Erno Laszlo Cleansing Ritual

Sunday, April 20th 2014 0

A squeaky clean cleanse

One of my favourite make-up artists is Daniel Sandler. Aside from being one of the loveliest, funniest people you could meet, his products are divine and he knows his make-up inside out. When he talks beauty, I listen.

I had noticed that Daniel often spoke highly of Erno Laszlo products, and this week for the first time I tried their cleansing ritual. It’s unusual to say the least.

It all begins with the Phelityl Pre-Cleansing Oil. Applied onto a dry face (over make-up if you like), you massage it in and allow it to dissolve make-up and impurities. This is very rich so be sure to use it sparingly. I love using oils to remove make-up because I find that they manage to lift every last morsel of foundation and leave my skin feeling much softer.

Erno Laszlo Oil

Now for the second part of the cleanse – a black soap called the Sea Mud Deep Cleansing Bar. After creating a lather with the soap, you work it onto the oil and the two merge together to form a creamy consistency, not unlike a clay face mask. Do be careful when you’re doing this… a black soap and a white basin don’t amount to the neatest of cleansing regimes! The Erno Laszlo recommends splashing the cleanser away with bursts of cold and hot water to tone the skin and boost circulation, but for me a warm face cloth was a tidier (and much quicker) solution.

Sea Mud Soap

Although the ritual was perhaps a little messier than other cleansers, the results were worth it. My skin was exceptionally clean and every last trace of oil gone. If you like a squeaky clean skin finish, you’ll want to give this a try.

Erno Laszlo is now available at www.lookfantastic.com.

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