In a bit printed on the Make-up Museum’s Instagram, New York dermatologist Erno Laszlo prescribed Jackie together with his eponymous merchandise after a session. Past the topical, the physician additionally steered a particular food regimen: Two hard-boiled eggs, “Hollywood toast” with honey, tea, skimmed milk for breakfast; beef, broiled, cottage cheese or “one thing of the like,” and skimmed milk for lunch. Meat, watercress salad or “no matter vegetable” rounded out dinner.
The physician additionally really helpful she eat fish, “it doesn’t matter what type of how.”
“An icon of magnificence and elegance, Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy remains to be immediately one of the crucial recognizable First Girls of the USA,” the caption says. “On this never-before-seen doc dated Might 1, 1963, the Make-up Museum is unveiling for the primary time new insights into how Mrs. Kennedy maintained her flawless look. The skincare session notes from @ernolaszlonyc dated Might 1, 1963 was typical of the detailed personalization that the Erno Laszlo Institute created for all shoppers at the moment. Erno Laszlo’s chief historian and branding officer Patricia Schuffenhauer explains the holistic strategy of the directions that Mrs. Kennedy was meant to observe, and even a few of the merchandise really helpful for President John F. Kennedy himself.”
After all, Onassis wasn’t the one celeb the in-demand Dr. Laszlo handled. In accordance with the model’s web site, he “particularly created Phormula 3-8 for Marilyn Monroe to heal a scar on her abdomen and saved her well-stocked with Energetic Phelityl Cream, an all goal moisturizer, for her signature on-screen glow.”
Greta Garbo and Audrey Hepburn additionally trusted the physician’s recommendation.
“I owe 50 p.c of my magnificence to my mom,” Hepburn famously stated. “And the opposite 50 p.c to Erno Laszlo.”