Cult New York skincare apothecary, Kiehl’s, has created a very local collaboration here in Australia for 2021 – supporting Bush Heritage, one of this country’s most important conservation organisations, in the skincare brand’s uniquely artistic way.
In a first-ever partnership of its kind, and as part of the Kiehl’s Future Made Better sustainability commitment, Kiehl’s has engaged Australian illustrator Dave Homer to produce a custom artwork inspired by the Australian bush, to appear on a limited edition version of Kiehl’s top- selling moisturiser, Ultra Facial Cream.
Featuring some of Australia’s most colourful and recognisable flora, the Kiehl’s x Bush Heritage Limited Edition Ultra Facial Cream is available now with $2 per product, and a maximum commitment of $20,000, going direct to Bush Heritage to support innovative, science-led programs devoted to promoting biodiversity and conserving irreplaceable native species.
The Kiehl’s x Bush Heritage Limited Edition Ultra Facial Cream (125ml) will be available in boutiques, online at kiehls.com.au and selected Myer and David Jones doors, RRP $88.
True to the brand’s founding mission in 1851, Kiehl’s strives to improve the quality of its global community by reducing environmental impact, formulating responsibly, and supporting charitable causes through its Kiehl’s Gives philanthropy initiative, one of the pillars of Future Made Better.