Beauty Products You Can Feel Good About

By Emily Foley, October 19, 2017

True beauty lies within for cosmetic companies giving back to charitable causes. Snag these travel-friendly products to look good while doing good.

Cosmo Power Multi-Dimensional Strobing Blush

Not only does this blush take the guesswork out of highlighting, purchasing one also provides the means for Thrive Causemetics to donate products and services directly to women fighting cancer. $34, thrivecausemetics.com

Lip Creme in Psych

Made with natural oils such as jojoba, this lipstick is ultra hydrating and has major staying power. For every lip creme purchased, Atlanta-based Clove + Hallow donates 15 percent of proceeds to Mental Health America’s Georgia chapter.  $19, cloveandhallow.com

Me Time: Dead Sea Soaking Salt

Your soul will thank you after a long soak in Heritage 1933’s bath salts, designed to detoxify the skin and soothe aches and pains. For every product purchased, the company donates hair care products to women and children living in shelters. $18, heritage1933.com

Luminous 3-Minute Peel

Real Chemistry’s protein peel visibly sloughs off dead skin without irritation. Plus, $1 from every sale is donated to your choice of one of four charities. $48, myrealchemistry.com

Combat-Ready Balm

Skincado donates 15 percent of its sales to Operation Sand Flea, the brand’s nonprofit supporting U.S. soldiers. The balm calms and soothes sunburn, dry skin and other skin irritations. $27, skincando.com

Turmeric Scrub

Made with seven natural ingredients, this scrub controls skin oils and provides a healthy glow. YLLO donates 10 percent of all its sales to Girls Not Brides, an organization fighting against child marriages worldwide. $25, ylloscrub.com

GIVESCENT Signature

Inspired by a blend of Italian almond oils, this summery scent is free of harmful additives found in some perfumes. GIVESCENT donates nearly $3 for each bottle sold to Women for Women International, an organization supporting female war survivors. $49, givescent.com

The Super Couple Ultra Luxe Face Oil Serum

Packed with antioxidant-rich chia seeds, this luxury oil fights the signs of aging and imparts a healthy glow. Maya Chia also donates a portion of its net profits to Adopt-a-Village, which help build farms and schools for the Maya people in Guatemala. $85, mayachia.com

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