The holidays are a time to give back but it's also the time you want to look your best. Childhood friends, long lost relatives, and family and friends all gather together and who could blame you for wanting to make a good impression. Luckily, looking great and giving back aren't mutually exclusive. Get some good karma along with your beauty with these charitable product offers.
Philosophy's WhyHunger Shampoo, Shower Gel & Bubble Bath
Why it's good for you: This cranberry and currant scented shower gel gives a lovely lather and will fill your tub or shower with the tangy, fruity scent that will warm up any chilly day.
Why it's good for others: 100% of net proceeds from this product go to WhyHunger
Dr. Dennis Gross's Extra-Strength Daily Face Peel
Why it's good for you: Whether you're a 20-year-old suffering from dull winter-lagged skin or a 50-year-old worried about aging, this at-home peel is a winner. Perfect for the face, neck, or even the backs of your hands, this two-step process will make way for softer, plumper, more radiant skin.
Why it's good for others: A portion of the proceeds from each unit sold go to the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
Lush Charity Pot
Why it's good for you: This soft and luxurious cocoa butter cream is perfect for the winter months as it nourishes and hydrates parched skin.
Why it's good for others: Unlike other charity products, every cent, except for the tax, is donated to the brand's roster of charities around the world.
Chantecaille's The Elephant Palette
Illamasqua's Sophie Smoky Eye Set
Why it's good for you: This kit gives you everything you need to get the perfect, holiday party-ready smoky eye.
Why it's good for others: The profits from this kit benefit the The Sophie Lancaster Foundation which works to fight against hate and intolerance driven crimes.