Erno Laszlo: The Cleansers

One of the stand out products in the Erno Laszlo skincare range is the Sea Mud Deep Cleansing Bar, this magical bar leaves skin fresh and dirt and makeup free.

The first step of your personalized ritual uses the Sea Mud Bar to clean and refresh the skin. The Sea Mud Cleansing bar stimulates and cleanses –  improving circulation and motivating natural skin regeneration.

The Sea Mud Deep Cleansing bar is best used along side the Phelityl Pre-Cleansing Oil

Erno Laszlo Pre cleansing oil and black soap bar



  • Poor a small amount of oil into your hands and then gently rub it onto dry skin using circular motions.
  • Fill a sink with warm to hot water (a comfortable temperature)
  • Submerge the Sea Mud bar into the water
  • Take the bar and run it onto your skin, work up a lather and apply to the face.
  • To rinse, splash your face 20 times with the water from the sink.
  • Empty the sink and fill up with more hot water and splash the skin 10 more times.
  • Pat dry with a towel and feel the full refreshment of the cleansing ritual.

Here is a video of how to use the 2 step cleansing ritual:


The Erno Laszlo Sea Mud Deep Cleansing bar is recommended for normal/ combination, slightly oily skin.

Erno Laszlo’s iconic, original cleansing bar removes impurities and exfoliates for soft, smooth skin. This 97% natural exfoliating black soap dramatically improves the overall quality of your skin with therapeutic Dead Sea mud.

The Sea Mud Deep Cleansing Bar exfoliates, stimulates and cleanses the skin, to give you a fresh squeaky clean feeling. Removing makeup, pollution and dirt from the skin, and also improving the appearance of blackheads.

If you have normal skin or oily skin this black bar is the product for you! Give it a try and let us know how you get on.

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