6 Beauty Companies Supporting Breast Cancer This BCA Month

Most women are impacted by breast cancer at some point in their lives in some way.

Whether it's you, a friend or loved one with breast cancer, it's an ugly disease that sadly takes too many lives. As it's now officially Breast Cancer Awareness Month, some of our favorite beauty brands are stepping up and making a difference. Keep reading to find out about the six beauty companies supporting breast cancer this BCA month.

The Better Skin Co.

Cult-favorite skincare brand The Better Skin Co. will be donating 100% of their October proceeds from the sale of For All Glow ($28). Upon purchasing this primer, 100% of the proceeds will be donated to Hello Gorgeous, a non-profit that gives women with breast cancer the ultimate spa experience.


(via The Better Skin Co.)


Hey Dewy

Hey Dewy, the geniuses behind the portable humidifier, are donating 10% of their proceeds all month long to Breasties. Their portable facial humidifier ($39), will not only help you, but those in need, as well. Breasties brings women who have breast cancer or who have had it at some point in their life together for retreats, activities, events and more.


(via Hey Dewy)


Patrick Ta

Stunning makeup brand Patrick Ta will be donating 100% of their profits from the sale of their precision lip crayon in "She's Strong" ($28) to the Susan G. Komen Foundation for the month of October. This foundation heavily focuses on breast cancer research as well as community, care and action.


(via Patrick Ta)



Rael, leaders in the organic tampon industry, will donate a box of tampons to I Support the Girls for every box purchased. Women who have faced domestic abuse, those experiencing homelessness and other women in need will be receiving these menstrual products.


(via Rael)


Jo Malone

The founder of the self-named brand Jo Malone was diagnosed with breast cancer years ago, so it should come as no shock that the company is donating an incredible amount of money to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. $120,000 will go to BCRF this October, which is a non-profit committed to finding a cure for breast cancer. Additionally, 50% of the profits from their limited edition Peony and Blush Suede Cologne ($142) will be donated to BCRF (up to $60,000).


(via Jo Malone)


June Jacobs

50% of the sales from June Jacobs' best selling Rapid Repair Healing Cream ($60) will be donated to breast cancer research. June Jacobs is committed to spreading awareness about Breast Cancer.


(via June Jacobs)


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