Sunday, 8 November 2015

Kiehl's Tinie Tempah Ultra Facial Cream

Kiehl's are a strong supporter of HIV/AIDS charities around the world, and their latest project sees them team up with the MTV Staying Alive Foundation in the UK.  Tinie Tempah has "designed" (read: put his name on) a bumper 125ml pot of Kiehl's cult classic Ultra Facial Cream, and £2 from the sale of each pot will go to the MTV Staying Alive Foundation, up to a maximum of £6,000.

This kind of charity collaboration makes me feel a little uneasy because of the relatively low amount of money going to charity with each pot - the product costs £43.50, with just £2 going to charity.  If you're already an Ultra Facial Cream fan, buying this version of the cream costs you nothing extra, and results in a bit of money going to charity.  If not, and you're more likely to buy it because of the charity angle, buy the smaller 50ml pot at £24 to test out, and give the difference directly to charity.

Disclosure:  PR sample

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1 comment:

  1. are right. I think I got to buy the smaller bottle if I want to try it out. I got to try it and got to give as well to charity by buying one.


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