Kiehl's First-Ever Fragrance Line Inspired By Their 4 Original 'Aromatic Blends'
July 11, 2012
When you think of Kiehl’s now, you think of under-eye creams, super rich lotions, and natural-smelling hair products, but back in 1851 when the company was first born, its expertise was in scented oils. The company just returned to their roots, though, with Aromatic Blends, the first-ever fragrance line (they’ve only sold eau de toilettes until now) inspired by their original scented musks. Now, four original scents—Orange Flower & Lychee, Nashi Blossom & Grapefruit, Vanilla & Cedarwood, and Fig Leaf & Sage—are available in delicious fragrance form (as well as hydrating body lotions and sulfate-free body cleansers). Each blend was sustainably and naturally sourced from countries around the world, including the south of France, Japan, Uganda, and locally in the U.S.