There is something about the celebrity beauty routines that simply fascinates us - whether to discover the secret of their flawless skin or just learn a little bit more about their day to day life. After getting to know Marilyn Monroe's skincare routine, let's immerse ourselves in the beauty routine of Jackie O!
Dated May 1, 1963, the recipe that Dr. Erno Laszlo passed on to Jackie contained not just products, but also a diet designed especially for improving the skin. The diet let her drink champagne, which, according to the document, was the only thing she ever drank, and suggested to eat of a lot of protein, including many fish.
Dr. Erno Laszlo indicated that Jackie should avoid the use of moisturisers and heavy oils on her face, as otherwise blackheads and pimples would reappear.
In addition, the first lady was advised to use Erno Laszlo Light Controlling Lotion and Erno Laszlo Phelityl Oil. However, what draws the most attention is the prescription of Light Controlling Lotion, a kind of exfoliator for the pores - not only for the face, but also for the armpits.
For the legs and arms, the doctor told Jackie to massage them with Phelityl oil. Check out the full document: