Sean “Diddy” Combs’ daughters – Jessie, D’Lila, and Chance – are giving back to the community. The Combs sisters recently visited Alexandria House in Los Angeles to give away beauty products meant to promote self-care.
Alexandria House is a safe haven for women and children transitioning from emergency shelter to permanent housing. The non-profit was established in 1996 and serves the mid-Wilshire district through housing and educational efforts meant to help women re-establish themselves.
Jessie, D’Lila, and Chance partnered with various beauty brands to make their charity efforts possible. “Last year and going into this year has been difficult for so many,” The Combs sisters told PEOPLE exclusively.
“We know how truly blessed we are, and our parents have taught us the importance of helping others,” Chance, D’Lila, and Jessie shared. “It’s something that we’ve made a goal for ourselves as we start to make our own decisions and find our paths as young women.”
The Combs sisters were meticulous about the products they included in their self-care bags. Nearly all of the brands were female-owned and use ingredients in their products that bolstered quality over quantity.
Tracee Ellis Ross’ Pattern Beauty was one of several brands included in the Combs sisters’ self-care bags. The Girlfriends star shared a snippet of her journey to creating her popular haircare line during a 2019 interview.
“They don’t teach you in school how to take a dream and turn into it into a real thing,” Tracee shared with Refinery29. “It is a huge blind spot within the community of chemists of how to determine what it is that we’re looking for when you’re dealing with different kinds of porosity in the hair, different kinds of the hair shaft, and how moisturizing and hydration penetrates for our textures,” the actress shared.
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