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Come over all zen with Humble Warrior’s calming reishi and chamomile drink (£19.99 for six, the-humble-warrior.com).
£5 from each Share A Hug Open Ring goes to Women For Women International (£27, poshtottydesigns.com).
Learn to stop sweating the small stuff with Sarah Knight’s brilliant self-help book (£14.99, amazon.co.uk).
Through your purchases, Toms helps to provide sight, water and safer birth services for people in need (£90, toms.co.uk).
Himalayan salt lamps increase negative ions in the air to aid sleep (£24.99, greengoddesswellness.com).
Aerende’s candles are crafted by organisations supporting adults with learning difficulties (£45, aerende.co.uk).
Molton Brown’s Orange & Bergamot room spray makes a morning person out of anyone (£26, moltonbrown.co.uk).
A subscription to Positive News magazine will remind you of all the good in the world (£30 a year, positive.news).
OVER THE TOP
Stay chic with this H&M Conscious jacket and support its fair living wage initiative (£59.99, hm.com).
Gratitude journaling (noting things you feel grateful for) can improve the way you see your world (£21, kikki-k.com).
Brownies make us happy.
Try cherry, fudge and mint flavours for extra joy (£35 for six packs, lovebrownies.co.uk).
Buying this Look Good Feel Better brush funds beauty workshops for cancer patients (£11.99, feelunique.com).
Sézane have partnered with Pencils Of Promise on this T-shirt to improve access to education (£45, sezane.com).
ON THE MONEY
Not only is Crazy Rich Asians uplifting and fun, it’s proof that diversity equals box-office magic (£9.99, amazon.co.uk).
Glossier’s recyclable mirror is a pink, palmsized confidence boost you can take everywhere (£9, glossier.com).
KISS IT BETTER
Buy this Tabitha Webb x Lady Garden Foundation blouse to help fund cancer research (£295, tabithawebb.co.uk).
Textile artist Celia Birtwell has designed fun accessories for The British Heart Foundation (£6.99, bhf.org.uk).
Sana Jardin’s scents help flower harvesters in Morocco to start their own businesses (£180, sanajardin.com).
These cosy cushions are woven by Syrian women in refugee camps using life vests and blankets (£35, lovewelcomes.org).
In this pack you’ll find 20 cards with advice for navigating the trickier elements of life (£20, theschooloflife.com).
Orange and cedarwood make Rituals’ Happy Buddha cream both comforting and soothing (£19.50, rituals.com)
90% of the profits from Ninety Percent products (like this hoodie) are split between charities (£125, ninetypercent.com)
HUG IN A MUG
A perfect espresso cup, handmade by women in Asia and Africa using eco-friendly practices (£10, dassieartisan.com).
Money made from these cotton socks will help to protect Sumatran elephants (£12, critically criticallyndangeredsocks.com).
5% of Jecca’s Correct & Conceal Palette is donated to LGTBQ+ charity Stonewall (£20, jecca-makeup.com).
Dressmaker Tandi and Mothers2Mothers have teamed up to help HIVpositive women (£280, tandi-fashion.com).
Nina Rose’s silk eye masks are made from the offcuts of dresses to minimise waste (£15, ninarose.co.uk).
Eating chillies releases endorphins, so add this spicy ketchup to eggs for a morning boost (£4.50, chiswickchillies.co.uk).
Made using recycled plastic, all profits from these Adidas trainers go to protecting our seas (£96, net-a-porter.com).
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