October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, so be prepared to see lots and lots of pink. T-shirts, buttons, banners, even pizza boxes will be brazen pink to remind us about the importance of breast health and to raise money for research funds to find a cure. Sport some of these cool products and show your support!
If you can’t make it to the Susan G. Komen Race for a Cure, you can at least train in these special edition New Balance Pink Ribbon 990v4. Five percent of proceeds go towards funding for research, and New Balance is a company trusted by runners – so you know you’ll be getting a top-quality shoe that will last. Get a pair at newbalance.com for $164.99.
This organic facial cleanser for men and women has absolutely no harmful ingredients, isn’t tested on animals and donates 5-percent sales to The Breast Cancer Fund. Get a 6 oz. bottle for $28 through Born Skincare.
The most trusted name in locks has its own line of breast cancer awareness products! Perfect for showing your support when you park your bike at work, school or around town. Proceeds of sales go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. Buy one on Amazon for $10.62.
Offers eight bold eyeshadows, a knockout mascara, a stay-in-place eye pencil an eyeshadow brush and cosmetic bag for $35 through esteelauder.com. 100-percent of the suggested retail price goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.
Sometimes, it’s the little things that do the most. Every time you use these paper clips at the office or at home, you’ll be reminded of the fight for a cure. Proceeds go to help cancer research. Buy an 80-count pack for $5.25 at amazon.com.
This cotton-blend fleece by Under Armour has women of all sizes flaunting the power of pink and the strength women have to overcome breast cancer. It comes in sizes XS to XXL and is part of the $10 million that UA is donating to the John Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. Get it from underarmour.com for $50.
This shatterproof, double-walled water bottle is customizable and comes with an easy-open snap lid to keep you hydrated, even when your super active. It costs $38 through thestationerystudio.com and 10-percent of proceeds go to Living Beyond Breast Cancer.
This post was originally published in 2012 and is updated regularly.