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Beauty Companies That Are Giving Back to Japan

In the wake of the massive earthquake and tsunami, many beauty companies are lending a hand by donating a portion of their proceeds to help the people of Japan.

Here are a few that we've heard of so far. If you know of any, please share them with us on this message board thread and help us spread the word.


John Masters Organics is donating 100 percent of all online orders through the end of March to the Japanese non-profit Civic Force.

John Masters Organic

Tatcha Blotting Papers  are also donating proceeds to help the people of Japan. All profits from now through the end of March will benefit the Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Children in Emergency Fund.

Tatcha Blotting Papers
emerginC  is donating 20 percent of the proceeds from their Red Carpet Primer to Global Giving who supports organizations that are providing relief and aid to the victims in Japan. 

emerginC Red Carpet Primer
Shobha Hair Removal Lotion is also donating 100 percent of their proceeds to Habitat for Humanity.

 

Shoba Hair Removal Lotion 

 

 

 

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5 Replies

MrsFen
insider
3 years ago
ELF

Elf Cosmetics is donating 5% of the proceeds to Japan and also offering a 20% discount of your order, offer code JAPAN. Offer ends 4/10

 

http://www.eyeslipsface.com/


KillaKitty
insider
3 years ago
Re: Beauty Companies That Are Giving Back to Japan

Great post, thanks for sharing. I will defnintely be checkig out some of these stores!


ladyboarder9669
elite
3 years ago
Wow so great to hear beauty companies are stepping it up to help out Japan!


Supernaturalfan
insider
3 years ago
Re: Beauty Companies That Are Giving Back to Japan

Funds are definitely great and needed, but I hope they are also donating their products as well.  Especially the largest personal care products company in the world: Procter & Gamble.  Those people have lost everything, and I'm sure they'd see stuff like shampoo & deodorant as luxuries whereas before they were such "mundane" things.  Diapers & feminine products are essential too. 

Cosmetics would be true luxuries, a bit of fragrance or a lipstick could give a "lift" to those women too.


LipglossandSpandex
BLOGGER
3 years ago
Re: Beauty Companies That Are Giving Back to Japan

This is a GREAT thread! Lush is currently raising funds with the sale of their Charity Pot (Japan) hand cream and their new Rising Sun Soap. Lush is a great company with awesome products, and I love that they're helping out! (http://www.lushusa.com/shop/products/body/hand-and-body-creams/-charity-pot-%28japan%29-, http://www.lushusa.com/shop/products/bath-shower/soap/rising-sun-)

 

There are also several Etsy sellers who are donating profits (http://weheartthis.com/2011/04/15/etsy-4-for-japan/)

 

Juara will donate 10% of all sales until the end of April (http://juaraskincare.com/blog/2011/04/continue-to-support-japan-earthquake-victims-receive-an-awareness-pin-with-your-juara-purchase-yoshiko-roth-hidalgo/)

And Black Phoenix Alchemy Lab is donating all proceeds from its Holding Back the Night collection. (http://www.blackphoenixalchemylab.com/yoshitoshi.html)


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