Join the HIV fight with your beauty regimen
(NC) Now, something as routine as your nightly skin care can help to keep a child alive.
Grammy Award winner Alicia Keys has teamed up with the luxury skincare brand Kiehl's Since 1851 to create a limited edition skincare product in support of HIV/AIDS treatment. One hundred per cent of the net profits of Midnight Recovery Concentrate limited edition will go to a global program designed specifically to support children living with HIV.
“Our Keep a Child Alive program is working towards a world in which everyone can lead fulfilling lives, regardless of their HIV status,” says Keys. “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.”
Kiehl`s Since 1851 is actively engaged with global and local charitable initiatives and is asking the public to join the movement. Purchasing Midnight Recovery Concentrate at any Kiehl's store across Canada or online at kiehls.ca, will provide one month of care and medicine to a child living with HIV. For more information about Keep A Child Alive, visit keepachildalive.org
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