Known for their long history (165 years to be precise) of stellar skincare work Kiehl's is also an avid supporter of charitable causes - supporting over 100 local community charities around the world. And their latest cause is another knockout. They've teamed up with cool kid Aussie indie pop band, Client Liaison to produce a one-of-a-kind limited edition label for their number one selling product, Ultra Facial Cream  - all in the name of raising awareness of The Australian Children's Music Foundation.

Client Liaison x Kiehl's

The Australian Children's Music Foundation (ACMF) is an organisation that gives the uplifting gift of music to kids living in disadvantaged and remote areas of Australia. The ACMF's founder, Don Spencer says, "Research has proven the importance of music and arts education and yet so many children don't have access to music lessons." Throughout July and August, Kiehl's will donate $2 from each specially labelled Ultra Facial Cream sold to the ACMF to support their important work.

Kiehl's support of this organisation is the perfect collab for music-loving duo, Harvey Miller and Monte Morgan, aka Client Liaison, who worked with Melbourne artist Ilya Milstein on the unique artwork for the limited edition skincare label.

Client Liaison x Kiehl's limited edition label

Skincare and charity projects aside, if you want to catch Client Liaison in concert - they'll be performing at Splendour in the Grass this weekend.

Kiehl's Limited Edition Ultra Facial Cream is available online now and in store from July 24, kiehls.com.au

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