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Style List: 30 little pick-me-ups from brands supporting VERY good causes

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We’ve saved you the stress of heading to the shops – simply click on an item in the gallery below, and shop the full list from the comfort of your computer.

  • Thirst aid

    1% of all profits from Caudalie Vinosource S.O.S moisturiser go to environmental charities.

    £25, caudalie.com

  • Hive mind

    Neal’s Yard Remedies Bee Lovely body range has raised £120,000 to protect bees so far.

    £10, nealsyardremedies.com

  • Tool kit

    Proceeds from the Bobbi Brown X Lulu Guinness lip and eye kit help fund women’s career training.

    £35, bobbibrown.co.uk

  • High brow

    Benefit 3D BROWtones in Magenta supports female empowerment charities.

    £21.50, benefitcosmetics.com

  • Pet rescue

    Medik8’s donations to save dogs from slaughter make their Retinol 3TR even more desirable.

    £29, medik8.com     

  • Kiss a frog

    The Prince’s Trust receives 50p from every sale of L’Oreal Colour Riche AJ Nude Lipstick.

    £9.99, amazon.com

  • Purple heart

    Buy Penhaligon’s The Ingénue Cousin Flora scent to donate to Alzheimer’s Association.

    £188, penhaligons.com

  • Human touch

    The Soap Co products, including its Wild Nettle & Sage lotion, are made by disabled artisans.

    £19, thesoapco.org

  • Save water

    Try Skin Therapy Elixir from Pinch Of Colour, a brand that eschews water in its products.

    £50, cultbeauty.com

  • Smooth the way

    Kohl Kreatives’ brush sales help transitioning transgender people and cancer patients.

    £15.99, kohlkreatives.com

  • Sleep easy

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    Every sale of This Works’ Limited-Edition Deep Sleep Pillow Spray (250ml) donates £1 to the homeless charity Shelter.

    £35, thisworks.com

  • Pass the bar

    Buy L’Occitane Solidarity Soap and three children will receive Vitamin A supplements for a year.

    £4, loccitane.com

  • Brush it off

    Proceeds from Dafni’s Hair Straightening Brush provide uplifting beauty days at women’s refuges.

    £140, dafnihair.com

  • Swish swish

    For shiny hair, try Mauli’s Grow Strong Oil. They donate £1 of every sale to children’s charities.

    £32, maulirituals.com

  • Green cleanse

    All Davines products are made with clean energy – we love their hydrating Momo shampoo.

    £16.10, cultbeauty.com

  • Swipe right

    The Berry Bold shade of Avon Mark Epic lipstick splits profits between Women’s Aid and Refuge.

    £8, avon.uk.com

  • Rose gold

    Elemis has worked with Breast Cancer Care for 19 years. Indulge in their Rose Cleansing Balm.

    £43, elemis.com

  • Make scents

    Sana Jardin employs female farmers to make luxury perfumes like its Nubian Musk.

    £180 for 100ml, sanajardin.com

  • Harvest time

    The flowers in Korres’ Golden Krocus Elixir are picked by Greek locals, stabilising their incomes.

    £69, feelunique.com

  • Fresh faced

    Ren’s Ready, Steady, Glow tonic has partnered with charity Surfrider to protect the ocean.

    £25, renskincare.com

  • Good look

    1% of profits from BareMinerals’ Floral Utopia eye palette goes to women’s education.

    £29, bareminerals.com 

  • Give hope

    Philosophy’s Renewed Hope mousse mask helps fund mental health charity Wish.

    £31, lookfantastic.com

  • Body and soul

    Sustainable farms in Kenya supply ingredients for The Lost Explorer’s Marula Oil.

    £53.70, thelostexplorer.com

  • Pure and simple

    With every purchase of Aveda’s Shampure Hand & Body Wash, more people can access clean water.

    £30, aveda.co.uk

  • Girl power

    Buying this organic tampon pack from Flo helps to eradicate period poverty and FGM.

    £5.54 for 16, hereweflo.com

  • Waste not

    To tackle single-use plastic, Beauty Kitchen is offering refills of its cult hand scrub.

    £14.99, hollandandbarrett.com

  • The icon

    Since 1994, Mac’s Viva Glam lipstick has raised half a billion pounds for their Aids Fund.

    £17.50, maccosmetics.com     

  • Butter soft

    Support the Ghanaian women who make shea butter for The Body Shop’s hair masks.

    £12, thebodyshop.com

  • Pump it

    Soaper Duper’s body wash helps Water Aid to improve sanitation in disadvantaged areas.

    £8.50, boots.com

  • Helping hand

    Nourish your skin with Lush’s Charity Pot in the knowledge every penny goes to good causes.

    £4.50, lush.com     

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