Best Buys Reviews & shopping Breast Cancer Awareness Month - pink products to help raise money Dig deep in your pockets and bag these gorgeous pink products in aid of Breast Cancer Awareness Month 1 of Ad break Raising money for breast cancerToday is the start of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and from here on in, loads of high street retailers, charities and campaigners will be raising awareness and funds to help those 46,000 women and 300 men who are diagnosed with breast cancer each year. From Marks & Spencer to Mothercare, retailers have launched a range of fab products clad in the trademark pink to raise money. Breast Cancer Care, Cancer Research UK, Breakthrough Breast Cancer and Breast Cancer Campaign, to name a few, are all joining together this October - and you can do your bit, too. We've tracked down 10 gorgeous pink products we use everyday that will donate at least 10% towards a breast cancer charity. Go on then, get shopping! Washing-up glovesWear your support on your sleeve with this funky pink rubber gloves. Pink rubber gloves, £2, Tesco Clothing (available in-store). BRITA filter jug and WottleThis pink BRITA pack includes a Marella pink jug, three Maxtra water filter cartridges and an Orly Kiely designed 'Wottle'. BRITA pack, £25, Debenhams. £1 from every sale goes to Breast Cancer Care. JuicerMake sure your family get their five-a-day with this fabuloulsy pink fruit and veg blender. Jack Lalanne compact juicer, £63, QVC. All net profits go to Breast Cancer Care. Continue slideshow > BabygroDeck your baby out in this cute pink duck babygro. Breast cancer pink babygro, £15, Cafe Press. Available for ages 3-24 months. 10% of all sales will go to Breastcancer.Org. Steriliser and breast pumpGreat for new mums, this funky pink bottle sterilser and breast pump are great feeding essentials, plus they look fab, too. Pink steam sterilser, £39.99, Mothercare. Pink manual breast pump, £14.99, Mothercare. All proceeds go to Cancer Research UK to help them raise £100,000 for breast cancer. CoatA perfect winter pick-me-up, this gem of a coat will brighten any rainy day! 'Alia' pink coat, £180, Coast. 10% of sales will go to Breakthrough Breast Cancer and The Marie Keating Foundation. ScarfSpruce up your winter look with this gorgeous silk scarf. Silk scarf, £15, Marks & Spencer. 10% of sales will go to Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Continue slideshow > Heart pillowSpread the love in your home with this sparkled cushion. Pink sequin heart cushion, £17.60, by 'Star' at Julien Macdonald, Debenhams. 25% of this sale will go to Breast Cancer Campaign. Filofax organiserKeep all your important dates and children's birthday noted down in this stylish organiser. Personal Organiser, £24, Filofax. £2.20 from every sale of this organiser goes to Breast Cancer Campaign. Bath ducksThe perfect playmate for your child come bathtime. These guys are extra special, as they've been designed by actress Minnie Driver and Barbara Windsor! Pack of mini ducks, signed by Barbara Windsor and Minnie Driver, £5.99, Cancer Research Shop. 100% of profits go to Cancer Research UK. By Kyrsty Hazell Comments Latest on MadeForMums Meghan Markle's pregnancy style - her best maternity looks Meghan Markle's bump pop! The Duchess of Sussex at around 6 months pregnant Which pregnant celebs are due in 2019? 2018's celebrity babies - who gave birth this year?