Kiehl's and philanthropy are two words that have been synonymous over the past 50 years. The New York-based brand has been giving back to the community in various ways. Every year in Singapore, the local arm creates a limited edition packaging for its popular Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masque, with nett proceeds benefitting a chosen charity. This year, the brand is working with award-winning illustrator Tan Zi Xi (also known as MessyMsxi) with the Autism Association as the beneficiary. Tan's artwork is inspired by how the autistic mind sees the world differently and is also partly influenced by the story of an austistic child, Iris Grace, and her pet cat.

Kiehl's Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing masque 2016

As for the product, it is a deep cleansing mask that virtually anyone in an urban environment would benefit greatly from. Suitable for normal to oily skin, this mask removes debris and dead surface cells using the potent ingredient, Amazonian white clay. And with the beautiful illustration accompanying this useful product, there's no better time than now to pick this up.


$45. At Kiehl's stores in June