Beauty brands that support social causes
Isn’t it rewarding to know that the beauty brands you love are making a difference? There are brands that go beyond hair, skincare, and makeup and do more than just to make you look good. They let your inner beauty shine through with beauty that gives back.
Because the holidays are just around the corner, we thought now is the perfect time to show support for those who need it most. And so here are a few beauty brands that support worthy causes—some don't even require you to purchase anything!
Make more children happy this Christmas when you shop for Human Nature products. Beauty brand Human Nature has launched their "Kusina ng Kalinga Christmas Bundles" that allows their customers to donate meals to children with every purchase of their bundles.
- Season Skin Savers (P234.50) Inclusions: Skin Shield Oil 50ml, Rescue Balm 10g, Christmas Gift Box & Sleeve and 1 KnK Meal Donated
- Pocketful of Peace (P344.25) Inclusions: Soothing Balm 10g, Zesty Pomelo Sanitizer 50ml, Invigorating Eucalyptus Hand & Foot Salve 30g, Christmas Gift Box & Sleeve and 1 KnK Meal Donated
- Holiday Heartthrobs (P444.25) Inclusions: Hair Shaper 50g, Oil-fighting Face Wash 50ml, Shaving Cream for Men 100ml, Christmas Gift Box & Sleeve and 1 KnK Meal Donated
- His & Hers Plastic Bottle-free Joys (P524.50) Inclusions: Shampoo Bar for Men 70g, Moisturizing Shampoo Bar 70g, Christmas Gift box & Sleeve and 1 KnK Meal Donated
- Classic Skin Soothers (P589.75) Inclusions: Cooling Leg & Body Cream 100ml, Sunflower Beauty Oil Classic 50ml, Christmas Gift Box & Sleeve and 1 KnK Meal Donated
So, if you're thinking of presents to give to your family and friends, consider getting them one of Human Nature's bundles—not only will you make them smile, you're also giving another child happiness.
It's all about women helping women these days, and one brand that supports this advocacy is Benefit Cosmetics. This month, the international beauty brand is providing support to I Support the Girls Manila, an international non-profit organization that aims to provide women with hygiene essentials, including sanitary pads, tampons, and bras to underprivileged women amid the COVID-19 crisis.
All you have to do to help is donate your slightly used bras at participating Benefit branches (Mall of Asia, Trinoma, SM Megamall, ATC, and Greenbelt) and get 20% OFF on all full-sized brow products and a free brow wax voucher! Yup, no purchase needed!
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Today is #NationalNoBraDay — time to trade in your bras for brows! ?♀️ ⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ From October 13-31, donate bras at participating @benefitph branches and get 20% OFF on all full-sized brow products and a free brow wax voucher!⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ ? Benefit MOA⠀⠀ ? Benefit Trinoma⠀⠀ ? Benefit SM Megamall⠀⠀ ? Benefit ATC⠀⠀ ? Benefit Greenbelt⠀⠀ ⠀ Important Notes:⠀ ? 20% off on full-sized brow products: only applicable on the same day and same store the donation was made⠀ ? Free brow wax service: only redeemable one time until November 15 from the same store as well; must be booked via OBS⠀ ⠀ Many thanks to Benefit PH and our girl @legenczari PH National Brow Artist for this exciting collab! ??✨⠀⠀ ⠀⠀ #ISupportTheGirlsMNL #BenefitPH #BreastCancerAwarenessMonth
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US-based Filipino skincare brand Prim Botanicals is another feel-good brand that gives back—and they're not just supporting one charity, but four! For one, they are members of the 1% for the Planet, an international organization whose members contribute at least one percent of their annual sales to environmental causes. "Since all of our ingredients are sourced naturally, we feel a responsibility to help protect the resources that bring us so much joy. We want you always feel good about your decision to choose prim and promise to always do our part to give back what we can, however we can," they wrote.
Another is The Yellow Boat of Hope Foundation. Prim Botanicals has built a boat to help kids in flood-prone areas get to school through the said foundation. They have also partnered with Glory Reborn to help marginalized pregnant women "receive the medical and emotional help they need for themselves and their newborn babies" and lastly, they provide basic needs to homeless children in Manila through Tiny Blessings. "We give back, every month, whether or not we receive extra money for donations," they wrote on their website.
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Guys, is it ok that we're still not over our new look? ?? Truly all we care about is making products that feel good, smell good, look good and just do good! We only use clean non-toxic ingredients, the only animals we test on are ourselves, we give back to the planet and currently help out homeless kids in Manila, where our founder is from. ❤️ All we want to do is give you self care rituals you can feel really, really good about. Recently one of the best reviews we've ever gotten was, "The world might be going crazy but thanks to prim, I can at least smell good and feel chill in the midst of madness." ???✨
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