Cream come true

Neha Dupia & Teach For India children
Neha Dhupia and Teach For India children at Kiehl’s at Palladium

Philanthropy has always been part of the DNA at Kiehl’s since 1851. To commemorate its fifth anniversary in India, Kiehl’s partnered with actor Neha Dhupia and Teach For India to establish ‘Kiehl’s Gives’ – an ongoing global initiative to promote philanthropy.
For the first time in India, the brand will retail a special edition of their Ultra Facial Cream – the world’s favourite moisturizer –100% net proceeds from which go straight to Teach For India in February 2016 to educate underprivileged children across the country. Purchasing 10 jars of Kiehl’s Ultra Facial Cream will help bring excellent education to one child in a Teach For India classroom for one year.
Colourful butterflies, drawn by the children, adorn the jars. Yes, the butterflies take to the skies in the same manner as children live up to their full potential – charting their distinctive journeys to success and happiness.
Friend of Kiehl’s and top model Surelee Joseph played happy host to this celebration at the store at Palladium. Live music blended with the bubbly chatter with Chandon in full flow along with hors d’oeuvres from Silverspoon.


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