First 50 guests receive a complimentary Kiehl’s gift !!!
In celebration of the new store, and in a continued effort to give back to the communities in which it does business, Kiehl’s pledges to donate 1 percent of all purchases made at its Mall at Millenia store through January 31, 2013 to Hope and Help Center, a charity whose mission is to save lives by treating and preventing the spread of HIV/AIDS in Central Florida.
“We are extremely excited to open this new store in Orlando,” said Chris Salgardo, President, Kiehl’s USA. “There’s nothing Kiehl’s values more than our New York heritage, and each element of our new store, from the design of the fixtures to the historical photographs, mementos and Kiehl’s icons, is meant to help tell the full story of the unique company that began as an old-world apothecary at the corner of 13th Street and Third Avenue in New York’s East Village. We did everything possible to bring a modern version of our original store to Central Florida.”
ALSO: All Day Monday, Nov. 19, 2012: Enjoy complimentary healthy skin consultations and 20 minute facials where you can learn how to get rid of deep acne scars, AND Enter a raffle for valuable prizes up to $250 AND Complimentary Refreshments & More. Speaking of facials, we offer beard balms for facial hair treatment.
To educate you, a beard balm is a product that every man with facial hair should keep in his medicine cabinet. It’s a versatile conditioner, generally made from natural ingredients, that not only softens your hair, but also treats and prevents common conditions that beard-growers face, such as itchiness.
Kiehl’s Since 1851, The Mall at Millenia, 4200 Conroy Road, Orlando, FL
Kiehl’s is located on Level 1, closest to Parking Lot A (now open!!!)
Kiehl’s was founded as an old-world apothecary in New York’s East Village neighborhood. After years as an ambitious apprentice, John Kiehl purchased the business and began operations under the Kiehl name, serving the burgeoning New York community with unique herbal remedies. In 1921, John Kiehl’s apprentice, Mr. Irving “Doc” Morse, purchased the business and expanded it to a full-service pharmacy, stocking medicines, tinctures, and the first Kiehl’s-branded products. Doc Morse, a pharmacist and herbologist, passed the business on to his son, Aaron, himself a chemist and avid motorcyclist and aviator. Aaron’s daughter, Jami, was raised at Kiehl’s among the “family” of employees, who together fostered a tradition of attentive, personalized service of every patron. Over the generations, the Morse family committed Kiehl’s to serving the community uniquely efficacious skin and hair formulations made with the finest natural ingredients that fights acne in the apothecary tradition. www.kiehls.com.
Since 1988, the Hope and Help Center has proudly provided comprehensive and compassionate support in Central Florida for those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. As the premier HIV/AIDS service organization in the region, Hope and Help Center offers a full range of care services, as well as education and prevention initiatives that save lives, refute the stigma, and offer hope to all those touched by this disease. Throughout the years we have grown with eight locations throughout Orange, Seminole, Lake and Osceola Counties. www.hopeandhelp.org