Kiehl’s, the leading skincare brand hailing from New York, has had a long-standing affiliation with the artist community. Each year, the brand revamps the packaging of its most-loved products into limited editions based on the works of noted artists. Past partnerships include the likes of Jeff Koons, Kenny Scharf, Eric Haze and Craig & Karl.

This year, Kiehl’s has collaborated with sixties pop artist Peter Max. Inspired by the art legend’s acclaimed work “The Cosmic Runner” this season’s limited-edition packaging perfectly embodies Kiehl’s energetic spirit, and make for uniquely beautiful holiday gifting.

Kiehl's Peter Max beauty review skincare Dubai UAE Christmas gifting fetive limited edition (2)

I’ve been doing a number of late-nighters in the past couple of weeks. Not that I’m complaining; the month of Ramadan has brought with it a string of social invites, and although these have been a wonderful change from the usual routine, the impact of less sleep has been taking a toll on my eyes.

Sunken, sleep-deprived eyes with droopy lids are never in vogue, and despite my best efforts, squeezing in more shut-eye hours has been challenging.

And then I got introduced to yet another lovely product from the Kiehl’s range: the Kiehl’s Super Multi-Corrective Eye–Opening Serum.

Kiehls super multi corrective eye opening serum review

What do you do when one of your favorite skincare brands joins hands with a highly creative pair of world-famous graphics designers? Get super excited of course!

Kiehl’s is no stranger to the beauty world. Founded in 1851 in New York’s East Village neighborhood, the brand started off as an old-world apothecary. With an extensive medical background in beauty, the brand has grown from strength to strength, and can be listed as a household name the world over today.

This holiday season, Kiehl’s collaborates with Craig & Karl.

Kiehl's Holiday Creme de Corps Body Butter AED 250
Kiehl’s Holiday Creme de Corps Body Butter AED 250