This Sunday, April 22, is Earth Day and beauty companies are getting in the spirit to do good and go green. Already, brands like Josie Maran and Kiehl's are adopting a charitable attitude with their eco-inspired programs. But below you can find discounts for this weekend that will save you money, and go to a worthy cause. Get the codes when you read more.
Origins: Purchase any skin care product and get a free wish bracelet and compilmentary shipping. Just use the code "WISH," and Origins will also plant a tree in honor of your wish for a better Mother Earth.
Beautorium: Everyone loves a sale, and you can find an organic beauty bargain with these discounts that last until Sunday. If you spend $50 or more, type in "SAVE10" to get 10 percent off your purchase. Spend $150 plus and use "SAVE15" for 15 percent off. And "SAVE20" will get 20 percent slashed off your checkout above $250.
Tarte Cosmetics: This natural beauty line partnered with Lauren Conrad, makeup artist Amy Nadine, and Kristin Ess from The Beauty Department to create a special kit available only for Earth Month. Buy one and 20 percent of the funds will go to Wine To Water, an organization that works to provide clean water to those in need.
Zoya: This weekend don't chuck your old polish, exchange it instead for six (or up to 24!) new planet-friendly lacquers. You will get 50 percent off when you enter "EARTHZOYA2012." All you have to do is pay shipping and handling to send those old gunky polishes away to the trash.
John Masters Organics: Today through Monday, you can get 25 percent off all of the brand's luxury natural products. Just use the code "EARTH12" to get your money's worth.
Pangea Organics: In homage to Earth Day, receive 20 percent off the entire site. Plus, every $50 purchase comes with a free sample of the brand's Facial Mask from Saturday until the end of Earth Month.
Lavanila: Social media gives back! Like Lavanila's Facebook page and a tree will be planted by the Nature Conservancy from now until April 30. And once 4,000 likes are reached, customers get 30 percent off (and a second tree will be born).
21 Drops: The essential oil-based brand is giving back by donating 10 percent of its revenue from April to Plant Savers United, an organization that aims to protect native medicinal plants.
Soap & Glory: How long is your shower? Try to get it down to a two-minute rinse, and you could win free goodies. Explain your short shower methods on the Soap & Glory Facebook page and you might just have a few extra products in your beauty stash.
Melvita: "Bee" good to the planet. Buy any of the items from the Apicosma line of products before Monday, and 10 percent of the profits with go to the PUR Project to assist Peruvian beekeepers.