3 Beauty brands battling bullying this October
If you haven't noticed already, bullying is a pretty hot topic these days — and for good reason. Bullying is one trend we'd all like to be out of season, and this October, a bunch of beauty/fashion brands are rallying together to raise awareness for the cause. Here are just a few!
Secret Deodorant's Mean Stinks Movement
If you checked out our recent interview with Demi Lovato, you know about her work to end girl-on-girl bullying with Secret Deodorant. The brand has their Mean Stinks deodorant and a movement by the same name, and are working together with the star to raise awareness among young girls. Even better? With every purchase, Secret will donate $1 to Girls on the Run to "help keep mean out of every girl group."
Tanda Zap Acne Spot Treatment Device
Got acne? Zap it away with this cool device that uses blue light technology, sonic vibration and gentle warming to clear blemishes.
But you know what's better than getting rid of your acne? Tanda will give a portion of profits from the device to STOMP Out Bullying™. And check out their cute T-shirts in my photo above!
Soap & Glory’s PROUD MOUTH™ Campaign
Want to stomp out bullying? You're not alone! Soap & Glory has teamed up with the country's leading anti-bullying program, STOMP Out Bullying™, to create the PROUD MOUTH™ campaign! During this year-long campaign, Soap & Glory will donate $1 of every Baby Doll Sexy Mother Pucker™ sold ($15 at Sephora and www.sephora.com) to the STOMP Out Bullying™ HELPCHAT Line.
Where will the funds go exactly? A great cause! Your money will help fund additional trained counselors to help kids being bullied and who are at-risk for suicide. Their goal for the year? To raise $25,000 for the cause.