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As you all already know, it has become so vital nowadays for people to come together and do what is necessary to support one another. Which is why this week, we would like to shine a light on 3 beauty brands that have been committed to helping communities around the world in this time of uncertainty.

Between social media giveaways to thanking our front line heroes for their hard work, donating a percentage of their sales to special organisations and helping the world become a cleaner space for all, we’re very proud to introduce some of the beauty brands that are making the world just a little bit better.


Let’s start off with Humble, a natural deodorant brand created by Jeff Shardell who realised that the products he was buying on a weekly basis were filled with harmful chemicals that were linked to illnesses such as cancer and Alzheimer’s disease. After trying out all-natural products that were already on the market, Jeff wasn’t satisfied with the outcomes, which is why he decided to take matters into his own hands to create his own brand of natural deodorants.

During Covid-19, Humble has organised a special giveaway, and gave away 500 sticks of deodorant to medical teams to say a big thank you for all their hard work. We absolutely loved the idea and although the giveaway is not over, we hope to see more great stuff from Humble in the future!

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We're giving away 500 sticks of deodorant to medical teams on the front lines to say 💙THANK YOU💙 for all their hard work and sacrifice, and we need your help! 🙏⁠ ⁠ We will be selecting 10 medical professionals to win 50 STICKS EACH to share with their teams. Here's where you come in. We want you to tell us WHO needs them. ⁠ ⁠ ➡️ Nomination is EASY! ⬅️⁠ 1️⃣ Tag a medical team member (nurse, doctor, medical technician, staff, etc!) below and tell us why they need some extra love.⁠ 2️⃣ Tag a friend and spread the word! Each tag is an entry. ⁠ 3️⃣ BONUS ENTRY: SHARE this giveaway on your feed and/or stories tagging us @humblebrands and use #humbleheroes ⁠ ⁠ We felt this was one way we could express our gratitude and appreciation. Giveaway closes Friday 4/17 at midnight PST. Winners will be announced on our stories and contacted via DM. Stay safe and healthy friends! ⁠

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Fake eyelashes brand Velour, who makes “faux lashes for real life”, have also been striving to make a difference by launching a Giving Back To Our Community campaign for which they introduced a collection of lashes under $15. On top of that, 50% of the proceeds will be donated to Global Citizen & World Health Organization’s Covid-19 relief fund!

Knowing that customers are not particularly able to indulge at the moment, Velour thought this would be something exciting to look forward to as well as give back to the wider community, and we thought this was a brilliant way to meet everyone’s needs in a generous and thoughtful way!


H2O+ is a brand that have devoted all their research to bettering the cosmetics industry by introducing innovative products, and they’ve recently launched their 20/20 clean conscience initiative in the aim to introduce beauty products that deliver real results, without compromising on the sensory experience.

Aware of their brand mission, Clean The world, a global health organisation committed to improving the quality of life for vulnerable communities, reached out to the Japanese beauty brand and asked them if they would be interested in donating some products, which H2O+ didn’t think twice about. The brand donated a list of products which included soap and full sized body wash to better the lives of vulnerable communities in these difficult times, and we loved hearing about it!

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