We surely didn’t need another reason to be die-hard Kiehl’s fans, but here we are with another. Not only does Kiehl’s do our skin good, but at the heart of the brand is a strong focus on helping communities. For the past 160 years, it has raised over $2.5 million for children’s charities throughout the world. In 2014, the company launched Kiehl’s Rocks for Kids in an effort to help organizations across Canada that strive to help children and youth. The first collaboration was with Canada’s own Simple Plan and together they raised $40,000 for the Simple Plan Foundation.
This year, the brand partnered with multi-JUNO Award winning singer, musician and songwriter Lights to support MusiCounts. MusiCounts is a Canadian music education charity that helps provide musical instruments to kids and at-risk youth. What we love most about Kiehl’s giving back to communities is that it makes it easy for all of us to get involved behind some great causes. The simple purchase of the quintessential Ultra Facial Cream by consumers will see 100 percent of the net proceeds donated to MusiCounts.
Just in case you aren’t hooked on this product yet, it’s one of the most coveted items the brand carries. It’s especially perfect for the coming colder months, as it keeps skin moisturized in very cold, dry and extreme conditions. The limited-edition cream even features an illustration by Lights on the label. It’s as easy as one, two, three: Buy your favourite product, do your skin some good and give back.
The Ultra Facial Cream is now available at Kiehl’s stores nationwide and retails for $57. Help the brand reach its objective of raising $50,000 for MusiCounts in Canada.