Crème de la Mer and the Diving Belle

Each year, Crème de la Mer - part of the philanthropically-minded Estée Lauder Companies - partners with a particular oceanic charity, and has so far donated over $2 million (impressive by any measure).

 Creme de la Mer World Oceans DayAnd to mark World Oceans Day on 8th June, Crème de la Mer is partnering with National Geographic to support conservation biologist Andrea Marshall, supporting her ground-breaking research and conservation programmes, which seek to save manta rays and other vulnerable marine creatures, whose habits are threatened. (Andrea has projects in Asia, Africa and South America, and has also discovered two new species of manta ray!)

 So, in its sleek blue, oceanic packaging, look out for the special limited edition jar of Crème de la Mer World Oceans Day Moisturizing Cream: it's fairly heftily priced (this is Creme de la Mer we're talking about), but you'll be doing your bit for the oceans, as well as for your skin.

Crème de la Mer Limited edition World Oceans Day Moisturizing Cream at£290 for 100 ml - buy here

Feature, NewsTania Smith