Kiehl’s rock for kids with
Throughout the whole month of September, Kiehl’s and Simple Plan invite Beautystas and their male counterparts to participate in their charitable partnership to raise funds for the Simple Plan Foundation and help children and teenagers who cope with handicap or illness. You can do your part through the following initiatives:
- When you buy the Limited Edition Ultra Facial Cream ($56 / 125ml) available all september long, one of Kiehl’s most iconic products and favorite of Simple Plan’s members, 100% of net profits will be donated to the Simple Plan Foundation.
- Kiehl’s will donate $1 for every transaction made this weekend. September 12th to 14.
- On September 19th, Kiehl’s Toronto store will host an exclusive acoustic performance with Simple Plan. Free tickets to the concert will be available at Kiehl’s stores in the metropolitan Toronto Area on September 13th.
- Finally, for those who can’t attend the concert, Kiehl’s will live-stream the concert online and donate $1 for each viewer.
“Supporting children’s causes has always been very important to the band,” states Pierre Bouvier, Simple Plan’s lead singer. “Our decision to partner with Kiehl’s comes from a mutual commitment to impact children’s lives. As we are also Kiehl’s fans, we jumped on the opportunity to make such a meaningful contribution to the Simple Plan Foundation and to support children in a domain that we feel so passionate about.”
Simple Plan objective is to raise $40 000 through these various activities. So start stocking on beauty products for the cooler days ahead and make a difference 🙂
Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Cream is a light-texture cream that provides 24-hour hydration with continuous water replenishment throughout the day. Made from Antarcticine (a glacial glycoprotein sourced in Antarctica), Imperata Cylindrica (a desert plant extract indigenous to the Australian Outback), Squalane, Avocado Oil and Vitamin E, it leaves skin visibly well-balanced, particularly in harsh weather conditions and helps reduce moisture loss while drawing and absorbing moisture from the air.