All of the proceeds from this facial cream will go to Payatas kids
Look for this limited-edition Kiehl's Ultra Facial Cream starting in June, or pre-order now.
(SPOT.ph) It’s one of their most popular formulas, with four bottles sold per minute around the world. Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Cream, which promises 24-hour hydration, is known for having been used by Mt. Everest climbers during a trek to the peak in 1988. It boasts ingredients like Antarcticine, a glycoprotein from the Antarctic Sea that helps skin retain water, and squalene, which aids in cell regeneration.
The limited-edition Kiehl's Ultra Facial Cream (P1,575) will have packaging designed by Isabelle Daza and Erwan Heussaff.
It’s no surprise that the cream has been a favorite among the brand’s fans since the ’70s, and if you’re thinking of giving it a try, look for the specially designed, limited-edition packaging they’ll be releasing in June under the #StartItRightwithKiehls campaign—100% of the proceeds of your purchase will benefit the Payatas Orione Foundation. The group feeds malnourished kids, and with this Kiehl’s project, children aged two to eight in a Supplemental Feeding Program will get one full meal every day of the week. There's no better reason to stock up!