With Mental Health having more awareness, and the focus of topics of the moment due to Mental Awareness week, we want to make you aware of simple ways you can help others when buying your everyday beauty products.

Look Good Feel Better

Treating yourself might give you that good feeling. However, what if by treating yourself you could help others. The organisation Look Good Feel Better is something you need to know about. They offer fundraising events for Cancer Patients where you can plan any event you like. This amazing organisation also run make-up workshops and masterclasses to help patients “look and feel better”. Not only do they do all this amazing work you can buy one of their LGFB Beauty Boxes. These are great present ideas (especially with Christmas not far off) and only cost £25, which can be bought from their website or Debenhams. Containing travel size minis from the world’s leading brands, and worth over £80, what other reasons do you need to buy from this amazing organisation.

Kohl Kreatives

These make-up applications have taken Instagram by storm, and featured by Vogue making it something we need to add to our make-up bag. Not only do the products themselves have much recognition the brands ethics, and charitable donations don’t go without saying. All the profits go to Kohl Kares, a charity providing free workshops for transitioning transgender individuals and recovering cancer patients.

Soap Co

This is an ethical luxury brand. We especially love the Black Poppy and Wild Fig range. The products not only make you feel pampered, but by buying into the brand you are helping others. They are a social enterprise providing training and work opportunities for people who are visually impaired, have disabilities or are otherwise disadvantaged.  All the profits go back into the business so more opportunities can be provided.

This Works x Shelter

This Works is partnering with Shelter on the ‘Your Safe Space’ campaign, to raise money for the millions of people affected by bad housing and homelessness. If you don’t already have their iconic pillow spray you need it in your life. For a limited time when you are relaxed in comfort you will be helping others do the same.

Jo Malone Lily Of The Valley & Ivy Charity Candle

Jo Malone London will donate 100 per cent of the retail price (minus VAT) of its new limited-edition Lily of the Valley candle to projects that support individuals and their families facing mental health difficulties. Not only does a Jo Malone candle make your home smell good it makes it feel more comforting. By buying this candle not only is it an act of comfort for you it’s a chance to offer comfort to others.

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