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Kiehl’s Newest Philanthropy With DonorsChoose.org

by Lindsay on March 11, 2013

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Kiehl’s Newest Philanthropy With DonorsChoose.org // Belle Belle Beauty

Kiehl’s has done it again, parnering philanthropy with stellar skincare. And this time, customers get to decide where the funds go. How cool is that ?

Starting today, through April 15, a new Jumbo-sized Powerful-Strength Line-Reducing Concentrate will be available at Kiehl’s stores, counters and on Kiehls.com with a specially designed sleeve. With every purchase, customers receive a $50 DonorsChoose.org gift code, found in the underside of each sleeve. Then, customers can visit www.DonorsChoose.org/Kiehls and redeem a gift code to apply $50 of Kiehl’s donation to the project of his or her choice.

I fell for Kiehl’s Powerful-Strength Line Reducing Concentrate last June when I was on the search for a Vitamin C serum. The best-selling product contains 10.5% Pure Vitamin C. This gem of an ingredient is one of our key tools in the fight against aging. Kiehl’s found that, over time, the formula had a “significant and progressive effect on ‘marionette lines’ around the mouth, ‘crow’s feet’ and sub-orbital wrinkles in the eye area as well as other facial lines and wrinkles. In addition, skin shows an improvement in texture, tone, and sallowness.” The formula was gentle on my skin and leaves a silky, soothing feeling. Read the full review here.

More about DonorChoose.org: public school teachers from across the country can post requests for their classroom, including computers, books, art supplies and other teaching materials. All projects on www.DonorsChoose.org/Kiehls will be science related, in a nod to Kiehl’s pharmaceutical and scientific heritage. In addition,  all projects will also be from schools in the cities and towns in which Kiehl’s customers are located, so customers can search for and support their local teachers and students. Customers can search by location, school or subject to find projects and donate to those that most inspire them. Donors are then personally thanked with letters and photos from the teacher and students.

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