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oNecklace Breast Cancer Charm Bracelet Review

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oNecklace Charm Bracelet

This oNecklace breast cancer charm bracelet review is dedicate to all pink warriors.

When you hear the word warrior, what comes to mind? Someone who goes to a battle, right? A person trained for combat. Wounded, bruised, brave. Someone who fights 'til death. Definitely not a damsel in distress. What about pink? Pink is a color associated with femininity; soft, gentle, sweet, nice, charming.

And what if you put them together? Pink warrior. 

That's what they call breast cancer survivors or fighters. A pink warrior or warrior in pink. I find that cute and clever. It's like saying:

Don't mistake my gentleness with weakness. I may be sweet but I am strong and I can fight. 

That pretty much sums up what being a woman is. And as a woman, pink warriors will always have my support. 

Breast cancer and women

Breast cancer is more prevalent in women than in men. According to US Breast Cancer Statistics, for women in the U.S., breast cancer death rates are higher than for any other cancer, besides lung cancer.

American Cancer Society stated that about 2,700 men were projected to develop breast cancer compared to 270,000 women. 

In support of pink warriors

I personally know someone who was a pink warrior. I've also met a few of them about seven years ago.

My college friend who's an oncologist helped found St. Luke's Corridor of Hope GC. Every week, they held a small event or fun activities for pink warriors and their families. Coming from a week of graveyard shift, I would attend the event and help out. Sometimes I'd help arrange the tables, give out name cards, giveaways, foods, assist in the games and interact with them.

I'm always in awe when I see strength and hope in their smiles, and their eagerness to learn new things during the events. They still exude joy and optimism.

The fight with cancer is no joke. Indeed it takes a warrior to face it head on.


oNecklace Breast Cancer Charm Bracelet Review


I ordered this gorgeous charm bracelet from oNecklace. It has a pink stone, the breast cancer ribbon symbol and my initial.

It's 0.3" thick Sterling silver, with easy adjustable chain. 

initials and breast cancer ribbon


What I like about my oNecklace breast cancer charm bracelet

Shipping: They sent via DHL which is a wiser choice than the regular post to avoid delays due to this pandemic. I placed my order on the 3rd of November and it arrived on November 17th. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Packaging: I super LOVE the black with red ribbon Airmax bubble envelope they used! It's so cute and it's best for gift giving this holiday season. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐


package of love
What's inside the airbubble envelope

Personalized: You can add your initials to personalize the bracelet. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

initials charm


Authenticity: They sent it with the Certificate of Authenticity. This proves that the metals they use are hallmarked and met legal standards. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

proof of authentic product


Design: I'm all for simple and elegant design and this charm bracelet checks all two categories. The easy adjustable chain makes it a breeze to wear and take off. Pink stones make me happy. I noticed that the stone they used here is not as sparkly as the ones in my oNecklace birthstone necklace. But it's still as charming and the tone of pink is as dark as I personally prefer it to be. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐



Bonus: With your purchase, oNecklace will donate 15% of the proceeds towards cancer research, working together to help find a cure. ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Unboxing of oNecklace charm bracelet


bracelet upclose

wearing the oNecklace Bracelet


happy with this oNecklace gift

I'm quite sure you know someone who has been affected by breast cancer one way or another. I lost a friend to it. 

This new piece in oNecklace's Pink Ribbon Collection is a great way to honor them and show our support. 

It's a great reminder that we're in this together. That we can kick cancer's butt. After all, we're not only warriors. We are warriors in pink. 💟💪


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