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Kiehl's Exchanges Empty Bottles For New Products, Earth Day Approves; ASOS Makes Shopping 50% More Fun

Mark Ruffalo, Rosario Dawson, and their limited edition clay masks, via Kiehl's
Mark Ruffalo, Rosario Dawson, and their limited edition clay masks, via Kiehl's

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GIVEAWAYS—Right in time for Earth Day, Kiehl's combines a few of our favorite things: recycling, free beauty products, and celebrity endorsements. The beauty company has reintroduced the Recycle And Be Rewarded program, whereby you bring ten empty bottles into Kiehl's and get a free product. Also, in things that are not free but are pretty chic, Florence Welch, Mark Ruffalo, Rosario Dawson, and Spike Lee have lent their name to Kiehl's limited edition Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masque, which has the double bonus of a label designed by each celeb and a charity kickback. 100% off net profits from the product going to Recycle Across America. [Racked Inbox]

ONLINE SHOPPING—The best things in life are free but 50% off is the next best thing. ASOS seems to agree, since their offering up to half off everything from bathing suits and dresses to denim and heels from this season (that's spring for all those that live under a cold but internet-accessible rock). The sale lasts as long as supplies do so get to shopping! [Racked Inbox]