Probably one of the most unique contests I’ve ever heard of launched today on Kiehls.com. And it is happening in conjunction with the launch of Kiehl’s Oil Eliminator Line for men – something I am seriously excited about (and could be a perfect Father’s Day gift!).
First, a little about the new products: the products are specifically designed for those with oily skin. The products leave skin matte and can minimize the appearance of pores. Using the ingredient Aerolite (based on aerogel), which was developed for use in space exploration, a gel-like formula is created with a weightless feel on skin. Because of its unique properties (it can absorb four times its own weight in oil) it leaves skin oil free for a full 24 hours. The products include:
- Deep Cleansing Exfoliating Face Wash, $20
- Refreshing Shine Control Toner, $20
- 24-Hour Anti-Shine Moisturizer for Men, $27
All three have a slight minty and masculine scent. I love the rich later the face wash provides. The toner is great to refresh throughout the day. And the moisturizer hydrates with a feather-light texture. My skin feels soft but not tight. These three are men’s products that I will be very reluctant to share!
So now that you have the whole regimen on your wish list… either for yourself or the man in your life, check out the ‘Put Some Space on Your Face’ contest. Starting today through 6/30, you can win the chance to send an image of your face into space! Just take a picture of yourself mid-air, hashtag it #SpaceFace and #Contest and post on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram. Easy! If you are randomly selected to win, your face will be featured on a figurine attached to a shuttle and sent into the stratosphere. Once the figurines all land, Kiehl’s will send them out to all the winners (in August) so they can proudly display their space-traveled action figures.
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