Not that we needed an excuse to stock up on Clarins products, but for the second year in a row the French beauty brand has teamed up with FEED Projects — the Lauren Bush-founded charity that has been fighting world hunger since 2006 — to unveil a limited-edition kit that keeps you looking good while feeling great. With every sale of the reusable canvas pouch ($33) — which houses three of the brand's best-sellers: Moisture-Rich Body Lotion, UV Plus HP SPF 40 Day Screen, and Instant Light Natural Lip Perfector — 15 wholesome meals will be provided to children in unprivileged communities through the United Nations World Food Programme. Thanks to Clarins' fans everywhere, the brand has already donated 425,000 meals and is on track to beat their goal of supplying one million over the next two years. Get yours! Available now at nordstrom.com.
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