How to Follow the Erno Laszlo Cleansing Technique

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How to Follow the Erno Laszlo Cleansing Technique

Learn how to cleanse skin using the Erno Laszlo technique that purifies the complexion and improves the health of your skin.

How-to: How to follow the Erno Laszlo cleansing technique

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Erno Laszlo has perfected the method for using their products through years of research. This brand is a celebrity favorite with a wide range of products that combat oiliness, aging, discoloration and loss of firmness. Follow their perfected four-step process that cleanses, tones, hydrates and treats your skin for a flawless look every time.

Step 1 is to cleanse the complexion. Begin by applying Phelityl Pre-Cleansing Oil to remove any leftover residue or makeup. Fill a basin or your sink with comfortably warm water and then swirl one of the cleansing bar soaps in the water. Work up a lather and gently rub the soap on your skin. Use the warm water in the basin to splash your face 20 times. Then using hot water, splash your face an additional ten times and dry with a soft towel. This process oxygenates skin, flushes out toxins and stimulates blood flow to create healthy skin.

Step 2 is to tone your complexion while skin is still slightly damp. Gently apply the toner with a saturated cotton ball. Follow with Step 3, your moisturizer, by massaging the product into skin with upward motions. Finish with Step 4, the Shake-It Tinted Oil-Controlling Treatment that controls oil and locks in moisture. Use a press-and-roll motion to apply the tint with a cotton ball and blend using your fingers.

Follow these four steps to recreate an Erno Laszlo facial treatment at home and check out all of the Erno Laszlo products at 

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