Invite-a-Friend Charity Options
Tell us more about the Invite a Friend charity partnership
Our Invite a Friend code offers you the option to support registered charities that make a positive difference to lives everyday.
When a friend signs up with your code, they’ll get their first and fifth Daily Dosers for just £3.50. You’ll earn credit as soon as they receive their first box, which we can donate on your behalf to one of our charity partners – via the giving platform Work for Good – or apply it to your next order. You can change this at any time through your account.
There’s no limit to how many times you can share your code – and the gift of healthy skin. Every time a friend signs up, we can give to charity and you can choose your preferred option where your donation goes from our list of charity partners.
Tell me more about the charities I can donate to
Skin + Me partners with registered charities that align with our values both as a business and as a force for better in the world.
We offer customers who have shared their code successfully the option to choose which of our current charity partners they want to support with a donation.
What specific charities can I donate to?
We are currently partnering with three charities – Women’s Aid, Mental Health Foundation and Young Lives Vs Cancer. Every time you successfully share your code, you will have a chance to choose which one of the below charities to support.
Women’s Aid is a grassroots federation working together to provide life-saving services in England and build a future where domestic abuse is not tolerated.
Mental Health Foundation
The Mental Health Foundation is the UK’s charity for everyone’s mental health. With prevention at the heart of what they do, The Mental Health Foundation aims to find and address the sources of mental health problems so people and communities can thrive.
Young Lives Vs Cancer
Cancer doesn’t discriminate. Today, 12 more children and young people will hear the devastating news they have cancer. Young Lives Vs Cancer work to limit the isolation, debt and fear of the future that cancer can cause.