Skin care prod­uct sales ben­e­fit char­ity

Honolulu Star-Advertiser - - STYLE -

Artist Jeff Koons has part­nered with Kiehl’s to spread aware­ness of May as Na­tional Miss­ing Chil­dren’s Month. Last year alone, 465,000 chil­dren were re­ported miss­ing in the United States.

Kiehl’s stores, in­clud­ing the one at Ala Moana Cen­ter, are do­nat­ing 100 per­cent of net prof­its from sales of Mid­night Re­cov­ery Col­lec­tion prod­ucts — up to $100,000 — to ben­e­fit the In­ter­na­tional Cen­tre for Miss­ing & Ex­ploited Chil­dren. Through May 31, those who pur­chase any of the three items in the col­lec­tion will take home a limited-edi­tion col­lectible tin de­signed by Koons. The prod­ucts are Mid­night Re­cov­ery Con­cen­trate ($46 to $122), Botan­i­cal Cleans­ing Oil ($32) and Eye ($37).

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