The Erno Laszlo Institute Reopens

A skin care giant awakens

the erno laszlo institute!

The past is great. It’s the easiest place to store exes, bad haircuts, and unsolved misdemeanors.

Add skin woes to the list at The Erno Laszlo Institute, now open in Soho after a 40-year hiatus.

Appropriately decadent, the trilevel space houses a three-story crystal chandelier, red leather staircase, and — for now — the personal effects of Laszlo’s client, Marilyn Monroe.

Pop in anytime to shop the full skin care line, including pHormula 3-9, a just-launched cream that fights cellular sun damage.

For access to the upstairs den and subterranean treatment suites, you must become a member — a commitment of $3,000 per year (or $1,000 for a three-month trial).

Seem steep? Membership includes a consultation with dermatologist Scott Wells, a custom skin rejuvenation and maintenance program, and a minimum of fifteen nutrient-packed facials and regenerative peels performed with Laszlo’s famed serums.

The list is open, but space is limited.

Go on and give yourself a past present.

The Erno Laszlo Institute, 382 West Broadway, between Spring and Broome Streets (646-370-1536 or ernolaszlo.com). To sign up, email theinstitute@ernolaszlo.com.

Photo: Courtesy of The Erno Laszlo Institute

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382 W Broadway
bt Spring & Broome Sts
New York, NY 10012