Shop for these products during National Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and you can make a difference in fighting the illness by shopping for these pink products.

 

Eat well and do well — 25 cents from each limited edition pink package of La Tortilla Factory Multigrain SoftWraps with Extra Virgin Olive Oil will support the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. The company’s donating a minimum $25,000. $4.49, grocery stores

 

Pick up KIND Snacks’ BFFL bag for someone you love recuperating from surgery. It comes with an underarm comfort pillow, wound and drain care supplies, a skin care gift pack, Bio-Oil, moisturizing scar treatment, KIND bars and more. $5 from each goes to Friends Fighting Breast Cancer. $100, http://bfflco.com

 

Breast cancer survivor Giuliana Rancic was the inspiration behind Suzanna Dai’s new jewelry collection for LOFT. Sixty percent of the purchase price on each item is going to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. $39.50-$69.50, LOFT stores and www.loft.com

 

Juice Beauty’s Authentically Pink Makeup Kit includes blush, lip gloss, lip balm and a buki brush. Twenty percent of proceeds support the Breast Cancer Fund, specifically its work tying everyday chemicals to breast cancer. $45, www.juicebeauty.com

 

Red’s All Natural burritos are going pink: The non-GMO, preservative-free, clean-label frozen entrees are giving 10 percent of each sold to breast cancer research. $2.50-$3.99, Stop & Shop

 

This is the seventh year in a row Sonia Kashuk has partnered with Target for a brush set that fights breast cancer. This year’s Proudly Pink five-piece set, available year-round, will give 15 percent of the purchase price to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. $16, www.target.com

 

This eco-friendly organic cotton racerback tank is comfort you can feel good about wearing: Twenty percent of sales in October will go to Living Beyond Breast Cancer. $35, www.onlyhearts.com

 

These pale pink True Religion skinny jeans are on-trend and for a good cause: Ten percent of the retail sales will go to Susan G. Komen, with a minimum donation of $35,000. $198, www.truereligionbrandjeans.com

 

The founders of Too Faced Cosmetics made their Love Debbi high-shine gloss as a tribute to their stepmom Debbi, who’s currently fighting breast cancer. Twenty percent of sales of the ribbon-pink gloss go to the Skillen Fund for Cancer Care at Huntington Memorial Hospital, raising funds for mammogram screening services. $16, www.ulta.com

 

Wear Robindira Unsworth’s Morganite Slice ring with the good feeling that 20 percent of proceeds from it go to the Young Survival Coalition. $315, www.robindira.com

 

Sleep well on your Crane & Canopy pink bedding knowing that 50 percent of sales benefit Susan G. Komen. $30-$169, www.craneandcanopy.com/collections/type-pink

 

Brooklyn Cruiser has made a very limited run of pink bikes, with 100 percent of proceeds going to the Keep a Breast Foundation, a young person’s coalition for eradicating breast cancer. $649, www.brooklyncruiser.com

 

Agadir’s Argan Oil Hair Treatment is good for your locks, and for the cause: 50 cents per bottle will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. $40, www.agadirint.com

 

Get fit, saves lives 

 

The New Balance VIA Slim Komen pedometer counts your steps, calories and distance, and 5 percent of the suggested retail price will go to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. New Balance is donating a minimum $500,00 to the cause. $30, www.nbmonitors.com

 

ASICS America worked with breast cancer survivor Christina Applegate for its new pink collection, which includes sneakers, socks and bras. The brand is donating $2 from the shoes, $1 from everything else — with a minimum of $100,000 and up to $125,000 — to Applegate’s Right Action for Women. The star’s fund helps high-risk women who might not have the resources to cover breast cancer costs. $9-$100, www.asicsamerica.com

 

Get active in SPLITS59’s Ashby Courage tank: Twenty percent of the proceeds are being donated to the Lynne Cohen Foundation, which works to combat breast and ovarian cancer through education and preventative care. $48, www.splits59.com

 

Five percent of the suggested retail price of sales from New Balance’s Lace Up for the Cure collection will go to Susan G. Komen for the Cure. The collection includes sneakers, bras, tops and capris. $25-$149.95, www.newbalance.com

 

A hundred percent of the net profit from the Kohl’s Cares Tek Gear activewear collection — featuring tees, tanks, hats and shorts — will go to the American Cancer Society and the Southeast Wisconsin Affiliate of Susan G. Komen. $5-$15, www.kohls.com



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