Kiehl's always has great charity initiatives, and their latest endeavor lets you put a little modern art in your medicine cabinet while helping kids in distress. The company is collaborating with artist Jeff Koons to release an arty limited edition Creme de Corps moisturizer collection, from which 100 percent of sale profits up to $200,000 will go to the Koons Family Institute, an arm of the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children, which leads global initiatives to protect children from sexual exploitation and abduction. The cause is extremely worthwhile, and the packaging is lovely, so if you're a fan of Soy Milk and Honey Whipped Body Butter ($35) or Creme de Corps ($27), this is definitely the time to buy your next bottle.
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