Many don't know that L'Occitane has been committed to improving and supporting communities around the world since it began. One of the brand's passion projects is fighting avoidable blindness worldwide. After founder Olivier Baussan helped a blind woman in one of his shops, he was moved to put Braille on all the products' packages and was the first company to do so. Now, L'Occitane supports Orbis, an international nonprofit that helps developing nations fight blindness. In the past 16 years, it has donated over $1.8 million, with much of that money going to the Orbis Flying Eye Hospital, an airplane that boasts a mobile teaching hospital.