Kiehl's Ultra Facial Cream & MTV Staying Alive Foundation Collaboration

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

One of my all time favorite skincare prodcuts is Kiehl's Ultra Facial Cream. I go through tubs and tubs of this and will rave about it to anyone who will listen.

I was so pleased to hear that Kiehl's have partnered with MTV Staying Alive Foundation and had released a Limited Edition Ultra Facial Cream 125ml designed by foundation ambassador and British rapper Tinie Tempah.
MTV Staying Alive Foundation provides funding and training to youth-led HIV prevention projects all around the world. This helps their young leaders develop vital skills to help lead the fight against HIV. From every limited edition pot purchased, Kiehl's UK will donate £2 to help the cause.

Kiehl's have historically supported the fight against HIV and AIDs starting in the early 1980's when even a mention of the disease was taboo. In the past 10 years alone Kiehl's has raised more than $2.5 million worldwide for the cause which is something the brand should be immensely proud of.
An interesting fact about this moisturiser is that helped to hydrate the skin of the six heroic explorers ascending Greenland's ice covered peaks in the 2005 "Greenland First Ascent" expedition.

It's ingredients include Antarcticine, which helps hydrate skin while shielding it against damage from free-radicals. It is an organic substance and thrives in the most extreme temperatures so perfect for the chilly winter weather. Imperata Cylindrica, an Australian plant known for surviving in very hot temperatures also helps the skin cling on to hydration and Kiehl's signature ingredient., Squalene, which is derived from the olive and increases absorption in the skin.

 You can buy this Limited Edition Ultra Facial Cream (£43.50 for 125ml) on the Kiehl's website or in a store near you.

*This post contains a PR sample

You Might Also Like


I love reading all your comments and try my best to reply to each one individually.
You can also email me at or tweet me @GlasgowBBlogger