Sense Bath & Body Collection Gift Set, $49.99 at William Roam
For every product purchased from William Roam's vegan, cruelty-free, chemical-free and moisturizing Sense line, the brand plants one tree through its partnership with American Forests. Over 11,000 trees have been planted to date.
Smooth Skin Delights, $35 at Kiehl's
For its 10th annual limited-edition charitable holiday collection, Kiehl's partnered with artist Andrew Bannecker. A whopping 100 percent of net profits of the collection, up to $100,000, will go to Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger relief organization. The donation will help provide 1,000,000 meals to families this holiday season.
Killawatt Freestyle Highlighter CLF Edition in Diamond Ball-Out, $34 at Fenty Beauty
The much-buzzed-about highlighter is now in a limited-edition platinum shade. And 100 percent of every purchase benefits the Clara Lionel Foundation, Rihanna’s nonprofit organization dedicated to helping education, health and emergency response programs around the world.
MoonBox, $34 at MoonBox
Astrology lovers, MoonBox is for you. It's a monthly subscription box of goodies that arrives with a detailed astrological moon calendar. Each box is full of holistic healing, beauty and wellness finds. The brand partnered with Trees for the Future, an organization that teaches communities how to use the Forest Garden system to spread more sustainable farming practices. It plants a tree for every MoonBox purchased. To date, it has planted over 18,287 trees.
Sit & Stay Medium-Dark Roast Blend, $13.99 at Grounds & Hounds Coffee Co.
As you might have guessed from the name, Grounds & Hounds has a lot of love for puppies. Twenty percent of the profits of its Fair Trade organic coffee go to support organizations that help rescue puppies.
Early Bird & Twilight, $18.99 at Twice
Twice was co-founded by brothers Julian and Cody Levine along with Lenny Kravitz (yes, that Lenny Kravitz). The brand makes toothpaste that puts Crest to shame with its delicious taste and sleek packaging. Ten percent of company profits goes to the GLO Good Foundation to help give underserved communities around the world dental care.
Ambient Lighting Edit - Unlocked, $80 at Hourglass
The great thing about this palette is that it literally flatters every skin tone. The really great thing is that 5 percent of sales goes to the Nonhuman Rights Project to help support and protect animals in need.
Try Me Kit, $29.95 at Golden Door
Golden Door, the luxury spa you see all the celebs going to on Instagram, actually gives 100 percent of its proceeds from its artisan food, skin care line and spa to various children's charities.
Coconut Deodorant, $14 at Sand Cloud
This all-natural deodorant not only protects you from odor without exposing you to chemicals; it also gives 10 percent of each purchase gives back to charities that protect marine life and ocean ecosystems. The ultimate wetness protector.
6-Month Gift Subscription, $27 at Billie
Billie is the female version of Dollar Shave Club. Along with eliminating the need to shop (and overpay) for a new razor each month, it donates 1 percent of all revenue to women’s causes throughout the world, including Christy Turlington Burns' Every Mother Counts foundation.
The season for giving back is upon us, but with so many things to fix in the world, how do you decide to divvy up your donations? Considering all the disasters, natural and otherwise, that have occurred in 2018 alone, it’s hard to know where to start.
While we can make a case for almost any cause, here’s an easy, rewarding way to make sure your dollars go to worthy causes: Spend your money on holiday gifts (you’re buying them anyway!) that donate at least part of proceeds to charity. We rounded up the best beauty charity buys and they include everything from razors to deodorants to toothpaste to face palettes while covering a wide spectrum of charities.
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