[Sharing] Kiehl’s Introduced 3 Limited Edition Rare Earth Masques To Support Autism Association Singapore


Kiehl’s Singapore has been maintaining its long-standing tradition of supporting children’s cause by raising awareness and funds to create safer, more position environments for children. This July 2013, Kiehl’s Singapore is proud to extend its relationship with the Autism Association (Singapore).

Autism Association (Singapore) was founded in August 1992 by a group of parents concerned about inadequate provision for their children who have been diagnosed with autism. The Association aims to initiate, organize and support the provision of a broad spectrum of services for people with autism in Singapore. Such services encompass education, vocational and life skills training and residential care.

This year’s local charity initiative is a unique collaboration with ELLE Singapore and four celebrity partners, Georage Young (FLY Entertainment Artiste), Michelle Chong (Director/Host/Actress), Mike Kasem and Jean Danker (Class95 Radio DJs).

kiehl's rare earth masque george young michelle chong

In support of Autism Association (Singapore), the four celebrity partners have designed three Limited Edition Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masque in 142g, which will be on sale from 1st July 2013 at S$45 each!

100% of the nett proceeds from the sale of the Rare Earth Masques will be donated to raise awareness for the children.

“Autism is something very close to my heart. I’ve got two brothers who’ve been diagnosed with autism, one on the severe side and one on the moderate to severe side on the autism spectrum. It was an obvious choice for me. I worked with Kiehl’s last year on this, and I’m glad to work with Kiehl’s and ELLE this year as well. I hope the products sell really well and get money for the Autism Association here in Singapore.” – George Young, FLY Entertainment Artiste

“My friend’s niece is autistic. Every time I went to her house she would run around after her shower and wouldn’t want to wear her clothes, but she’s very good with languages. So I think it’s important to help all these kids because they’re all special in their own right.” – Michelle Chong, Director/Host/Actress

“This is a really creative way of creating awareness for autism in Singapore. We had a lot of fun designing for Kiehl’s.” – Jean Danker,Class95 Radio DJ

“I have first-hand experience of close friends who have an autistic child, so for me this is close to my heart and very special to me, and I’m very glad Jean and I can do our part and help with autism.” – Mike Kasem, Class95 Radio DJ

This deep-pore cleansing masque may be used for normal to oily skin types to help eliminate debris and dead surface skin-cell accumulation that can clog pores and leave skin dull-looking. Amazonian White Clay, the main ingredient that is fairly-traded and sourced from Marajo Island, helps purify and detoxify the skin. This key ingredient clay is known to remove bacteria, toxins, and excess oil and dead cells that can clog skin and result in enlarged pores.

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Two weeks ago, I’ve attended the Kiehl’s Charity Event held at Suntec City to learn about the cause and to meet the artistes behind the limited edition Rare Earth Masque designs. Michelle Chong didn’t manage to attend the event.

I’m glad to receive George’s design upon the event.

100% of the nett proceeds from the sale of the Rare Earth Masques, at S$45 each, will be donated to raise awareness for the children.


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