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Pretty Futuristic: Microcurrent Power Boost Beauty Device

Amanda Storey
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LANCER™ DERMATOLOGY Microcurrent Power Boost Device

LANCER™ DERMATOLOGY Microcurrent Power Boost Device

Is it a relic recently found in an undiscovered Pharaoh's tomb? Is it a prop from the sick bay set of Star Trek Next Generation? Donald Trump's razor? No.

Feast your eyes on the future of pretty, the Lancer Dermatology Microcurrent Power Boost Device.

This beauty tool uses the power of Germanium; a rare precious metal prized for it's electrical conductivity, precise vibrations and electromagnetic force fields. Powered by battery, it oscillates at 6500 rpm and Dr. Lancer claims it tightens and tones the skin at a cellular level.

Twist the bottom of the handle, press the wand to your face and the soothing waves of energy temporarily increase blood circulation. More circulation means more oxygen and nutrients. The bodies rescue team is brought to the skin's surface all while toxins are whisked away and skincare is absorbed more effectively.

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Dr. Lancer, the dermatologist behind the Microcurrent Power Boost Device.

Dr. Lancer, the dermatologist behind the Microcurrent Power Boost Device.

Harold Lancer MD is a trusted Hollywood dermatologist to the stars. He has been on Ellen and Oprah, even getting his products featured on Oprah's much coveted favorites list. His products have been showcased in every major fashion, beauty and lifestyle magazine. In addition to his Microcurrent Power Boost Device, he also has a full line of skin and bodycare.

His "The Lancer Method" line addresses his patients frustration with their previous skincare routines by offering a simple three step process.

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Lancer Dermatology "Polish" Natural Sea Minerals

Lancer Dermatology "Polish" Natural Sea Minerals

Step One: Exfoliate. The Lancer Method offers two different exfoliants. One for all skin types including dry and sensitive and another for acne-prone skin.

Shown here is the Natural Sea Mineral Polish. It contains the proprietary Lancer CRT Oxygen Technology™ Liposome Complex with ingredients that help provide oxygenation while combating the effects of reactive oxygen species

Retails: $75 exclusively at Nordstrom.

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Lancer Dermatology Extremely Pure Cleanser

Lancer Dermatology Extremely Pure Cleanser

Step Two: Cleanse. Dr. Lancers cleansers are rich in enzymes, oxygen and hydrators. They are designed to wash away environmental toxins and skin impurities. The Lancer Method offers two cleansers to choose from the "Extremely Pure" cleanser and the "Exfoliating Blemish Cleanser".

Retails:$50 exclusively at Nordstrom




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Lancer Dermatology AM/PM Nourish

Lancer Dermatology AM/PM Nourish

Step Three: Moisturize with Dr. Lancer's AM/PM Nourishment. This product was featured on Oprah and was also nominated for a Nordstrom Beauty Award in 2012. It is super-charged with anti-aging peptides, firms the skin and visually diminishes lines and wrinkles. Added bonus, it can be used around the eyes! Dr. Lancer claims you will see a difference in your skin after one week of use.

This is" The Lancer Method" product you would use with the Microcurrent Power Boost Device.

Retails:$100 exclusively at Nordstrom




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The Lancer Method Starter Kit

The Lancer Method Starter Kit

I don't buy-in to gimmicky products, but I admit that this tool intrigues me. I like that the Microcurrent Power Boost Device helps skincare reach it's target, the areas within the skin where it's most needed. What's the point of my dedicated twice daily skincare routine if the products aren't penetrating my skin as effectively as they could?

Dr. Lancer claims that with daily use, results will be visible within two weeks. The big deterrent for me is the hefty $225 price tag. I wish there was a way to try it for two weeks and then pay for it!

Would you try the Lancer Dermatology Microcurrent Power Boost Device or is it a high-priced gimmick?

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