The classic beauty brand, Kiehl’s, is permanently closing eight of its 24 Canadian stores some time this year.
The closures are a result of the company putting a larger focus on its online shop due to new customer behaviours.
Kiehl’s first opened its flagship in New York City back in 1851 and has created a cult-like following since then. It was actually the first brand to list its ingredients on beauty products before it was even mandatory. Unfortunately, it’s now the latest notable brand to be impacted by the on-going pandemic.
The Kiehl’s stores that are shuttering are in the GTA, Montreal, Vancouver, Edmonthon, London, and Halifax. The locations are at Toronto Yonge Street, Upper Canada Mall in Newmarket, Masonville Place in London, Quartier Dix 30 in Montreal, Carrefour Laval, West Edmonton Mall, Halifax Shopping Centre, and Coquitlam Centre.
Although these locations will close for good, the beauty brand will still operate 16 stores all across Canada.
So, if you’re a skincare junkie obsessed with Kiehl’s, there are still a bunch of ways to get your hands on the products!
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