Beauty, Celebrities, SkincareMorocco (and Kelly Slater) on The Mind

Editors’ Note: We’re so happy to introduce our newest contributor, Charli Schuler, who is based in LA. She is not only stunningly gorgeous, but fabulously fun and fashionable. We know you’re going to love what she has to say about what’s obsession-worthy (and what’s not)!

I’m turning into an eco-geek and I am always on the prowl for light yet rich, organic moisturizers to quench my constantly dry skin. So far, Argan Oil, which is super-rich in fatty acids and sourced from the Argan tree in Morocco, has made two of my dreams come true: to moisturize with a conscience and to hug dreamy pro surfer Kelly Slater.

Wha? I’ll explain: Celeb supporters Slater and Erykah Badu were on hand at the Kiehl’s Earth Day launch of Superbly Restorative Argan Body Lotion, a smooth, light body moisturizer that smells ever so slightly of citrus and stars organic, fairly traded Argan Oil. Kiehl’s enlisted Slater, Badu, Adrian Grenier and Parsons The New School for Design to create limited edition label art versions of the lotion, of which 100 percent of the net proceeds will go to the Waterkeeper Alliance. (How’s that for eco-support?)

Head over to your local Kiehl’s store or kiehls.com to snap up the limited-edition lotions pronto (or just gaze at Kelly Slater’s photo). Also available for less moo-la: Superbly Restorative Argan Body Cleansing Oil and Argan Skin Salve.

2 Comments

  1. Carolyn  |  23 April 2009 at 6:25 PM

    Ok.. that pix of Kelly Slater holding a bottle of Kiehls moisturizer kind of like a football/he doesn’t know what to do with it is hilarious

  2. Nina  |  23 April 2009 at 8:59 PM

    welcome charli! i agree, the picture is hilarious!

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