Participate in our unique campaign to support women with disabilities in their quest to be beautiful.

Participez à notre campagne de soutien unique pour redonner aux femmes en situation de handicap leur plaisir de se faire belle.

A cause that unites us

Did you know that nearly 20% of the French female population is disabled ? It is sometimes difficult to realize it because most of them prefer to face their situation in secret.

In order to support these women as part of our actions for Women's Day on March 8, Lili Margo finances one-hour beauty workshops for women with disabilities in partnership with the association Femmes pour le dire, Femmes pour Agir (FDFA).

How to help us make a difference

For each order placed between February 22 and March 8, we will donate 10€ to our partner association to cover the cost of a woman's participation.

Meeting every week, we teach them the good practices of a good routine with the objective of relaxing and sharing around natural care products.

Our goal is to help more than 500 women benefit from this workshop. Thanks to you, we will already be able to involve 126 women since the beginning of the operation .

A long term support

Lili Margo has always been dedicated to theservice of people with disabilities. Since our creation, our products are packaged by people in work assistance centers by people with disabilities.

The story of one of them particularly touched us during one of our visits to the factory. She has little time and energy to care for herself, which made us realize that we had to do something about it. As a beauty brand, our message to women with disabilities is to encourage them to take care of themselves and their well-being in order to restore their image and confidence in their abilities.

This year, we have decided to partner with the association Femmes pour le dire, Femmes pour Agir (FDFA) to continue our commitment to the inclusion of people with disabilities.

To fight discrimination

Women are victims of multiple discriminations in all spheres of society, in particular women with disabilities. According to a survey provided by the APF, 83% of women with disabilities have difficulty carrying out their daily occupations.

The majority of them experience or suffer discrimination in their studies and/or in their professional training. These women have been and remain victims of a violent society that continues to create stereotypes that make life difficult for these people on a daily basis. Together, we will limit this discrimination and end the inequalities that these people face.