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Kiehl's Supports the Autism Association Singapore

Kiehl's Supports the Autism Association Singapore

Kiehl's Supports the Autism Association Singapore

For the month of June, Kiehl's is collaborating with award-winning local illustrator Tan Zi Xi, or more popularly known as MessyMsxi, to create a special artwork for the grooming brand's popular Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masque in order to raise awareness for the children from Autism Association Singapore.

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“The 'Create A Better Earth for Children with Autism' artwork illustrates the beautiful mind of an Autistic child, who sees the world differently. Lounging on her boat, she is supported by the Earth we live in. The illustration is partially inspired by the story of an autistic child, Iris Grace and her pet cat. This heart-warming unity of both herself and her therapy cat is one example of how our earth has a place for children with autism. The strokes illustrate a naive and colourful portrayal of their personalities and imagination," Zi Xi shared.

100 per cent of the nett proceeds from the sale of this limited edition masque will be going to the assocation.

So, this June, why not do good for society while doing good for your face at the same time?

The Limited Edition Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masque retails for $45 (142g)

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