These Beauty Brands Are Using Profits To Help Fight The Coronavirus
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is affecting and halting nearly every industry, but the beauty community is continuing business to donate a portion of their profits to help combat COVID-19. You can help these brands give more to communities affected by COVID-19 while treating yourself to some beauty products.
In the midst of COVID-19, we've been thinking a lot about our community.
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— HAUS LABORATORIES (@hauslabs) March 16, 2020
Lady Gaga just announced that she will be participating in the televised benefit concert for COVID-19, “One World: Together at Home,” and she also announced she will be giving back through her beauty brand. Gaga’s beauty brand, Haus Labs, is donating 20 percent of last week’s profits to the Los Angeles and New York food banks.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, we’re supporting @FeedingAmerica to help those in need during this time of uncertainty. We'll be donating 10,000 meals a day for 30 days to @FeedingAmerica's COVID-19 Response Fund + will MATCH donations. Learn more: https://t.co/ITYN3Qivcc pic.twitter.com/Mwfw2ifHBC
— Farmacy Beauty (@FarmacyBeauty) March 17, 2020
The skincare brand, Farmacy, has set up a donation page on their website and pledged to match every contribution made. Farmacy is also committing to donating 10,000 meals to Feeding America over the next 30 days.
As the impact of COVID-19 continues to be felt around the world, we are taking the next step to protect the safety of our communities by closing retail stores across N.A. Effective today, March 16 until at least March 27. Stay healthy, be safe and look out for one another. pic.twitter.com/V4ObN8TmnV
— The Body Shop (@TheBodyShopUS) March 16, 2020
The Body Shop has closed for business to ensure the safety of its workers and customers but is committing to giving back to communities affected by COVID-19. The Body Shop is parters with senior communities and shelters to donate 30,000 units of cleansing products through the US and Canada, also providing cleansing products for their employees.
The shaving brand, Billie, is expanding its collection to feature out-of-shower beauty products and fulfilling their 1% social mission by donating $100,000 to food banks across America.
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— Hero Cosmetics (@herocosmetics) January 6, 2020
As of March 23, Hero Cosmetics is pledging to donate 20% of its week’s sales to the Center for Disaster Philanthropy COVID-19 Relief Fund. Hero Cosmetics is also offering free domestic shipping in the U.S. for its popular acne patch product.
The beauty brand is known for its “patch technology” skincare products, Peace Out, is offering customers deals while giving back to the community close to the brand. Peace Out Founder, Enrico Frezza, is donating 10% of its profits to hospitals of his hometown in Milan, Italy. Peace Out is offering customers 20% off on its website and donating 10% of sales to locals impacted by COVID-19 while providing products to front line medical workers.