It is commonly said that beauty emanates from within. Perhaps that’s why so many beauty brands have given their already well-formulated products an added dose of compassion. Through charitable partnerships, those companies are raising big funds to combat even bigger problems like world hunger, child sex trafficking, and cancer. Here are few beauty products to fall in love with that double-duty as advocates for a cause.
One can’t ever have enough hand cream, especially when it supports a cause like this. The Body Shop has been longtime partners with ECPAT International, an organization that fights against child prostitution, child pornography and sex trafficking of children. The Body Shop donates 100% of the proceeds from its Soft Hands, Kind Heart moisturizing cream to ECPAT. What’s more, the lotion is made with Community Trade organic olive oil and angelica extract for soft hand protection. If you need something to carry your new product in (or just want to do more), The Body Shop’s reusable “Stop Sex Trafficking” tote benefits the Somaly Mam Foundation. The cream ($7) and the tote ($5) are available on The Body Shop’s website and in stores.  
FEED co-founder Lauren Bush has been working hard to push her organization’s mission of eliminating hunger for children around the world. This time, she has paired with the French cosmetics brand Clarins to raise money for the UN’s World Food Programme. Clarins debuted the FEED 15 pouch in Nordstrom stores this month. The pouch is an 8.5” organic cotton reusable cosmetic bag chock-full of Clarins favorites: Moisture-Rich Body Lotion, Hand and Nail Treatment Cream, and Instant Light Natural Lip Perfector. The pouch, which costs $30, will provide 15 school meals to children in need. During the two-year partnership, FEED and Clarins hope to provide more than one million meals to students through the Food Programme.  
Nicole by OPI and Justin Bieber have joined together for the One Less Lonely Girl collection, which raises awareness for the Pencils of Promise (PoP) nonprofit. Along with Justin, PoP will help build 100 schools and provide increased educational opportunities for children living in developing countries. The collection features fourteen shades from OPI’s hip and fashion-forward line, Nicole. In true OPI fashion, they’ve all been given Bieber-themed names like “I’ve Got Bieber Fever,” “I’m a Belieber” and “OMB!” Each bottle retails for $7.99.
Ojon Founder Denis Simioni is committed to preserving the Central American region where the brand’s 500-year-old “golden elixir” is said to have originated. Every year, Ojon partners with the people of Miskito, Honduras to help preserve their rainforests and traditional way of life. Ojon works closely with MOPAWI, a nonprofit organization that promotes sustainable development in the Miskito and Garifuna populations. Over the years, Ojon has provided scholarships and rainforest preservation measures in Honduras, as well as helping to build housing for local youth. The company is currently building a secondary school and hurricane shelter for the communities in the Mosquitia region. 

Anthony Logistics is a line of personal care products tailored to men’s grooming needs. The company also donates a percentage of its proceeds to charities that raise awareness for and combat prostate cancer. Anthony Logistics works closely with the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and donates a share of the sales from its Shaveworks line to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. With popular products such as the glycolic facial cleanser ($21.00) and the moisturizing and benzocaine-free shave cream ($16.50), this is a brand that guys can feel good about all around.