Early last month Kiehl’s announced that they created a special edition Midnight Recovery Concentrate in partnership with Harlem’s Alicia Keys. Available this month, 100 percent of the proceeds go towards Keys’ Keep a Child Alive foundation that provides treatment to youth with HIV/AIDS in Africa and India.
This isn’t the first time the skincare company has worked with the singer; she designed a skeleton for their Meet “Mr. Bones” project in 2012.
The 99.8 percent natural plant-based concentrate boasts its ability to regenerate, repair and replenish skin. And at $46 a bottle, it’s quite that bargain for such a just cause.
Buy it by going, here.
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