Monday, December 10, 2007

Gifts You Can Feel Good About

Combine your holiday shopping with supporting charities and worthy causes to feel good about holiday spending. Give twice with these super charitable presents.

Lush Charity Pot hand and body lotion

This rich hand and body lotion is made from fair traded cocoa butter from projects in the Ivory Coast and the Dominican Republic. It also contains a blend of geranium, tagetes and ylang ylang essential oils to heal and cleanse, and almond oil to leave skin soft and smooth. 100% of sales from this product go to organizations like UNICEF, WaterCan, and Unite for Children Unite Against AIDS. $19.95

Fruits & Passions Ambiance Rich Hand Soap

This sweet smelling hand soap comes in two scents, Amaryllis and Orange-Cinnamon. A portion of the proceeds goes to Habitat for Humanity to help local communities build affordable houses for families in need. $8.00

MAC Viva Glam Lipglass

For the makeup lover on your holiday list, this lip gloss is available in many different shades and is also available in lipstick form. All the sales of these products goes to the MAC AIDS Fund to support the fight against HIV/AIDS. $14.00.

The Body Shop Daisy Soap

This floral scented soap along with Hi-Shine Lip Treatment in Pale Pink are great for the skin. The vegetable soap contains daisy extract, and moisturizing Community Trade shea butter from Ghana. Sales of this soap supports UNICEF with the Stop Violence in the Home Campaign for children who have witnessed violence. $4.50.

Banana Republic Sweater

Great for winter warmth, from December 6-12 bring in a used sweater to Banana Republic stores, which they will donate to Goodwill, and you will receive 30% off regularly priced sweaters.

Gap RED Products

The Gap has a line of clothing called RED with a variety of t-shirts, sweaters, etc. On each product sold, Gap will donate half the proceeds to the Global Fund to help women and children suffering from AIDS in Africa. Look great and feel great with this RED Military Sweater. $139.99.

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