Kiehls have launched a special limited edition pot of their iconic Ultra Facial Cream, designed by Tinie Tempah, which will support the MTV Staying Alive Foundation. Tinie is the Staying Alive Foundation’s ambassador for 2015.
The foundation is a global charity, dedicated to preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS since 2005 – it has helped 200,000 people get tested; supported the growth of 538 awareness raising projects and distributed over 7 million condoms. Kiehls has named MTV Staying Alive Foundation it’s UK charity partner this year.
Tinie Tempah has collaborated with the skincare brand to deliver this Ultra Facial Cream pot with a limited edition, eye-catching design. £2.00 from each sale will be passed on to the charity, so you can be sure you’re supporting a good cause when you’re buying your fantastic winter moisturiser.
And it is a fantastic winter skincare essential. Usually I would trial something like a moisturiser for at least a month before posting about it, but with this I don’t need to. Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Cream (and their Ultra Facial Moisturiser – the lighter version) have been staples in my ‘skincare wardrobe‘ for absolutely years. This pot of super-hydrating cream is one of the first things I reach for when the weather turns cold, as it works wonders in keeping skin soft, comfortable and looking healthy, without it being too heavy.
So, it’s with years of use, I can happily say that you should buy this. You’re not only doing your skin a favour, but you’re contributing towards a good cause.
In the UK (only), if you’d like to donate to the MTV Staying Alive Foundation directly, Kiehls have set up a text donation number: text HIV1 to 70660 to donate £5.00.
The Kiehls stores and counters across the UK will also be raising awareness and money by carrying out special activities to support the MTV Staying Alive Foundation, alongside the sales of the limited edition Ultra Facial Cream, which is available from today (Monday 12th October 2015).
When you’ve bought your pot, share your photo on Twitter using #TINIExKIEHLS and keep the conversation going.