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Kiehl's is a skincare and cosmetics brand.
All about Kiehl's
Kiehl's is a New York based line of personal care items, which includes skincare items and cosmetics. You can buy products to make your hair, skin, and body look and feel great! You can shop either at stand-along Kiehl's store locations, or you can find their products sold in upscale department stores and independent stores. They have lots of products for both men and women, and the emphasis is on simple products that get the job done.
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The history of Kiehl's
Kiehl's was founded in 1851 by John Kiel. It started out as a homeopathic pharmacy in New York City. In 1921, the store was bought by a man named Irving Morse, who helped develop lots of the store's signature products - which you can still buy today!
A few fun facts about Kiehl's that you (probably) didn't know
If you're reading this, then you probably know that Kiehl's is a great place to go shopping for skincare and cosmetics products that will make your skin, hair, and body look and feel their best. But, we have some fun facts that you might not know about the store!
Let's start with this one. The original Kiehl's store location still exists! You can find it in Manhattan at 3rd Avenue and 13th Street, and it's been here since 1851! The site is called "Pear Tree Corner", and it's named after a pear tree that was planted at the site in 1647 by Peter Stuyvesant. The tree, unlike the store, is no longer around; a wagon collison toppled it in 1867.
But, in November 2003, a new pear tree was planted by Kiehl's at the very same spot. You'll see it alongside their storefront displaying classic motorcycles and vintage drugstore items.