Breast Cancer Awareness Month is on throughout October, being a charity close to my heart after my Grandmother, and myself after a little scare this year. I thought I would mention a few products that are helping this charity by donating money from sales. Great for a bit of Christmas shopping….or treat yourself!! 

So grab these items before 31st October and you will be helping this fantastic charity too 

Pink Ribbon Necklace – £89 20% to charity from SIF Jakbobs

Pink Ribbon Earrings –  £79 20% to charity from SIF Jakobs

Kitchen Aid Ceramic Bowl – RRP £109 from Harts of Stur  

Petal Pink 4 slot toaster – £195 £20 to Breast Haven Charity  from Dualit  

Pink October Mug – £18 10% of sales from Kusmi Tea 

Kirsten Nail Polish – £11 30% of price from London Grace

*Smartboxes Treat Her, Luxury Pampering and Indulgent Pamper Treat – £39.99-£79.99 25% donated from BuyAGift

Waitrose Emma Bridgewater Shopping Bag £5 50p per one donated from Waitrose & Emma Bridgewater stores

SmileLab teeth whitening stripes RRP £32 10% donated to Pink Ribbon Foundation from Boots

*Collaborative post 

 

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  1. These are such lovely products and for a good cause too! I love the toaster and the necklace.

  2. It’s a such an important subject. Donating money to research is part of the awareness. Personally I also try to share relevant information about how to check your breast, studies that show that wearing bras can cause certain type of cancer, that mammography is not recommended in many countries (as leading to false positive that in turn have lead to treatment that in the end made more damage), that antiperspirant are also linked to some type of cancer. Also, hormonal replacement therapy is linked to breast cancer and pills/smoking can also be an aggravating factor. And breastfeeding is considered as a protective factor, I think we need to inform ourselves and try to keep ourselves safe (obviously, there are so many unknown factors too and many types of cancer) My auntie and great auntie died from that horrible disease. My mum had a breast removed a few years back but now totally ok!
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  3. this post is one that is close to my heart at the min as well as the charity. My aunty who well i’m really close to got diagnosed with breast cancer a few months ago (shes only in her 40’s). Shes just finished her chemo and now had the operation to see if its gone, which the results will be at the beginning of November. keeping everything crossed until then xx
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