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Friday, April 17, 2015

Limited Edition Kiehl's Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado

Kiehl's limited edition creamy eye treatment with avocado  (2)

A little factoid about me- I don't like avocado. I know they're filled with all kinds of nutrients and good-for-you fats, but I just don't like their taste/texture and I've tried them just about every way possible. One way I do enjoy avocado, is in Kiehl's Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado. While the eye cream alone is a great addition to any skincare routine, it's currently a great way to support a worthy cause- puffins! Read on for more info.


How adorable are puffins?! They're currently making the lids of limited edition pots of Kiehl's Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado home. Why? Good question. Because Kiehl's is donating 100% of net profits from the sale of the Limited Edition Creamy Eye Treatment with Avocado (up to $10 000) to the Canadian Wildlife Federation to conserve the puffins' environment. You get a rich, creamy, eye treatment formulated with avocado, beta carotene, and shea butter, and the puffins get to sleep a little easier knowing the CWF is on their side. It's a win win, really.

I've only been using the eye cream for a few days, but it's a great option if you want a basic, hydrating eye cream. The formula is quite rich, and has a very creamy, buttery feel, that somehow doesn't feel too heavy on skin. My dry skin loves the intense hydration it offers and has no trouble absorbing the rich product. The thick texture also spreads easily, and as such, you only need the smallest amount for each eye. 

Overall, I am a fan of the eye cream, and love that I can easily support a worthy cause with my beauty purchases. If you're not Canadian Kieh's US is running a similar charitable effort, with sales from the Creamy Eye Treatment supporting Recycle Across America which provides recycling labels to schools throughout the U.S with limited edition packaging designed by Maggie Q and Elizabeth Olsen. Tried this? What charity would you like to see profits go towards?