Kiehl’s gives back with Singapore-inspired skincare products

National treasures

Kiehl’s gives back with Singapore-inspired skincare products
In celebration of SG50, Kiehl’s will donate the full net proceeds from the sale of two iconic products towards restoring Singapore’s national monuments

This June you'll have an added reason to pick up something from beauty brand Kiehl's. The New York-based brand is known for its philanthropic efforts as well as its design collaborations — most notably with artists like Jeff Koons. Instead of the usual SG50 celebrations in August, the brand will be launching specially-designed editions of their iconic Ultra Facial Cream and lighter-textured Ultra Facial Oil-Free Gel Cream in its stores.

Kiehl's Ultra Facial Cream

The creams will bear special Kiehl's x Singapore Heritage designs and, more importantly, 100 per cent of net proceeds will be donated towards the restoration of national monuments, including the Cathedral of the Good Shepherd, Sultan Mosque and Sri Mariamman temple.

Kiehl's Heritage Collection Box Set

If you want even more than these face creams, you can also purchase Kiehl's Heritage Collection Box Sets. There will be four sets available, each with a different combination of Kiehl's products and all decorated with an iconic orchid motif. As there are only 1,750 sets available for this occasion, you may want to mark your calendars now if you're keen on picking these up.

From $48 - $98. At Kiehl's stores in June.

Text: Renée Batchelor

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