Now Open in Glendale: Kiehl's

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Good news: The moisture mania has arrived.

Kiehl's, known for its quality skin and hair products for more than 150 years, launched its new store within Dillard's at Arrowhead Towne Center in Glendale on Thursday.

For those who are familiar with Kiehl's, this news couldn't come sooner. For those who are not, you're going to want to check out what's after the jump...

The New York-based company hopes that in expanding stores to the southwest, its products will be more accessible to women, men, children and even pets. They've implemented a "try before you buy" program that offers shoppers a line of samples before purchase (oh yeah, this could very dangerous).

Kiehl's also stands by its mission of giving back to the communities they move into. The company focuses its philanthropic work on HIV/AIDS awareness, environment causes and children's charities.

During Thursday's grand opening, representatives from Dillard's and Kiehl's presented the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Phoenix with $1,000.

The donation represents a small portion of what the companies plan to give to the charity, which provides a home away from home to families traveling for children's medical treatment. In total, Dillard's and Kiehl's will donate $29,000 to Ronald McDonald House Charities across the country.

Kiehl's is located within Dillard's at Arrowhead Towne Center near 83rd Avenue and Bell Road. For more information about the store, visit the Kiehl's website. To learn more about the efforts of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Phoenix, visit www.rmhcphoenix.com.

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