The Ten Best: Breast Cancer Awareness Month gifts

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Things to make life better and easier for you.

1 Propercorn popcorn, 80p, from Waitrose (pictured below).

With only 100 calories per pack, there’s no excuse not to indulge in one of Propercorn’s delicious bags of gourmet popcorn, made from natural ingredients.

Snack lovers can choose from a range of tempting flavours and 10 per cent of profits from each pack will be donated to Breakthrough Breast Cancer.

2 Bottlegreen limited edition Pomegranate and Elderflower cordial, £3.15, from major supermarkets.

It tastes delicious on its own or in a cocktail – plus 10 per cent of each sale goes to help breast cancer sufferers.

3 Tickled Pink bouquet, £5, from Asda (main picture).

Show someone you care with this hot pink bouquet and you’ll be making a 50p donation to charity.

4 Special edition twin pack cherry chapstick, £2.49, from major supermarkets.

Keep your lips silky smooth with this one-off pack of chapsticks.

It’s bright pink and 20p will go to charity.

5 Pink pen, £25, from Swarovski stores.

Swarovski has plundered its treasure chest of sparkling crystal to create this stylish pen to help fashionistas spread the word and £5 from every sale goes to charity.

6 Think Pink jersey T-shirt, £12, from Debenhams.

Show your support with this fashionable, black jersey T-shirt. Designed by Red Herring in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it’s the trendy way to show you care.

7 Deluxe Julien Macdonald brooch, £12, direct from Breast Cancer Care.

This striking brooch is designed by Julien Macdonald exclusively for Breast Cancer Care.

Larger than the pin badges, it’s beautifully set with pink Swarovski crystals. Perfect for those who want to make a style statement.

8 Dream Lip collection, £25, from Estee Lauder (pictured on the front of Family Life).

Pucker up with Evelyn Lauder and Elizabeth Hurley’s new lip duo collection which comes with an elegant snakeskin-printed clutch. A fiver from every sale will be donated to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

9 Supporters’ T-shirt, £9.99, from Against Breast Cancer.

If you’re supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Month you’ve got to wear something pink – and this charity T-shirt will do the job nicely.

10 Maximum support bra, £20, from M&S.

Long-term breast cancer charity supporter M&S has a range of products designed to tempt you and your cash to part company.

This bra has been designed for those who’ve had breast surgery and £2 from each sale will go to charity.