1. Bitchin' Design Co. aims to bring awareness to a variety of issues with its voicey products — including mental health, LGBTQ rights, women's rights, violence against women and children, racism, and way more.
3. Little Pickle Memories makes keepsake products that are inclusive of ALL parents — single, adoptive, lesbian, gay, ALL — and gender-neutral.
4. B Condoms makes lubricated, odorless, all-natural condoms. but doesn't stop there where wellness and safety are concerned! The brand also partners with nonprofits, donates thousands of condoms, and works to reduce STIs, unplanned pregnancy, and human trafficking in the Black community.
5. Conscious Step makes cozy socks but also uses the proceeds to benefit a variety of different causes that you get to pick!
6. Ekobo makes sustainable bamboo home goods but goes the extra mile to educate folks on how to be more eco-friendly. Each product has in-depth details about how long it may take to decompose and how to properly dispose of it so we can all do our part.
7. Wad-Free makes bedsheet detanglers to prevent your linens from wadding up in the washer and dryer. Genius, right? The brand also donates to the American Brain Tumor Association for brain cancer research.
Wad-Free is a woman-owned small business founded by inventor Cyndi, who taught herself computer-aided design (CAD) to design this product after having lotsa trouble with her sheets wadding up in the washer and dryer. (And yuppp, you def prob saw her on Shark Tank. Look at how Cyndi's soaring! 🥰🦈)
Promising review: "I was mildly skeptical, but it works exactly as promoted! I've used it five times and each time there's been no twisting of the sheets and no pillowcases balled up and still wet when the dryer goes off. Super helpful that it comes with two units, one for the top sheet and one for the fitted sheet, so I don't have to split them into separate loads. I no longer dread washing sheets and plan to buy some of these as gifts. LOVE it!" —Amazon Customer
8. Chemo Cozy makes snuggly fleece jackets with details designed so people in chemotherapy or any type of infusion treatment feel much comfier. The jackets have specially located zippers to allow universal access to ports, PICC lines, or forearms by clinical staff without folks needing to disrobe in a cold office.
9. Green City Living is dedicated to making reusable, eco-friendly home goods that make it easy to reduce waste. You'll find reusable paper towels, sponges, and even coffee filters.
10. Nalgona Positive Shop sells clothing and accessories to inspire body positivity and cultural pride. It's run by Nalgona Positivity Pride (NPP), an eating disorders awareness org offering eating disorder education and support for those in the BIPOC community who struggle with eating and body image.
11. Pick 'N Peel Stones makes palm-sized lava rocks that can be picked in efforts to help ease folks who experience anxiety or general nervous energy.
12. Empathy Grown handmakes really beautiful polymer clay earrings. 15% to 20% of the proceeds from the designs go toward organizations OR individuals supporting Black, brown, and Indigenous lives.
13. Cheekbone makes cruelty-free makeup that's also highly pigmented so you get all the color you prefer in a beat. The best part? The brand was founded so that Indigenous youth would see themselves represented in the beauty industry.
15. Magic Linen makes linen home goods meant to keep you cozy and last you a couple of forevers. This family-owned business also takes care to source materials from other locally based, family-owned brands to support their community.
Magic Linen is based in Lithuania, BTW. Also, you'll be happy to know that the brand accepts custom orders!
Promising review (for the cinnamon waffle blanket): "We now own the waffle blanket in two colors — the dusty rose and the cinnamon — and we are obsessed with both. Amazing quality, comfort, and style." —Brittney Y.