Keep a Child Alive, founded by Alicia Keys, works to improve care, medication and support for children suffering from AIDS/HIV and their families. ©Michelangelo di Battista

Keep a Child Alive, founded by Alicia Keys, works to improve care, medication and support for children suffering from AIDS/HIV and their families.
©Michelangelo di Battista

(Relaxnews) – This January, the cosmetics and skincare brand will launch a limited edition of its Midnight Recovery Concentrate, with proceeds benefitting the non-profit organization Keep a Child Alive.

Kiehl's is launching a limited edition of its "Midnight Recovery Concentrate" in support of the non-profit initiative Keep a Child Alive. ©Michelangelo di Battista

Kiehl’s is launching a limited edition of its “Midnight Recovery Concentrate” in support of the non-profit initiative Keep a Child Alive.
©Michelangelo di Battista

Co-founded by Alicia Keys and Leigh Blake, Keep a Child Alive works to improve access to medication and treatment for families of children suffering from AIDS/HIV.

Kiehl’s is doing its part to support the non-profit initiative by launching a new version of its popular regenerating night cream. The plant-based concoction, made from 99.8% natural ingredients, comes in a bottle decorated with the Keep a Child Alive logo. The packaging has been updated in the foundation’s signature black, white and red color scheme and includes the phrase “Join our movement!”

The limited edition Keep a Child Alive Midnight Recovery Concentrate goes on sale January 15, priced at €39 for 30 ml (around $53).

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