Skin care product sales benefit charity
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).