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Beauty Brands Against Bullying

Beauty Brands Team Up Against Bullying

Ah, if only Mean Girls were just a movie. For thousands of kids returning to school, bullying is a cruel reality — and some beauty brands are taking notice by partnering with foundations that encourage kids and teens to be kind. Secret is donating $1 of every purchase of its Mean Stinks Clinical deodorant ($8) to Girls on the Run, a nonprofit that emphasizes confidence and positive behavior through running. Smart-mouthed body care brand Soap & Glory is donating money from Sexy Mother Pucker lip gloss in Baby Doll ($15) to help STOMP Out Bullying's help line for bullied kids. What's more, the nonprofit will also receive a portion of proceeds from Tanda's Zap acne device ($49). Because no matter how you look at it, there's nothing beautiful about being mean.

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