The beauty brands to shop with to support the Australian bushfire relief effort

The Beauty Brands To Shop With To Support The Australian Bushfire Relief

Bank cards, at the ready!

Beauty Crew Digital Content Editor / January 10 2020

Across Australia, hundreds of bushfires are burning while our country struggles in the grips of a catastrophic bushfire crisis. As the furious inferno continues, it can be easy to feel helpless, but there are many ways you can help

Of course, donating directly to a relief effort is one of the best ways to help. But, if you’re needing to stock up on some of your go-to beauty essentials, we’ve got good news. Loads of your favourite beauty brands are jumping on board to support relief efforts during Australia’s bushfire crisis and we’ve rounded them up below. 


From 6 - 9 January Blaq will donate 100 per cent of all sales directly to @nswrfs and @wireswildliferescue as they continue to fight the fires and cure all wounded the Australian wild animals.

Blaq is also donating $1 for every like on the below post towards the NSW Rural Fire Service and WIRES Wildlife Rescue.


On Monday 6 January, evo made donations of 2.5k to both the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief & Recovery fund and the WWF to help support the humans and wildlife affected by the bushfires. For sales made through during January and February, evo will also donate an additional $1 per retail unit to provide further support to these charities.


Cannabella will be donating 100 per cent of profits until Sunday 12 January to WIRES Wildlife Rescue. Their fellow team member Poppy Richard (@squigglesnyc) designed the prints which are for sale with all profits going to charity also.

Frank Body

For the month of January Frank Body will be donating 100 per cent of all global sales of the A-Beauty Scrub to @wireswildliferescue, @cfavic and @nswrfs to support bushfire relief across Australia.

Hop And Cotton

Hop And Cotton is donating 100 per cent of profits from 9 - 16 January to the bushfire crisis.

The Jojoba Company

On 10 January, The Jojoba Company is pledging 100 per cent of profits from online sales to key bushfire relief charities.

Kora Organics

On 10 - 11 January, Kora Organics will donate 100 per cent of profits from online sales to support bushfire relief in Australia.


For the 48 hours (ending 8:00pm AEDT on 7 January) WelleCo will donate 100 per cent of profits from online sales to the NSW Rural Fire Service.

Which brand will you be stocking up on? Let us know in the comments.

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Isobel is a Digital Content Editor at BEAUTYcrew, marie claire and InStyle. When she's not busy hunting for the latest beauty news, you’ll find her arranging her skincare collection in search of the perfect “shelfie.” Isobel was previously BEAUTYcrew's Junior Beauty Writer.

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