Breast Cancer Awareness Month: Shop 9 Pink Products That Raise Money For the Cure

Nikki Reed, Paul McDonald, and Elizabeth Hurley step out to support breast cancer awareness at Bloomingdale's Pink Party in New York City on Oct. 2. Credit: Taylor Hill/WireImage.com

Get ready to go pink!

Now that October has begun, Nikki Reed, Paul McDonald, Elizabeth Hurley, and more celebrities are stepping out to support Breast Cancer Awareness Month at events like Bloomingdale’s 2014 Pink Party in Manhattan on Thursday, Oct. 2.

These celebs may be helping by spreading the word to their huge fan bases, but there’s an easy and stylish way that you can help, too—by shopping pink!

Here’s Us Weekly’s annual breast cancer awareness beauty and fashion product roundup, with each product purchase helping to fund awareness and research organizations like Susan G. Komen for the Cure or the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Scroll down, and shop on!

Tweezerman BCA Tweezers (Left, $22)
They’re razor-sharp to make sure you get every last stray hair. Plus, they’re baby pink!
$2 goes to Susan G. Komen for the Cure

Coach Poppy Wildflower Perfume (Top, $68)
The bottle, housing a mandarin and bergamot blend, will look lovely on any bureau thanks to its suede posse.
20 percent of proceeds goes to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation

Essie 2014 BCA Collection (Bottom, $8.50 each)
These three shades of pink nail polish are always in style. Plus, the names alone will get you: “Pinking About You,” “I Pink I Can,” and “Pink Happy.”
A portion of the proceeds will benefit City of Hope

Bumble and bumble. Pret-a-Powder (Top left, $26)
Bumble’s dry shampoo is one of the best on the market—and it’s scented vanilla.
$5 benefits the Breast Cancer Research Foundation

La Mer The Hand Treatment (Top right, $45)
Dry winter elbows, be gone! This silky formula, in a limited-edition bottle, will create a barrier for your skin to keep it moisturized and safe from the elements.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Breast Cancer Research Fund

Estee Lauder, Evelyn Lauder and Elizabeth Hurley Dream Pink Collection (Bottom, $29.50)
A bright pink peony lipstick and two shades of pink nail polish come tucked inside this adorable leather pouch, tasseled with a pink ribbon and a breast cancer charm.
20 percent of the proceeds benefits the Breast Cancer Research Foundation

Aerie Bright Pink Charley Bra (Top, $30)
Bold and uplifting (literally!), Aerie’s watermelon bra is particularly special: It comes with a pin that you can personalize with the name of the person who inspires you to be your brightest self. (Hi, mom!)
100% of sales will be donated to Bright Pink, Aerie’s non-profit partner

Swarovski Pearl Bracelet (Bottom, $85)
The rose gold-plated charm on this bracelet can be refilled with more fig fragrance beads, so you can keep smelling sweet.
All proceeds go to the National Breast Cancer Coalition

Soxfords Hooray for Boobies Socks (Right, $20 per pair)
Wear your heart on your sleeves, or your boobs on your feet, we don’t judge (especially when pink toes are involved).
20% of sales will go to various national breast cancer research and health advocacy organizations

For more breast cancer awareness picks from Us’ style and beauty editors, pick up the latest issue of Us Weekly.