Jami Morse Heidegger was bottle-fed with cosmetic formulas by her grandfather, Irving, who acquired Kiehl's Since 1851, in 1921. Jami and her husband took over the reins of the company in 1988 before selling the brand at L'Oréal in 2001. A new adventure opens to them with the Retrouvé brand, developed by the Morse laboratories. A line of high-end beauty concentrates that has required more than 10 years of research.
Inspired by the timeless beauty of the Italian Renaissance, the Retrouvé skincare line makes exception its absolute rule. Retrouvé has only one goal: to restore harmony between the skin cells; this, through active ingredients such as apple stem cells. The line contains only what the skin needs: no dyes, no artificial fragrance, no parabens, no silicones ...