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We knew when we started 10 Degrees Cooler that ours would be a giving company, and, as such, a portion of the net proceeds from each sale of our products will go to local, national, and international charitable organizations. In just the past couple of years, for example, your purchases have translated into thousands of dollars in cash and product donations to The American Cancer Society, and we are thrilled in 2023 to begin supporting the Beagle Freedom Project!


From an early age, Andreea Farcas has sought ways to be of service. Whether she was raising more than $15,000 for a man who could not otherwise afford a much-needed prosthetic arm, or assisting in lifesaving surgeries for prisoners and other high-risk patients, Andreea instinctively seeks ways to give of herself to those in need. Recently, Andreea has worked directly with Ukrainian refugees fleeing the war in their country to Romania. She has provided comfort and aid, helped to relocate them to safe homes around Europe, and hosted fund raising events to raise money for their valiant cause.

Cameron (who at 17 travelled alone to Haiti, spending months teaching English and guitar in a mountain village) believes 10 Degrees Cooler’s motto, “Abundance & Gratitude” translates into supporting those who spend their lives trying to better our world. A volunteer for such Los Angeles-area charities as Community Healing Gardens, Young Storytellers, Heal The Bay, and Feed The Need, Cameron also shares with Andreea a passion for rescuing dogs (including their German Shepherd, Lily — 10 Degrees Cooler’s mascot and Head Of Security). For you, our valued clients, the fact that 10 Degrees Cooler is a giving company means you can feel great knowing that, in addition to caring for yourself and the environment by staying organic in your skin care regimen, you are also contributing to worthy organizations making every effort to better our world in ways small and large. And for that we thank you!

Black and white photo of 10 Degrees Cooler Head of Security, Lily, (a happy-looking German Shepherd dog).


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