History of Kiehl's

Kiehl's, founded as a small apothecary in 1851 by John Kiehl in New York City, initially offered pharmaceutical and herbal remedies. Over the years, it transitioned into a skincare brand, renowned for its natural ingredients and personalized customer service. Acquired by the L'Oréal Group in 2000, Kiehl's maintained its commitment to quality and innovation, expanding globally while retaining its cult following for iconic products like the Creme de Corps and Midnight Recovery Concentrate, embodying a blend of heritage, efficacy, and community engagement.