Announces the Addition of Erno Laszlo

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Dr. Erno Laszlo believed that beautiful skin requires a commitment, not a miracle.

Erno Laszlo Blue Firmarine SPF 30

Erno Laszlo Blue Firmarine SPF 30

Erno Laszlo products are effective, luxurious and based on years of hands-on experience with clients., the nation’s leading e-commerce specialty retailer providing scientifically sound solutions for healing and maintaining healthy skin, has added, Erno Laszlo, to its assortment of premium products.

Hungarian-born Dr. Erno Laszlo specialized in dermatology after gaining notoriety working with the royal family of Belgium. His popularity and clientele of royalty and Hollywood led to the establishment of the Erno Laszlo Institute in New York in the 1940s and later, the inclusion of his products at Saks Fifth Avenue.

Dr. Laszlo believed in creating customized products specifically formulated to address signs of premature aging, the stresses of modern lifestyles and environmental hazards. Erno Laszlo Blue Firmarine SPF 30 is a rich, firming day cream that nourishes, strengthens the skin’s barrier and protects with SPF 30.

Christina Bertolino, Senior Buying Manager at said, “Erno Laszlo products are effective, luxurious and based on years of hands-on experience with clients.”

Physician-founded in 1997, SkinStore carries over 250 premium brands of skin care, cosmetics, hair care, beauty tools and fragrances from around the world, including high quality products normally found only in luxury spas, fine department stores and dermatologist offices. Free shipping is applied to all U.S. orders over $49, and an esthetician-staffed call center is available Monday through Friday to answer customer questions. The company is headquartered in Gold River (Sacramento), California with enterprises in Sydney, Australia and affiliates in Hangzhou, China. For more information visit, or

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