Wednesday, April 04, 2012

Letters From the Earth

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Mark Ruffalo! I already knew he was one of the most perfect men on earth. We once had a very meaningful conversation in San Francisco (to me) and my heart goes pitter-pat for him, so why is he trying to impress me now with a collaboration with Kiehl's? Mark Ruffalo Rare Earth Cleansing Masque is real. He is too much! A limited edition mask in honor of Earth Day, really? Thanks. It's like you just read my mind.

Mark Ruffalo Kiehl's Mask.
There are a number of impolite puns about face products I was tempted to insert here, but I am not Joan Rivers.  I recommend buying a pot, not because I love the earth or recycling, although I do love these too. Honestly, it's just because I love Mark Ruffalo, one of America's finest, most sensitive actors. Sigh.

As for how this product works, use it just once or twice a week for clearer, more even skin.  Once applied to the face, Amazonian Clay draws out dirt from the face and helps minimize pores. The aloe ingredient helps moisturize skin with soothing botanicals. Masks are great for women with oily skin, as well as city girls with normal skin who want to freshen up their look and combat the effects of pollution and stress.

One hundred percent of profits from the sale of this product go to Recycle Across America, up to $100,000, which is a great non-profit that advocates for standardized recycling bin labels.  There's also Spike Lee, Rosario Dawson, and Florence Welch versions of this mask. Pick your fave.


Buy it: Mark Ruffalo Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masque ($23), available at Kiehl's stores, various beauty retailers and online.

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