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An iconic American brand of premium skin care that boasts a uniquely extensive range of products for men
Review of Kiehl's
Product range. Skin care, body care, and hair care products. Kiehl's extensive line of products for men makes the company distinct from the competition. There's much more Kiehl's men's range than aftershaves: age defenders, oil eliminators, facial and body fuels, and beard grooming oils.
Unique products. Musk Eau de Toilette Spray, Powerful-Strength Line-Reducing Concentrate, Calendula Herbal Extract Alcohol-Free Toner, Lip Balm #1, Blue Astringent Herbal Lotion, Ultra Facial Moisturizer, and Kiehl's signature Creme de Corps are among Kiehl's bestsellers that have won the company high acclaim Incidentally, the fancy language behind Kiehl's product names was a courtesy of Aaron Morse who took over the store in the 1960s. Today, however, it's the Kielh's hair care products that are most in demand.
What/how to buy. When choosing a Kiehl's product mind your skin type and skin concerns. If you trust customer reviews and word of mouth more than Kiehl's product descriptions, look no further than the products that have stood the test of time. Most of their formulas were designed back in the 1960s and 1970s and have also withstood the test of facts and practice. For example, Kiehl's Ultra Facial Moisturizer supported Everest '88 climbers in their successful ascent of the mountain’s East Face without supplemental oxygen.
Pricing. Not quite affordable. An average Kiehl's product costs £45 to £50.
Corporate history highlights. Back in 1851, Kiehl's was a modest homeopathic pharmacy located in Manhattan, New York. The 1950s proved pivotal to the brand's development. The decade saw the launching of a range of products that brought Kiehl's to prominence. After Aaron Morse passed away in 1995, Kiehl's rediscovered the brand's mojo in showcasing in every Kielh's store vintage motorcycles amassed by the late owner. To this day the Kiehl's flagship store sits on 3rd Avenue in the East Village of Manhattan in the same location as the original pharmacy opened by John Kiehl.