If applying moisturiser is part of your everyday routine, why not turn it into a reason to do good? Skincare experts Kiehl’s have teamed up with the MTV Staying Alive Foundation to revamp their Ultra Facial Cream and help battle HIV/AIDS.
The iconic cream, known for it’s lightweight texture, intensely hydrating effects and nurturing ingredients, has been given a packaging update designed by British rapper Tinie Tempah. The result? A colourful and striking lid that will make you feel even better in the mornings.
Kiehl’s will donate £2 of every sale of the cream to the MTV Staying Alive Foundation to help prevent the transmission of HIV/AIDS. Since 2005, the charity has done mammoth work in the fight against HIV/AIDS, such as raising awareness through 538 projects worldwide, helping 200,000 people get tested and distributing over 7 million condoms.
Tinie Tempah Ultra Facial Cream, £43.50, Kiehl’s, available at Fenwick Kingston, Newcastle and Tunbridge Wells.