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Show your support for National Breast Cancer Awareness Month with this cute jewelry

October marks the start of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Breast cancer is the most common type of cancer in women––about 1 in 8 women will develop it at some point in their lives. That's why it's more important than ever to show your support.

How can you raise awareness?

Wondering how you can contribute to Breast Cancer Awareness Month? Hot Girls Pearls, a line of cooling jewelry that helps people with temperature control, is partnering up with the National Breast Cancer Foundation. For every piece of jewelry purchased during October, Hot Girls Pearls will donate a bracelet to National Breast Cancer Foundation's Hope Kits.

Because hot flashes and night sweats are common in breast cancer patients and survivors, Leslie Myers, president of Hot Girls Pearls, says, "Our product is the perfect combination of fashion and function by providing a discreet way to stay cool. NBCF sends Hope Kits to women as a tangible way to provide comfort and treatment throughout their journey. We are so thrilled to provide our Chicklet Cooling Bracelets to their Hope Kits. With the look of a real stone, no one will know you have an ice pack around your wrist, and it is a piece of jewelry that they can enjoy for years well beyond their treatment."

CLICK HERE to buy your bracelets now and support the National Breast Cancer Foundation!

Styling tips 

These super cute—and totally functional—bracelets come in seven different colors and two sizes. They also come with a travel-sized pouch for quick trips on the go. They're so versatile that they'll look great for any occasion.

Amethyst Chicklet Bracelet, $50

Dress them up with a flowy dress and heels, or go for a more laid-back vibe with skinny jeans and a button-down top. To look *extra* fashionable, layering multiple bracelets is a must! 

For more information on Breast Cancer Awareness Month, check out the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.

Slider image: Hot Girls Pearls


by Nadia Payne | 10/5/2022