Proceeds from these pampering products support our most cherished causes
By Amber Efé
Photography by Massimo Gammacurta
(From left to right:)
Noodle & Boo Sugar Mama Honey Bar ($12; noodleandboo.com).
Twenty percent of pro?ts are donated to children’s charities.
Trish McEvoy Be Prepared Pink Maxed Out Gloss Kit ($28 Nordstrom.com).
The net proceeds support the Girl Scouts.
Billy Jealousy Bar None Face Wash ($18; billyjealousy.com).
A portion of revenue is invested in arts education.
63-North PYOR Just Lotion ($16; 63-north.com).
At least 1 percent of the company’s gross sales goes toward environmental sustainability.
M.A.C Viva Glam lipstick VI ($14; maccosmetics.com).
Every cent supports the ?ght against HIV/AIDS.
Benefit Big Magic Gloss ($14; benefitcosmetics.com).
Net proceeds are donated to Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Philip Kingsley No Scent No Colour Shampoo ($24; philipkingsley.com).
The company helps build the self-esteem of cancer patients by providing hair-growth treatments.
Ojon Leave-in Glossing Cream ($30; ojon.com).
A portion of the proceeds is earmarked for the preservation of Central American rain forests.