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L’Occitane team up with UNICEF for charity soap

L’Occitane make some of the most luxurious beauty products on the market and now they have launched a new charity line. 

The French company have recently formed an allegiance with UNICEF, producing a new product called Solidarity Soap.

Any of the profits generated from sales of Solidarity Soap will be donated to eye-health projects run by NGOs in developing countries.

L’Occitane outlined their programme on their official website:

In developing countries, up to 500,000 children go blind each year because of Vitamin A deficiency. L’OCCITANE is proud to support UNICEF’s International Vitamin A Supplementation Programme and will donate 100% of profits* from the sale of this soap to support this vital cause.

1 soap = 1 year of Vitamin A for 3 children

Wrapped in natural craft paper highlighted by vivid tones of blue and green, this little shea butter soap is a step to ending childhood blindness throughout the world.

Designed by a 9-year old artist name Célestin, its fun and sweet eye pattern conceals a lush bar of shea butter soap, with a creamy texture that cleanse the skin while enveloping it with a soft perfume.”

Colin J McCracken

My Good Planet Director, Colin J McCracken, is a content designer, editor and writer from Ireland. Giving form and function to the My Good Planet vision, it has been his role to design and develop the platform and ethos of the project. Contact: [email protected]