Style: Museum-Quality Beauty

It's official: antiaging products are now part of America's scientific heritage. This month the 153-year-old Kiehl's brand is donating three products to the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History: Cryste Marine Cream, based on a flower that grows on rock formations along the Mediterranean coast; Abyssine Cream, based on a polysaccharide found near the Galapagos' hydrothermal vents; and the Original Musk Eau de Toilette, left, will all take up residence in the Division of Medicine and Science. --By Samantha Hallock


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