Erno Laszlo Phelityl Night Cream

Erno Laszlo Phelityl Night Cream
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One of Erno Laszlo's earliest innovations, this lightweight Phelityl Night Cream complex is still an advanced way to deliver moisture to skin by matching skin's pH and helping to replenish the fatty acids essential to its health. It's formulated with glycerin, silicon, sweet birch, and clove oil.

How do I use it: Moisturize after toning and prescribed treatments such as serums and eye preparations. Gently apply with fingertips, blending upward and outward from the middle of the face, then along the neck and decolletage.

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  • 1.7-fl oz Phelityl Night Cream

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Erno Laszlo Phelityl Night Cream is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 24 hour skin care... When paired with the Firmarine moisturizer SPF 30. Please see my review for that product as the two should be used in tandem for optimum results!. My skin does NOT give my age away, and because of this I am well pleased!
Date published: 2018-06-20
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Dry Feeling I have used Erno Laszlo in the past and loved it - but its been a while. I saw it on QVC and thought I would try it again. This cream once absorbed into your skin is very dry feeling? That would not be a problem, but even after a few hours, my skin still feels dry and not hydrated. For $100.00 bucks, I want it to feel silky and like its doing something? I also do not like how these high end companies fill in their jars with air pockets. Not sure this would even last for a month and its toooooo expensive to not last a month. Will be returning. I guess I will stick to the Phelityl PreCleanse Oil and Sunscreen line. My advice if your local dept. store sells this go and try it out first before wasting your money on shipping and return shipping fees.
Date published: 2018-05-27
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