a sweat doing it. Thanks to their durability, functionality, and breathability, Everlast Pro Style Elite Training Gloves lets you punch it out in style and comfort. And with every purchase, Everlast donates $1 to BCRF.

Edward Marc Choclatier Pink Nonpareils for the Cure


Benefitting a great cause never tasted so sweet! Support breast cancer research and satisfy your sweet tooth all at the same time with Edward Marc Chocolatier’s signature dark chocolate Pink Nonpareils for the Cure. 20% of every purchase made goes to Susan G. Komen.

EOS 3-Piece Breast Cancer Awareness Pack


Moisturize and support breast cancer research simultaneously. EOS’s 3-piece BCA pack includes their Strawberry Sorbet Smooth Stick Lip Balm, Pomegranate Raspberry Smooth Sphere Lip Balm, and Berry Blossom Hand Lotion. The best part: 100% of the sales go to Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

Estée Lauder Modern Muse Solid Perfume Compact


Confident, independent, inspiring – these are the words used to describe the scent of Estée Lauder’s Modern Muse perfume, but they seem quite fitting in describing the strength of breast cancer patients and survivors, as well. Pamper yourself with a purpose with this limited-edition fragrance, for which 100% of the profits go to BCRF.

Conair Pink Infiniti Pro Curl Secret


Who would have thought that the secret to perfect curls and the secret to support breast cancer research were the same? When you purchase Conair’s Pink Infiniti Pro Curl Secret, you get a tool for creating gorgeous curls and you also get to support a company with an incredible pledge of $110,000 to the Breast Cancer Research Fund.

LVX “Lolli” Nail Polish


Don’t just strive for nails that look good; strive for nails that do good. LVX polish is long-lasting, chip-resistant, and has a super shiny finish for a flawless manicure that can last for days on end. And when you purchase LVX’s most popular shade, Lolli, your dreamy pink nails will be the ultimate do-gooders, with 100% of the proceeds from your purchase going to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.

Lab Series Skincare for Men PRO LS All-in-One Face Treatment


The inspirational motto “fight like a girl” describes the strength of those fighting breast cancer, but supporting the cause doesn’t mean you have to shop like a girl. Men are just as important to finding a cure, and Lab Series Skincare for Men’s PRO LS All-in-One Face Treatment is a product that allows men to soothe, moisturize, and repair their skin while supporting breast cancer research. For every purchase, $5 will be donated to BCRF.


What are some of your favorite products that support breast cancer research? Share with us below or tweet me @tamarahoumi

Tamara Rahoumi

Tamara Rahoumi is a third-culture kid of Egyptian descent who was born and raised in New Jersey. She loves experiencing new things, and is in a constant state of wanderlust. She has spent a year studying in Switzerland and another teaching in Albania. Tamara graduated from Rutgers University, where she studied political science and cultural anthropology. She reports on a variety of stories for MUIPR. Follow Tamara on twitter @tamarahoumi.

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