Top-ten beauty products that benefit the cure
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Think Pink1 of 11
By Lisa Cohen Lee
It's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and that means a deluge of pink-themed products on every shelf—from home-cleaning products to face cleansers. It's tempting to buy them all, but some help the cause much more than others. Glo rounds up the most effective new beauty products that give back in a big way.
Smooth Move2 of 11
Look good: Pretty enough to leave sink-side (the ribbons on the package were crafted by Japanese artisans), this weightless luxe balm keeps skin soft with its exclusive blend of liquid silk and royal jelly.
Feel good: For each jar sold, Tatcha will donate $25 to Breastcancer.org, a nonprofit dedicated to providing accurate information and resources to those touched by the disease.
Helping Hands3 of 11
Look good: The pink and purple polishes draw attention to your digits, a sparkling way to let everyone know what you stand behind.
Feel good: A full 20 percent of all profits from the collection will go to cancer survivor Fran Drescher's Cancer Schmancer organization, which focuses on education, prevention and early detection.
SHOP NOW: Orly's Pretty in Pink Collection, featuring two new shades: Be Brave and Embrace; $10 each
Petal Power4 of 11
Look good: This just-out fragrance, in a clutch-friendly roll-on size, is all about the rose.
Feel good: Diptypque is giving 20 percent of proceeds to the Pink Agenda, a nonprofit that provides money for breast-cancer care, research and raising awareness of the disease among young professionals.
SHOP NOW: Diptyque Eau Rose Roll On, $48
Bright Idea5 of 11
Look good: Ultra-creamy and long-lasting, this limited-edition lipstick will help broadcast your commitment to the cause: It's bold and bright, blended especially to match the BCA ribbon.
Feel good: For each tube sold, Smashbox donates $5 for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, which funds clinical research around the world.
SHOP NOW: Smashbox Be Legendary Lipstick in Inspiration, $19
Lip Service6 of 11
Look good: This two-in-one product includes a lip stain in a skin-flattering pink and a sheer gloss for a hint of shine. Plus, it comes in a pouch with room enough for other makeup supplies.
Feel good: A hundred percent of the profits from the sales go to Living Beyond Breast Cancer, a national organization that's dedicated to empowering and extending the lives of all women affected by breast cancer.
SHOP NOW: Jane Iredale Cherish Lip Fixation, $34
Glow On7 of 11
Look good: The pretty pink bronzer is perfect for giving skin a warm, rosy glow, and the mini-size brush is ideal for travel.
Feel good: For every limited-edition set sold, Bobbi Brown will donate $10 to the Breast Cancer Research Fund, which provides funding for research at leading medical centers worldwide.
SHOP NOW: Bobbi Brown Pink Peony Set, $45
Heart's Content8 of 11
Look good: This translucent-powder compact is so elegant that you won’t want to keep it tucked away in your purse.
Feel good: In honor of the late Evelyn Lauder, 100 percent of the retail price will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, which was founded by her in 1993.
SHOP NOW: Estée Lauder Evelyn Lauder Dream Compact, $75
Brush With Greatness9 of 11
Look good: The five, ultra-soft brushes will help perfect your makeup application while serving as a reminder to get regular checkups.
Feel good: A breast-cancer survivor herself, makeup artist Sonia Kashuk has teamed up with Target to donate 15 percent of the sales to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
SHOP NOW: Sonia Kashuk Proudly Pink Purse Brush Set, $16
Heaven Scent10 of 11
Look good: Created exclusively for Coterie.com, the crisp floral fragrance is light and uplifting, with notes of Italian bergamot, white jasmine, blue iris, cashmere musk and white patchouli.
Feel good: Thirty percent of proceeds (until October 31) will go to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit dedicated to increasing awareness and providing free mammograms to low-income women.
SHOP NOW: Demeter Noteworthy eau de toilette, from $45
Raising the Bar11 of 11
Look good: The sweet-smelling Wild Rose and Acai Berry scents are a luxe treat, handmade in France with all-natural ingredients. The soaps come in a two-pack, which makes it easy to give one and keep one.
Feel good: With every purchase, TonSavon will donate soaps to the Breast Cancer Society’s Hope Supply Program, which provides much-needed medicine and other health-care items to women fighting breast cancer.
SHOP NOW: Savon et Cie Soaps Gift Set, $9