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Kiehl’s x Kenny Scharf Limited Edition Creme de Corps Collection

If you appreciate pop art, doing good, and hardcore skincare, you’re probably already squealing over this Kiehl’s 2012 charity collaboration. 100% of the net profits from the sales of the Limited Edition Creme de Corps collection will go to children’s causes worldwide, including to RxArt, a project dedicated to bringing contemporary art programs to children in pediatric hospitals. Brooklyn-based iconic pop surrealist Kenny Scharf has created vibrant, fun designs to adorn some of Kiehl’s equally  iconic products. Check out some of the artsy offerings and snatch them up before they’re gone!

Fans of Kiehl’s classic Creme de Corps should definitely stock up on this cool limited edition version for the winter. Even extremely dry skin can be remedied by this smooth and luxurious cream. You can even justify the higher price tag by knowing you’re supporting children’s charities this holiday season! The packaging is bold and exciting, so you can fend off the winter blahs by smiling at Scharf’s street art inspired figures.

To try a different version of the classic formula, consider testing out the Creme de Corps Soy Milk & Honey Whipped Body Butter. I know, I know: it sounds delicious. (Here’s my old warning about not trying to eat the luxurious beauty products.) But the scent is really lightweight and won’t irritate even the most sensitive of skin. (And let’s face it, whose skin isn’t deathly dry all winter?)

If you’re more into art pieces than fancy lotions, let me introduce you to “Squirt,” the collectable  (and totally lovable) super limited edition art piece by Kenny Scharf. (There are only 2,000 in circulation!) It’s not every day you stumble across this art collectors’ dream: limited edition, mega affordable at $50, and totally cute! Proceeds from sales of Squirt also go to help children’s charities, so you can feel warm and fuzzy (or lacquered and shiny) all around.

About Kristine Hope Kowalski

Kristine is a writer from New Jersey. When not quoting Tolstoy or catching up on her Twitter feed, she can be found watching iCarly or perusing the clearance racks at Bloomingdales.

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