OK, I have to be honest here. This year, I received over 50 e-mails about products that raise money for breast cancer research and charities. While I'm all for shopping to support a cause, I'm starting to feel a little pink-product overload. Is it just me?
Still, there are a few great products out there that support this incredibly worthy cause (about one in eight women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime). Here's what I think you should consider. (Click on the photos for larger images.)
Sephora Super Shimmer Lip Gloss in Forever Pink
Pink lip gloss with just a hint of shimmer is super-easy to wear, and everyone can use another tube, right? One dollar from the sale of each Forever Pink gloss goes to the Breast Cancer Research Fund.
Philosophy Shower for the Cure
I love Philosophy's simple, effective products, and this one can be used as a shampoo, shower gel or bubble bath—with 100 percent of the sale proceeds going to the Women's Cancer Research Fund.
Pink York Peppermint Patties
These favorite dark chocolate and minty treats get flushed for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. At BJ's Wholesale Clubs you can buy the patties (and other pink goods), and a portion of the sales will go to local breast cancer research and treatment centers, via BJ's Charitable Foundation.
.99 for a 60-oz bag at BJ's stores. Click here for locations.
Sony's Pink mp3 Player
If you haven't bought an mp3 player yet, why not get this cute rosy version and take all your tunes with you on the go? Ten dollars from each sale goes to the Breast Cancer Research Fund.
Couture for Cancer T-shirts
Started by a hairdresser in Jupiter, Florida, Couture for Cancer provides free, custom non-surgical hair-replacement systems for cancer patients suffering from hair loss. You can make a donation on their website, or support the program by buying one of their T-shirts.
The Pink Project
A cool, colorful coffee table book, this photography collection features famous (Daryl Hannah, Mariska Hargitay) and not-so-famous people and places decked out in pink. Proceeds benefit RAINN (the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network) and the Los Angeles Breast Cancer Alliance.
While we're on the subject of breast cancer, be sure to check out our coverage of the latest news and treatments. And read my interview with survivor Jaclyn Smith, who urges you all to get a mammogram and told me, forcefully, "Let me tell you something, if a mastectomy was what was called for, I would have had it like that. I'm not about my breasts; I'm just about good health, OK.
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