Daily Archives: 12/10/2009

Time to do our bit

Breast cancer awareness month is in full swing now, and there can’t be many of us who haven’t been affected by this disease in one way or another, whether that’s personally or through a friend or family member. And today there are a couple of news stories in the papers about things you can buy to help raise cash for the breast cancer charities.
So to get you in the mood for spending, here’s a quick selection of the offerings that promise to donate some of what you spend to a breast cancer charity, starting with the most luxurious (and, therefore, expensive) and ending with the little tokens almost all of us can afford:
GHD Limited Editing Pink hair straighteners set, £135 (feelunique.com)
Jo Malone Red Roses Cologne, £64 (jomalone.co.uk)
Bobbi Brown Glitter Lip Balm, £28 (bobbibrown.co.uk)
The White Company pale pink cashmere socks £25 (thewhitecompany.com)
Tweezerman Pink Ribbon slant tweezer, £20 (feelunique.com)
Warehouse big bow pink t-shirt, £20 (warehouse.co.uk)
Estee Lauder Pink Ribbon Collection lipsticks, £20 (esteelauder.co.uk)
Jessica ‘Pink Power’ nail colours, £16.75 (feelunique.com)
Clinique Long-Last Glosswear PInk Ribbon charm, £15 (from Boots etc)
Wear It Pink Red Herring t-shirt, £10 (debenhams.com)
Marks & Spencer Breast Cancer Awareness Month knickers, £6 (marksandspencer.com)
Marks & Spencer BCAM cupcakes, £2.99 for four (marksandspencer.com)
And finally…
Breast Cancer Campaign Jigsaw bracelet, £2 (wearitpink.co.uk). Bargain.