Los Angeles, CA, July 17, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- A new skincare company has launched that seeks to not only improve one’s skin, but their communities. Humble and Lavi’s mission combines high-quality products with charity. They do so by donating 5% of every sale they make to a wide variety of causes.
The company believes in helping communities and individuals making positive changes in the world around them as well as bringing awareness to the various challenges facing communities today. They empower others by allowing individuals to write in and suggest charities that Humble and Lavi can add to their growing list of causes.
Currently, they support Save the Children, Habitat for Humanity, and A Place Called Home, among others. To see a full listing of the organizations currently supported by Humble and Lavi, please see their Local Community & Charities page.
While a desire to give back is a big part of Humble and Lavi’s mission, they are also primarily devoted to giving their customers the best in skin care products. Their line includes a variety of cleansers, moisturizers, and night creams. They also carry anti-aging products.
Humble and Lavi proudly makes each of their products in the United States and does not test its products or any of the ingredients on animals. To learn more about their inventory, policies, and other information, please see the website.
To further their connection with their customers and to help them look and feel their best, Humble and Lavi have a Facebook page where they share positive messages, beauty and fitness tips, and news about the company. They also have a blog where readers can learn about a variety of topics, including the benefits of Rosehip seed oil and how to improve one’s productivity. Visitors can also connect via Twitter and Instagram.
About Humble and Lavi: Humble and Lavi is a beauty and lifestyle brand committed to improving the communities and health of their customers. They consider integrity, fun, and generosity to be their guiding principles and encourage innovative thinking and individuality.