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Kiehl's partners with Alicia Keys and Keep a Child Alive

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Over 160 years ago Kiehl's was founded as an old-world apothecary in New York's East Village. Since then Kiehl's has grown into a recognized, worldwide skincare and beauty brand. However, Kiehl's has never forgotten the power and commitment to helping communities. Kiehl's Gives is an initiative that supports three causes, HIV/AIDS research, environmental issues and children's well-being. Which is why it is no surprise that Kiehl's is partnering up with Grammy award winning artist and philanthropist Alicia Keys, and Keep a Child Alive. Keep a Child Alive Foundation was co-founded by Alicia Keys; whose mission is to provide life-saving HIV treatment, care, nutritious food, support services and love to children and families affected by HIV.

Kiehl's is selling a special edition of their popular Midnight Recovery Concentrate with 100% of net profits, up to $200,00 from the worldwide sales benefiting Keep Child Alive. The special edition bottle will include a call to action from Alicia Keys to, "Join our movement" along with the logo of the foundation. Buying one bottle of Midnight Recovery Concentrate will provide one month of HIV care, medicines and love to a child living with HIV. “We are proud to continue this important philanthropic work with Keep a Child Alive, an effective, on-the-ground, organization built on the foundation that every person has the right to health care and that all children deserve a future” shares Chris Salgardo, President, Kiehl’s USA.

Midnight Recovery Concentrate is a Kiehl's customer favorite. A blend of ten botanical's and essential oils that is a replenishing elixir to visibly restore the appearance of skin by the morning. It regenerates, repairs and replenishes for smoother, healthier skin. A 1.0 fl. oz., bottle retails for $46.00.

Join the movement, help Kiehl's and Alicia Keys while giving your skin a boost.



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