Giving Back During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the following beauty, wellness and fashion businesses are giving back to cancer charities to improve lives.

Freedom all-natural deodorant was created by Ira Green to help her friends and women with cancer fighting during and after their health journey. These women were seeking an all natural, ordor-free deodorant to wear during chemotherapy and treatment. Using real lavender, coconut, cypress, coriander, and lemons, Green made sure there were absolutely no chemicals or aluminum in the products.

Besides an unscented variety, she now has made available four fragrances: Magic Lavender, Coco-Van, Black Rose and Berg-E-Mint, plus an unscented variety, Freedom is vegan, cruelty-free and gluten-free. There are no parabens, phthalates or synthetic fragrances.

Now battling breast cancer, Green is ‘Getting People Healthier One Body Part at a Time’ and is giving back to various cancer charities including The Tyler Robinson Foundation, American Cancer Society, Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation and The Caring Place. When you order Freedom Deodorant, you can make a donation to support these organizations.

The Better Skin Co.

During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, The Better Skin Co. is donating 100% of its October proceeds from the sale of its award-winning, cult classic Better Skin Mirakle Cream to the Cancer Cartel, a nonprofit organization that provides financial resources and relief to cancer Warriors. Those battling against cancer should be able to focus all of their energy on getting well and not on how much having cancer is costing them. From gas money to groceries, and power bills to mortgage payments, the Cancer Cartel fights to tear down financial barriers to wellness.

Mirakle Cream is #1 selling product with proven clinical results. Nature plus science combine to create a Day Cream, Night Cream, Eye Cream, Brightener, and Primer – All In One. This ingredient-rich recipe, imported from the Republic of Uzbekistan, is handcrafted in the USA with love and beautiful ingredients such as coconut oil, sea buckthorn, shea butter, cocoa butter, aloe, and soothing algae to help moisturize the skin. Peptides and hyaluronic acid help skin appear smoother, more youthful, and radiant. Available for $36.

John Hardy

John Hardy

John Hardy encourages jewelry lovers to purchase their annual pink gemstone in October and they will donate 20% of the purchase price to National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. There are now two new styles in support of Susan G. Komen. This donation goes towards Komen’s life-saving research, patient care services and health equity initiatives.

Shaped by the rituals of Bali, John Hardy’s signature Classic Chain pairs with ethically-sourced, hand-set Pink Tourmaline and Sapphire across seven understated pieces to collect and gift to loved ones. Styles include Classic Chain Link Pavè BraceletClassic Chain 6.5MM Reversible BraceletClassic Chain 5MM Pavè BraceletClassic Chain Pull Through Station BraceletClassic Chain Pavè Tassel EarringClassic Chain Breast Cancer Pin and Breast Cancer Pendant. All product is available on and  Prices range from $195-$995.



OOFOS Shoes is the official recovery shoe of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and the Jimmy Fund. In honor of the company’s first employee, Duncan, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014 and passed away in 2019. Through Project Pink, when shoppers purchase any pair on, 2% of the purchase will go directly towards the Dana-Farber Breast Cancer Research Team. This donation supports new medical breakthroughs with the potential to help patients feel better.

This article was featured on Oct. 24, 2022 in Luxe Beat Magazine.

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