10 Girl-Power Beauty Products That Will Make You Instantly Confident

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Women’s empowerment arguably matters more today than ever. As we continue to support each other and pave the way for our future young leaders, there are easy, small gestures we can make to further the cause. Quite a few major beauty brands are taking the initiative by donating portions of their profits to women-centric organizations. For those who can’t make it to the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., or other events across the nation, these brands make it possible to help those in need.

Beauty Gives Back

Full Mini Kit

$47

S.W. Basics

S.W. Basics

Brooklyn-based skincare brand S.W. Basics has launched a Women's March collection available on their website. It's available at a discounted price until Saturday, and 100% of the proceeds will go toward the Women's March.

Stronger Together Collection

$64

Beautiful Rights

Beautiful Rights

Beautiful Rights launched shortly after the results of the 2016 election were announced. Created by beauty industry veteran Kristen Leonard, 20% of all sales are donated to a variety of women-centric organizations including Planned Parenthood and Emily's List.

Facial Kit

$84

Meow Meow Tweet

The Meow Meow Tweet

The Meow Meow Tweet is a vegan apothecary offering handcrafted personal care products. The brand has donated an undisclosed amount to the Women's March and the ACLU (a sponsor of the march).

Youth Moisturizing Cream

$48

A-Complete

A Complete

Another relatively new line, A Complete is dedicated to giving back to women. Created by one of Latin America’s most recognized businesswomen and philanthropists, Angélica Fuentes, A Complete is donating 6% of proceeds to the Angélica Fuentes Foundation, which supports labor force, female protection and gender equality.

Jackie Faux Lash Set

$38

Thrive Causemetics

Thrive Causemetics

When Thrive Causemetics founder Karissa Bodnar lost a friend to cancer, she was inspired to start a beauty brand that goes beyond skin-deep to empower women. For every product purchased, the brand donates one to women in need.

Midnight Recovery Concentrate

$46

Kiehl's

Kiehl's

Besides being a household name in the beauty industry, Kiehl's also serves more than 100 local communities. One of the brand's biggest philanthropic efforts is the Lower East Side Girl's Club, which delivers programs in arts, literacy, science, health and leadership for girls and young women ages 8 to 23.

Clay Mask

$42

Fig + Yarrow

Fig+Yarrow

Denver-based brand Fig+Yarrow focuses on organic beauty and skincare, with an especially amazing range of clay masks. The brand is donating 10% of all profits from online sales and purchases made in their brick-and-mortar shop to the Women's March.

Honestly Effortless Sea Salt Spray

$18

Honest Beauty

Honest Beauty

The Honest Company helps provide access to computer science education, and in partnership with Code.org and Girls Who Code, the brand works with female computer science teachers to provide them as role models for young girls, who are underrepresented in the computer science industry.

Hammam Soaps Jasmine Of Arabia

$36

Senteurs d’Orient

Senteurs d’Orient

Handmade in Lebanon by a staff of 90% women, Senteurs d’Orient creates bath and personal care products in support of female workers. It is currently a member of the United Nations Development Program for Women’s Education, and 10% of the proceeds from every sale are donated to help Lebanese women.

Oasis Hydrating Treatment

$48

H2O Plus

H2O+

Last year H2O+ kicked off its Making Waves initiative to support organizations that empower underserved women and girls by increasing opportunities that will help them realize their fullest potential. The brand proudly supports Girls Inc. of Alameda County, which serves 8,000 girls and their families in Northern California.