Julianne Moore, Pharrell and Jeff Koons Design for Kiehl's

Every Earth Day, Kiehl's teams up with a few celebrities to design packaging for a product. The proceeds benefit an eco-conscious charity. Last year
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Every Earth Day, Kiehl's teams up with a few celebrities to design packaging for a product. The proceeds benefit an eco-conscious charity. Last year
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Every Earth Day, Kiehl's teams up with a few celebrities to design packaging for a product. The proceeds benefit an eco-conscious charity.

Last year, the skincare company raised $100,000 for the Waterkeeper Alliance. This year, it has brought on Julianne Moore, Pharrell Williams, Jeff Koons and pro-surfer Malia Jones to create imagery for its Acai Damage-Protecting Toning Mist.

Kiehls promises that 100% of the proceeds (up to $200,000) will benefit the Rainforest Alliance.

Yes, we're sick of celebrity designers, too. But at least it's not clothes. And it's for a good cause. We're buying the Jeff Koons one. Mostly because he's an actual artist. Also because it looks cool.