Kiehl’s introduces the new Calendula Serum-Infused Water Cream



American apothecary brand Kiehl’s continues to harness the power of Calendula through the latest launch of the new Calendula Serum-Infused Water Cream. This time-honored ingredient was first introduced back in the 1960’s with the launch of Calendula Herbal Extract Alcohol-Free Toner, which remains Kiehl’s bestselling toner worldwide.


Calendula is a flowering medical herb that is, within skincare formulas, often used to help soothe and calm the skin. The extract and petals of Calendula provide a lasting, continuous supply of discomfort-reducing compounds, provide antioxidant protection, soothe skin and reduce discomfort.


Kiehl’s Calendula Serum-Infused Water Cream is a lightweight, soothing moisturizer that brings instant relief and a burst of lasting hydration. The new concentrated Calendula Serum holds active ingredients within the water phase. On application, the serum transforms and delivers hundreds of micronized Calendula petal particles and Calendula Extract deep into the skin. The cream’s weightless formula strengthens the skin barrier and even helps to reduce the early signs of aging. With continued use, it also reduces skin redness.

How to use:

  • Apply after cleanser, toner and serum
  • With clean fingertips, massage a pea-sized amount onto skin
  • In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with water
  • Can be used morning and night

For petal-soft skin, try our entire Calendula Collection including their deep foaming face wash, alcohol-free Calendula toner and hydrating and soothing face mask.


Kiehl’s Calendula Serum-Infused Water Cream is available at Kiehl’s stores and selected stores worldwide. Come into the beautiful world of Kiehl’s.





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