We have selected an incredible group of gifts that range from items created by breast cancer survivors; suggested products for those living with breast cancer; companies who donate to breast cancer research; illustrations from independent illustrators and some fab pieces that celebrate the wonder of Titmas.

We hope some of these will provide inspiration for someone special in your life.


1.Glittering a Turd‘ – £12.99 – The autobiography of Kris Hallenga; founder of Coppafeel.
Kris also worked with Eco-Stardust to create her very own body glitter containing lovely shades of pink.

2.Celebrated Not Censored‘ tee – £19 –  Created for Tanya Buxton’s petition to stop social media censoring or removing images containing female nipples or areola / mastectomy tattoos.

Keely also creates beautiful art prints like this ‘Boob Phase‘ print – £4

3. Funko Pop Breast Cancer Awareness Figures – £9.99 to £14.99 – Funko is funding 1,000 hours of breast cancer research through a $50,000 donation to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. 

4. No Regrets Tattoo Gift Cards – £50 to £500 – No Regrets tattoo studios are donating 5% of all gift card sales to the MTA. Studios are located in London, Cheltenham, Bristol and Exeter.

5. The Boob Pot Company – £12 to £25 – Choose from ready-made boobie pots or have a custom casted pot created to look exactly like your boobs!

6.Hey Cancer…F**k You!‘ – $40 – Elle Veitch‘s personal expereinces of her breast cancer journey + a collection of personal letters from incredible people from all over the world who have experienced breast cancer either through their own diagnosis or the diagnosis or loss of a loved one.

7. Personalised Pin-up Prints – £18 – Illustrated by Lola Blackheart, these prints can be customised from hair colour, right down to the tattoos.

8. Paradise Hoodie – £37.99 – Designed by ‘Paradise’ owner and MTA founder, Tanya Buxton, these hoodies are the latest merch drop within her tropical tattoo studio in Cheltenham.

9. MooGoo Skincare Sets – From £9.50 – NHS Recommended for those currently receiving cancer treatment, there are some lovely Christmas sets of these high quality skincare products for self care.

10. The Head Up Club – From 20 – Created by breast cancer survivor and independent designer, Renate. A selection of beautiful headwear all hand made. Options are also available to add faux bangs to the head wraps.