Erno Laszlo is the progenitor of modern skincare, founded in 1927 by the eponymous Hungarian-born medical doctor.
Dr. Erno Laszlo specialized in dermatology after gaining fame for transforming the complexion of Princess Stephanie of Belgium. His clientele was a ‘Who's Who’ of royalty, society and Hollywood. By the late 1940s, the Erno Laszlo Institute in New York had a strictly limited membership of 3,000 clients.
Creating tailor-made products specifically formulated to confront the signs of premature aging, environmental hazards, and the stress of a modern lifestyle has earned Erno Laszlo its reputation for 85 years of kept promises. It’s a legacy that continues to this day.