How beauty brands Frank Body, Evo are supporting bushfire victims

Need to restock your bathroom cabinet? Look to these beauty brands helping out Australia’s current crisis.

If you’re in the market to top up your beauty bag now is the time. Thanks to a load of homegrown heroes, you can buy your favourite shampoo, face wash and body lotion and help out Australians affected by the bushfires. Brands such as Welle Co, Ultra Violette, The Beauty Chef, Mecca, Go-To, Ella Bache, Vida Glow and ModelCo have already raised and pledged huge chunks of much-needed money for charities and fire fighters. But there’s also a tonne of other brands donating profits right now, so if you need to replenish here’s the beauty businesses currently contributing…

Frank Body

Cult skincare brand and Melbourne-born Frank Body are donating 100% of all of their Frank Body A-Beauty Scrub ($18.95, at Frank Body) profits to a number of fire-combating initiatives including WIRES, the Country Fire Authority and the NSW Rural Fire Service for the entire month of January.

Laser Clinics Australia

The skincare clinic are donating 100% of profits from sales on Thursday 9th of January to the Australian Red Cross Disaster Relief and Recovery fund. If a treatment isn’t on the cards for you, you can also help by purchasing a product from it’s in-salon skincare stocked brand Skinstitut where 100% of profits will be donated.


This newly launch Aussie skincare baby focuses on hemp and botanical infused products that encourage healing and repair. From silky facial serums to nourishing jellies they’re donating 100% of profits from Sunday 5th to Sunday 12th January to WIRES.


The haircare powerhouse has already pledged $2.5k to The Australian Red Cross and an additional $2.5k to the WWF. And now, $1 from all sales in both January and February will also be donated. You can never have enough shampoo and conditioner!

They Call her Alfie

For one week from January 5, this wellness-skincare brand is donating 100% of all online sales to the Red Cross.

Grown Alchemist

This innovative skincare and wellness company uses a combination of science and bioactive ingredients for supercharged results. For the month of January, they’re donating 100% of global sales of the Detox Hydra-Mist+ ($40, at Grown Alchemist) to the Red Cross.

If beauty isn’t your bit, head over to Spend With Them, an online initiative from bushfire survivor, author and motivational speaker Turia Pitt, it’s helping promote businesses in bushfire-affected areas.

You can also donate directly to The Red Cross, The Salvation Army Australia, Wires, WWF, NSW Rural Fire Service, Foodbank Australia and the CFA.