SEA OF CHANGE
Sylvie and Olivia Chantecaille
Mercury levels aside, here's another reason to steer clear of tuna rolls: The bluefin species (popular in sushi specials) is at risk of extinction. This is one reason why the mother-daughter duo behind Chantecaille is donating 5 percent of the proceeds from their eye and cheek compacts to the Pew Fellowship in Marine Conservation (pewoceanscience.org), which strives to stop overfishing, so your grandkids can have sashimi, too.
TROPIC OF CARING
After being led by a "nose" (industry speak for perfumer) on scent treks through the rainforests of Brazil and Costa Rica, Hoffman found more than the right fragrance for her home spa collection: She discovered the urgent need to prevent deforestation. To do her part, Hoffman is donating 20 percent of all sales from her Spa Bath and Shower collection and the new Japanese Agarwood and Madagascar Orchid fragrances to the Rainforest Foundation (rainforestfoundation.org), cofounded by her eco-mentors Sting and Trudie Styler.