Alicia Keys has partnered with American cosmetics brand retailer, Kiehl's for a great cause. The superstar singer has lend her talent to the charitable company to release a limited-edition version of its Midnight Recovery Concentrate.
Kiehl's is known for their altruistic efforts, collaborating with Alicia for another good deed. The brand is supporting the Grammy winner's Keep A Child Alive Foundation, which helps provide healthcare and life-saving treatments to children suffering from HIV/AIDS in need around the world. For a short time, 100 percent of the profits from the Alicia Keys version of Midnight Recovery Concentrate will go to the songstress' organization (what a way to close out 2013!)
Alicia explained the significance of working with Kiehl's, which has raised more than $2,500,000 to fight the widespread epidemic since 2003. "Keep a Child Alive is working towards a world where everyone can lead fulfilling lives, regardless of their HIV status," shared the R & B singer. "Supportive partners like Kiehl's are part of our extended family. They share our passion for bringing dignified treatment, care and support to children and families affected by HIV. Every action, big or small, can make a difference and take us one step closer to making healthcare a human right."
We hear that the company's product is a longtime fan favorite. Consisting of botanical extracts, the concentrate has evening primrose and lavender essential oils, along with Squalene (a lipid similar to skin's lipids.) The 99.8 percent naturally derived and paraben-free product works to stimulate the skin's natural-repairing process to make it smoother and healthier.
Shoppers can buy the Midnight Recovery Concentrate for a price of $46. The product is available for purchase at select retailers including Kiehl's, Nordstrom, Bloomingdale's and Lord & Taylor.
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