For the first time, The Estée Lauder Companies UK & Ireland also launched The BCA Beauty Box, which included a selection of our iconic products, with proceeds helping to fund the Breast Cancer Research Foundation® (BCRF)*. The BCA Beauty Box has now sold out!
Meet some of our inspiring breast cancer survivors who share their stories as part of The Estée Lauder Companies UK & Ireland Breast Cancer Awareness (BCA) campaign and tell us what happened afterwards… The incredible women share their challenges and experiences with some familiar faces – including Bobbi Brown UK Senior PRO make up artist Hannah Martin and bestselling cookery writer and yoga teacher Madeleine Shaw in a new series of short films. We would love you to share your stories with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, using the hashtag #BCAstrength to help inspire anyone touched by breast cancer and so we can Take Action Together to Defeat Breast Cancer. For the first time, The Estée Lauder Companies UK & Ireland also launches The BCA Beauty Box, including a selection of our iconic products, with proceeds helping to fund The Breast Cancer Research Foundation® (BCRF)*. Watch our inspirational stories here…
Watch our short video with musician and TV presenter Brix Smith-Start, introducing you to this year’s campaign, with a special message from Global BCA Campaign AmbaBrssador Elizabeth Hurley
Listen to breast cancer survivor Lara Honnor tell Bobbi Brown UK Senior PRO make up artist about how breast cancer made her braver, ready to live life to the fullest and also brought about a surprising romantic twist!
Lara Honnor and Hannah Martin
After treatment for breast cancer, Jo felt extremely low, tired and physically weak. She felt she had lost her sense of self. Watch our film and find out how Jo changed her life around through exercise and is now embarking on an exciting new journey helping others who have been diagnosed.
Catherine was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was 51. Yoga became her sanctuary and aided the recovery process. Hear Catherine telling Madeleine about her journey, and sharing advice and a relaxing sequence for those suffering.
Catherine Turner and Madeleine Shaw
An original creation by Evelyn H Lauder, who created the iconic Pink Ribbon in 1992, nutritionist Amanda Ursell talks through a recipe for a deliciously pink and healthy smoothie called the Every Berry Smoothie. The smoothie is easy for anyone to try at home and may be a useful recipe for anyone affected by breast cancer.