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Show your true colours during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

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Women’s wellbeing is the world’s wellbeing! So if you’re looking to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month this October in ways big or small, here are seven charitable products we love.

Show your true colours during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Get rose tinted

The Morgan Taylor Paint Like A Lady gift set includes four best-selling pink mini polishes (R246) and a percentage of the sale goes to CANSA.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Put a ring on it

All proceeds from Foschini’s awareness key ring (R20) go to PinkDrive, which powers mobile units that offer free mammograms, pap smears, breast examinations and education to disadvantaged women. For more info, visit pinkdrive.co.za.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Share the love

Forty rand of every sale of Clinique Dramatically Different Moisturizing Lotion (R540) will go to Look Good Feel Better, an organisation that helps boost confidence after cancer treatments.

Show your true colours during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Show your intentions

All profits from Avon’s Breast Cancer Crusade Pin (R79) go towards NGOs including CANSA, Wings of Hope and Look Good Feel Better. You can also show your support for the cause at the largest breast cancer awareness event in SA, the iThemba Walkathon, on 22 October at Marks Park, Joburg. For info, visit ithembawalkathon.co.za.

Show your true colours during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Style with soul

For every limited-edition ghd Platinum Pink Blush Styler sold, R100 is donated to PinkDrive.

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Share a bunch

A percentage of all sales from Simply Beautiful Dianthus Pink Kisses plants goes to PinkDrive. For Pink Kisses outlets, visit pinkdrive.co.za.

Show your true colours during Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Be part of the transformation

One rand of every punnet of white button mushrooms sold at Pick n Pay will go to the Ditto prostheses project, an organisation that provides breast prostheses at minimal cost to women who have had breast removal surgery.

Get your hands on the October issue of GLAMOUR for an inspiring read from a breast cancer survivor. 

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