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PSA: First Aid Beauty Will Pay Off Your Student Loans RN

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If you’re looking for good news to start your day, it’s this: First Aid Beauty is giving away up to $100,000 (each!) to recent grads to pay off their student loans, and you could be one of their winners! Through the FAB AID initiative, the brand is committed to paying $1 million worth of loans (plus, they are adding 10% of the retail sales of their limited-edition FAB AID products to that million), which means you should probably apply immediately. Like, right now. 

All you have to do is submit a simple form at fabaid.com and film a short video sharing your student loans story — think: why it was important for you to take out loans, how your loans are impacting your lives and decisions, or even what you would do differently if they didn’t have to worry about loans. As for requirements, applicants have to have graduated from a 4-year undergraduate college or university between January 2018 and August 2020. The application deadline is August 31, 2020.

Don’t have loans but want to help them help others? First Aid Beauty launched limited-edition FAB AID products–the FAB AID Ultra Repair Cream and the FAB AID 101 Kit–sold exclusively at Sephora and on firstaidbeauty.com. These will generate incremental funding for the program, with 10% of retail sales being added to the brand’s $1 million commitment. I stan a brand that gives back. 

Already a FAB fan or excited to try them for the first time (trust us, we’re obsessed!)? You can also head to Student Beans, where First Aid Beauty is offering college students 15% off on firstaidbeauty.com. And should you find yourself at Sephora anytime soon, you can snag 15% off FAB products in stores with a valid college ID. 

Happy shopping and good luck! We’re so excited to hear the winners’ stories when they are announced in November. 

Madeleine managed the Her Campus national branded content team. She graduated from Fordham University in 2015, where she studied communications and marketing. Before joining HC, Madeleine most recently was the branded content editor for Delish.com and HouseBeautiful.com. She currently lives in New York City with her boyfriend and their cat, Beignet.