Andy Warhol is considered as the most iconic person in modern art, mainly due to his impressive contributions to a new-borning art, that is what we call today “pop-art“. He was a big fan of Blue Astringent Herbal Lotion that has been launched in late 1960s by Kiehl’s. That time, Kiehl’s was an unassuming pharmacy at the intersection of Third Avenue and Thirteenth Street, that had been founded by John Kiehl.
Rumour has it, Andy Warhol used to pop in the pharmacy to buy Herbal Lotion. I may not be as idiosyncratic as Andy Warhol; when I was passing by a Kiehl’s store last weekend, I thought I should have a look as a scientist and art-lover.
Being tested other solutions to cure my persistent dark spots on my upper lip area, I can say that Kiehl’s Clearly Corrector Dark Spot Solution is the best until I find anything better! You can see difference within a week! I am not kidding or promoting this product, just give it a try! I am too happy to see they disappeared finally. 😀
Other product I bought is Amino Acid Shampoo which I was given a tester long before. Unlike other paraben-free and silicon-free shampoos, this one bubbles enough to feel like a real shampoo. Also, strangely, I don’t feel like I need extra conditioner after rinsing. My hair became more controllable and less frizzy.
They gave me a 65ml Grapefruit hand and body lotion which I loved the scent of.
In short, Kiehl’s products do justice to their pharmacological history, because they work, seriously! ❤️😍