7 Beauty Brands That Give Back This Season

What I love about the holiday season is that so many brands get into the giving spirit. With all of the shopping I do around this time of year, I can start to feel selfish and materialistic, but with a little research, you can find gifts that also support important causes.

Scroll on to see some of the beauty brands that are doing the most this holiday.

Laura Mercier: This rose gold highlighter would be gorgeous on anyone. Plus, all of the proceeds go toward the Laura Mercier Ovarian Cancer Fund.


The Lipstick Lobby: Each shade supports a different cause. This clear balm gives 100 percent of its profits to the unPrison project, which helps to empower incarcerated women and girls by teaching them life skills, creating plans for life after prison and helping them stay connected to their children.


Kiehl’s: This skincare set includes daily facial essentials and supports Feeding America.


Skylar: Perfect for anyone looking to sample some pretty scents, this holiday rollerball set gives back to Step Up, a non-profit organization that provides mentorship for underprivileged high school girls across the country.


Formula Z: This specific lipstick shade “Mission Z” helps to benefit The Trevor Project, the leading national organization that provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention to LGBTQ young people aged 13 to 24.


Tatcha: Tatcha has given us yet another reason to love its products. Every single purchase on its site helps fund girls’ education through the organization Room to Read.


Love Beauty and Planet: All proceeds of this body gift set goes toward The Recycling Partnership. They make it easy to feel good about the products you use and gift this holiday.

All of the beauty lovers on your list will love these gifts that keep on giving. Make sure to also read Budget Beauty Finds Perfect For Gift Giving and How This Beauty Brand Is Working To Eliminate Cancer + End Domestic Violence.

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Author: Evalyn Duke