World Environment Day: Keihl’s Supports Environment causes with its recycle programs and Products!




Kiehl's since 1851, the admired New York-based purveyor of fine quality skin and hair care brand has always worked towards the programs that directly impact the environment. So, to honor Environment day and the brand's commitment to the environment, Kiehl's is encouraging its customers to recycle by giving every customer cot Kiehl's stores are rewarded with free product for bringing in their empty Kiehl's bottles, tubes, and jars for recycling. One empty container equals to one stamp and 2 stamps equals to one deluxe sample. While 6 Stamps equals to one Lip Balm and 10 Stamps equals to one Full sized product.

Staying true to its long-lasting mission to preserve and shield the environment, 95% of their formulas contain at least one natural or natural origin raw material. They also work hand-in-hand with farmers and producers to source the ingredients in a way that’s beneficial to the communities and the planet. Similarly, they have a focus to use post-consumer recycled materials whenever possible and reuse and recycle in their own stores.

Kiehl’s India offers unique formulations which are made with the finest naturally derived and the environment -pleasant ingredients. Such as Lavender used in Midnight Recovery concentrate product which soothes skin for a more radiant even looking appearance by morning. Also, Squaline used in ultra-facial cream is extremely compatible with the natural oils of the skin - helping to keep it soft and supple. On the other hand, they have calendula in their Herbal Extract Alcohol-Free Toner which is traditionally used as a medicinal herb, extracted from the Marigold Flower and Beech Tree Extract- which is sugar extracted from the Beech Tree is used in super multi corrective cream and is shown to improve skin’s overall firmness.

True to their mission, Kiehl’s strive to maintain a passionate commitment to the environment and are relentlessly determined to further eco-effort in their products, packaging, stores, and service.



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