10 Everyday Buys for 2018 Breast Cancer Awareness Roundup

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This Breast Cancer Awareness Roundup makes it really easy to support the cause this October by purchasing items you can use every day. These products are available for secure purchase through, with a description on each Amazon product page detailing how the brand is supporting BCA month with your purchase. We at SheSpark believe not only in researching for a cure, but also promoting education/testing, and supporting women with breast cancer.

After you order some of this sweet swag, take a look at some of our inspiring Breast Cancer Month stories about over-40 women who are brave warriors in the fight for their lives.

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10. Gift Bag Bundle $29.99+

Fashion, beauty, and wellness accessories are part of everyday life.  Grab this gift bundle for yourself or a loved one.  Hand out individual items to co-workers for birthdays or “just because” occasions.

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9. CONAIR Infinitipro Curl Secret

It’s no secret that CONAIR is a titan in hair care and styling.  Add this baby to your daily routine for the perfect curl every time!

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8. Under Armor Women’s Power in Pink Underwear

UA Power In Pink is donating $10 million to Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center to benefit breast health, innovation & education. We ladies have to support a brand that is doing so much to support us.  Plus, these amazingly comfy 4-way stretch, tagless, odor-fighting undies are perfect for everyday wear!

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7. Andis SuperLKiner Haircutting Trimmer

All you #shorthairdontcare fashionistas are going to love adding this trimmer to your tool belt.  Don’t use a trimmer? No problem!  Wrap it up as a cool gift for the man in your life and let him know he’s supporting the cause each time he trims his beard, neck, or nose hair 😀

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6. Suddora Sweat Bands

It’s time for GenXers need to bring back sweat bands. Believe it or not, they really do serve a purpose (pun intended). Invented by tennis player Fred Perry, they are designed to use your wrist to wipe sweat from your head/face/neck without getting sweat all over your hands.  Brilliant!

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5. Toe Talk No Slip Grip Yoga Socks

Not just for yoga and pilates, these toe warmers are the solution for walking on wood or tile floors without slipping and breaking your butt.  Going to the hospital for surgery? Pack them in your overnight bag so you can move safely to the bathroom and back.

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4. Shades of Hope Handbag

What’s Up Pussycat? This vintage-inspired handbag will throw you back into the heyday of mod fashion while paying tribute to breast cancer warriors. It’s vegan and has a 90-day money back guarantee. Outta sight!

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3. Everlast EverCool Kickboxing Gloves

Now you really can fight like a girl. Take your kickboxing workouts to a whole new level with Everlast’s gloves. We know what you’re thinking: “How do I clean those stinky things?” We gotchya covered with this short tutorial.

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2. TYR Women’s Swimsuit

The TYR brand is all about outfitting the female athlete.  It’s also donating up to $5.00 from each TYR Pink purchase to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation this year.

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1. Wacoal Awareness Bras

The Amazon product page doesn’t mention it, but SheSpark received a notice from Wacoal that $2.oo (US) from every Wacoal Awareness Collection bra purchased in October will go toward Susan G. Koman. The bra comes in a variety of colors and looks beautiful under a t-shirt.

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