8 Gifts for the Person Who Wants to Make a Change in the World, One Beauty Product at a TimeNovember 30, 2020
Smell good, feel good. The brand’s Acqua for Life initiative invests in water programs that help deliver access to drinking water all over the world. This year through December 2, 30% of each purchase will be donated to the cause. With its luxe blue bottle and fresh scent, the Ocean di Gioia fragrance is our pick to gift.
Touchland’s line of Instagrammable hand sanitizers belong in everyone’s stocking this year. The formula smells good and is dermatologist-tested. You can feel good about the fact that the brand donates 5% of its profits to send sanitizing solutions to developing countries.
This creamy matte lipstick will look gorgeous on any skin tone and is infused with nourishing vitamin E, making it perfect for winter. The best part? One hundred percent of net profits will go to the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence. Other lipsticks from the line benefit organizations like the ACLU, the unPrison Project and Planned Parenthood.
We love to support brands that do good things, and YSL is one of them. The brand has recently launched Abuse is Not Love, a global program to help to combat intimate partner violence by supporting the prevention programs of non-profit partners. That’s a cause we can get behind, so we’ll be showing our support by shopping gift sets like this cute lip-shaped lipstick offering.
For the past seven years, Kiehl’s has partnered with Feeding America to provide meals to children facing hunger. This year, proceeds from this limited-edition set of crowd-pleasing products, including the Ultra Facial Cream and Calendula Herbal-Extract Toner, will go directly to the cause.
This set contains everything needed to create a natural, bright-eyed look. We’re big fans of the Brilliant Eye Brightener, a product that can be used on the lash line or brow bone for a lifting effect. We also love that for every product purchased, the brand donates to causes that help women while they are fighting cancer, dealing with domestic abuse, emerging from homelessness or adjusting to life after the military.