Introducing Lancer Omega Hydrating Oil with Ferment Complex
As a practicing dermatologist and head of Lancer Skincare, my product innovations are informed by my own clinical observations and wider industry need. Recently, I have observed an increase in skin dehydration caused by stressful lifestyles and poor nutrition. My latest innovation, Omega Hydrating Oil with Ferment Complex was developed in response to a widespread need for advanced skin hydration and moisturization. Continue reading “From Practice to Product”
From Practice to Product was last modified: March 27th, 2021 by Dr. Harold Lancer
When summer arrives, many of us become suddenly aware of our skin’s imperfections. Time in the sun can be unequivocally therapeutic, but it also means more sun damage. Joyful hours in the sunshine can also come with sunspots, dull or uneven skin tone, sagginess, and fine lines and wrinkles. So are there dermatology treatments that allow you to revel in the summer sun and still treat your skin to keep it looking youthful, radiant and healthy all season? Absolutely. Just select a regimen of in-office dermatology treatments that pinpoint and treat the results of UV damage, as well as skincare treatments that treat and protect your skin from further harm. Continue reading “Dermatology Treatments in Summer”
Dermatology Treatments in Summer was last modified: March 30th, 2021 by Dr. Harold Lancer
You’ve probably noticed that skincare goes through trends in the same way that fashion does. From cucumbers on tired eyes to vampire facials, skincare seems to have seen it all. But now, many dermatologists are publicizing the benefits of simple ingredients—ingredients you often find in your own kitchen. Recently, Dr. Harold Lancer was featured on the Dr. Oz Show, where he discussed the anti-aging benefits of using probiotic yogurt on your skin.
Continue reading “Benefits of Probiotic Yogurt for Skin”
Benefits of Probiotic Yogurt for Skin was last modified: July 8th, 2021 by Dr. Harold Lancer
One morning you wake up, look at your reflection, and realize you look older than you feel. You no longer recognize the person gazing back at you. The way your skin is beginning to droop makes you look tired and it doesn’t reflect your youthful personality. You consider whether you’re willing to undergo surgery to repair the damage done by time, gravity, and the sun, but it’s a daunting undertaking. Ultimately, you don’t feel ready to undergo the cost or the time commitment a surgery requires, and the risks of a full surgical facelift aren’t worth it for you. Does this mean you’re out of options?
Continue reading “Silhouette InstaLift: A Facelift Without Surgery”
Silhouette InstaLift: A Facelift Without Surgery was last modified: March 27th, 2021 by Dr. Harold Lancer
On Oscar night, all eyes are on the stars. The chatter is about what the rich and famous will wear and how they will look walking the famed red carpet. A night as big as the Oscars calls for only the best for Hollywood’s biggest names, and when it comes to dermatologists, Dr. Harold Lancer is the best of the best. It’s no surprise that devoted celebrity clients flock to his office for youthful and radiant-looking skin in time for the glamorous evening. Continue reading “Preparing for Oscar Night”
Preparing for Oscar Night was last modified: March 30th, 2021 by Dr. Harold Lancer
Somewhere in our mid-30s or early 40s, we look in the mirror one day and realize our skin looks different than it used to. Over time, skin loses elasticity and collagen, causing the telltale sagging and loose skin that signifies aging. Jawlines loosen, cheeks begin to fall, eyebrows and eyelids droop, and chins start to look weaker than they are. Time and gravity can be cruel, and this loose skin is one of the principal complaints dermatologists see. Yet even those who are most bothered by the touch of time and gravity on their skin are often hesitant to sign up to get poked by needles, injected with fillers and neurotoxins, or go under the knife, fearing the unnatural results and complications that can come with these procedures. So, is there an option that doesn’t require these kinds of invasive treatments?
Continue reading “What Is Ultherapy?”
What Is Ultherapy? was last modified: March 27th, 2021 by Dr. Harold Lancer
Dr. Harold Lancer was pleased to receive the “Beauty Enhancement Award” at the third annual Hollywood Beauty Awards on February 19th for his work as a world-renowned dermatologist to the stars. As the Hollywood Beauty Awards noted, Dr. Lancer has had the pleasure of working with many high-profile celebrities who sing his praises. His three decade long commitment to helping patients achieve radiant, youthful-looking skin is legendary in the industry and ultimately earned him this accolade.
Continue reading “Dr. Harold Lancer Receives the Beauty Enhancement Award”
Dr. Harold Lancer Receives the Beauty Enhancement Award was last modified: March 27th, 2021 by Dr. Harold Lancer
Many women are looking for additional ways to improve the look of the skin all over their bodies. While excellent skincare is a great first step, there are other things to consider. When it comes to skin and tissue damage, as well as permanent marks like tattoos, clients often need to go beyond skincare to see results. Increasingly, patients are seeking procedures to treat issues that may be less conventional, but ultimately make a big difference in how they feel about themselves and how they look.
Continue reading “What to Expect with Thermiva and PicoWay Treatments”
What to Expect with Thermiva and PicoWay Treatments was last modified: March 27th, 2021 by Dr. Harold Lancer
Interlocking chemistry is not just some heady term you hoped you’d never hear again after narrowly passing science class, it’s the secret behind The Lancer Method
(Polish, Cleanse, Nourish). The Method was developed as an integrative three-part system, wherein each step, or product, makes the others more effective. Though this might sound like mad science, it’s based on the most basic principle of pH and our skin’s acid mantle. Skin is naturally slightly acidic, and it’s this acid mantle that protects from bacteria, infection etc. Many cleansers, especially those of lower quality, can leave the skin stripped of it’s natural acid barrier; thus leading to irritation, redness, acne breakouts and other problems. Our Polish
is designed to sweep skin of dead cells and debris; The Method Cleanse
is designed to not only clean off the lifted cells, dirt and other debris, but also to restore the skin’s pH to protect the natural acid barrier. The result is smooth skin that is prepared to receive the nurtrients and hydration in Nourish
, with no “toner step” needed.
The Secret of The Lancer Method: Interlocking Chemistry was last modified: March 4th, 2023 by Dr. Harold Lancer
The Oscars are this Sunday and although you may be watching from the comfort of your own couch rather than attending, there are plenty of skincare hacks you can steal from the stars for your own big days. On the day of a major event, you should take a three-pronged approach of activity, diet and skincare to prep:
Activity: Start the morning with light exercise for an energy boost, to increase blood circulation for a healthy glow, and to keep your metabolism active throughout the day.
Diet: Staying uber-hydrated and avoiding foods that cause bloating are key if you’ll be sliding in to a black tie dress and want your skin in tip-top shape. Things to avoid: salt, sugar, grains and alcohol. Fill up on lean protein, fresh veggies and healthy fats instead.
Skincare: In terms of topical skincare, don’t do anything aggressive that would strip or inflame the skin, such as using acids or drying agents. Instead, stick with pampering and hydrating products and treatments. A hydrating mask the night before a big event can do wonders!
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Glowing Skin Hacks for the Day of a Big Event was last modified: March 4th, 2023 by Dr. Harold Lancer