Pretty Futuristic: Microcurrent Power Boost Beauty Device

Amanda Storey

View gallery

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.

View gallery

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.

View gallery

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.

View gallery

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

View gallery

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

View gallery

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?

Sorry you didn't like this comment. Please provide a reason below.

Are you sure?
Rating failed. Try again.
Request failed. Try again.
We will promote constructive and witty comments to the top, so everyone sees them!
Sorry, we can’t load comments right now. Try again.

    Recommended for You

    • Man murdered wife's family and then killed her as she attended funeral service in 'evil plot'

      A man has been found guilty of executing an "evil plot" in which he killed his sister-in-law and father-in-law to lure his wife to their funerals, where he then murdered her. Samuel Velasco Gurrola, 41, conspired to kill his wife Ruth Sagredo and her family with the help of his two siblings in the US town of El Paso in Texas. As Ruth Sagredo joined her sister's funeral procession, Gurrola murdered her.

      International Business Times ONC UK q
    • Saturday Night Live: Tom Hanks Exposes a Surprising Truth About Trump Supporters

      The final debate sketch wasn’t the only time Tom Hanks and Saturday Night Live decided to roast Donald Trump. S.N.L. hasn’t exactly been gentle on Trump supporters this election season. Or did you miss that fake ad last year where the show unflinchingly compared them to Nazis? So, knowing some biting political commentary is coming, it’s surprising to see Tom Hanks—who, earlier in the night, leaned into his gentle, “America’s Dad” persona—put on that red “Make America Great Again” cap for a “Black Jeopardy!” sketch. But, either way, it was good to see Hanks behind the old Jeopardy! podium where he made such a splash playing a dumbed down version of himself opposite Will Ferrell’s Alex Trebek back

      HWD q
    • The Walking Dead: Negan's Victim Speaks Out on 'Messed-Up' Exit

      Warning: The following doesn’t just contain spoilers for the Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead, it contains big ol’ bashed-in skull-shaped spoilers. So if you’ve yet to watch the episode — and think you’ll be able to bear to — proceed no further. Glenn’s death in Sunday’s Walking Dead premiere was meant to be — and […]
    • Michael Crabtree touched his shoulder and was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct

      Michael Crabtree is one unsportsmanlike conduct penalty from an automatic ejection after getting penalized for doing nothing wrong. Oakland Raiders wide receiver Michael Crabtree wasn’t able to avoid the penalty Sunday, even though he didn’t even do one. Crabtree celebrated a 2-yard touchdown pass against the Jacksonville Jaguars just before halftime by tossing the ball.

      SB Nation q
    • 745-Pound Woman Needs Gallbladder Surgery, Doctors Refuse

      Desperately in need of gall-bladder surgery, Katrina Randall, was rushed to the hospital on Friday. Her family hopes her latest trip leads to a life-saving procedure but there`s a catch - her family says doctors won`t operate because of her size. She weighs 740 pounds.

    • Police baffled by couple found dead next to untouched bags of Taco Bell — and not much else

      Cameron and Courtney Hulet were lying on their living room floor when a neighbor saw them. The neighbor didn’t think much of it. She heard moans and figured they were asleep. She closed the front door, which the couple had a habit of leaving open, David Uhl, manager of the southeast Michigan village of Dundee, told The Washington Post. It was Tuesday morning. The neighbor didn’t see the Hulets all day, she told authorities. She went back to check on them later that night. They were still lying next to each other. Taco Bell bags and drinks sat next to them on a table, untouched. The woman had a male friend check on them, Uhl said. Police were called to the apartment shortly before midnight on

      Washington Post q
    • Top aide touts Donald Trump's 'drain the swamp' message

      That would've meant Trump running mate Mike Pence would've been term-limited out of office halfway through his 12-year tenure representing Indiana. "He was definitely living in the swamp," Conway said of Pence, who led fiscal conservative fights like opposing the bank bailout pushed by his own party's President George W. Bush. "Mike Pence would agree with Donald Trump on that: When you're there for too long, you need that fresh blood and new perspective," Conway said. "I wish there were more members like Mike Pence. If there were, we wouldn't need to have the conversation." Conway also attacked Clinton over her family foundation's acceptance of foreign contributions -- but Tapper pointed out

      CNN q
    • Bella Thorne looks like a live-action Jessica Rabbit in this incredible red dress

      Bella Thorne is a red-hot fashionista and we are totally obsessed with her latest look. The 19-year-old actress has a history of…

      Hello Giggles
    • Chelsea manager Antonio Conte denies mocking Manchester United

      "humiliate" Jose Mourinho during the 4-0 win over Manchester United. Mourinho exchanged heated words with Conte at the final whistle at Stamford Bridge, with Sky Sports reporting that the Portuguese coach was unhappy with Conte's attempts to encourage the home fans to make more noise with the score at 4-0. The 53-year-old is reported to have told Conte in Italian: "You don't celebrate like that at 4-0.

      International Business Times UK q
    • US: Philippines' Duterte sparking distress around the world

      MANILA, Philippines (AP) — America's top diplomat for Asia said Monday that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's controversial remarks and a "real climate of uncertainty" about his government's intentions have sparked distress in the U.S. and other countries.

      Associated Press 52 min ago
    • Wikileaks puts Clinton advisor Benenson on notice

      Wikileaks implied Sunday it will leak information on Hillary ClintonHillary Rodham ClintonLuntz: This should have been 'slam dunk for the GOP' McMullin: Republicans 'putting party ahead of principle' Axelrod: I don't know any strategist on either side who privately thinks Trump will win MORE's chief campaign strategist, Joel Benenson.   "@benensonj We have a surprise for you #JBSurprise," said the tweet to Benenson, using the same "surprise" language Wikileaks used last week when it put Democratic National Committee interim head Donna Brazile and vice presidential nominee Kaine on notice last week. Wikileaks also repeated a threat in a tweet at Kaine and NBC's "Meet the Press," saying, "@MeetThePress

      The Hill q
    • The Walking Dead: Glenn's 15 Most Memorable Moments

      Warning: The following contains spoilers from the Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead. If you haven’t watched it yet, you should probably put off reading this article until you have. Well, that hurt. Sunday’s Season 7 premiere of The Walking Dead left our — and, we’ll wager, your — hearts feeling just about as […]
    • Jay Z Says He 'Misses The Old Kanye' Following West's Recent Rant

      Here’s something we all have in common with Jay Z: He misses the “old Kanye.” Roc-A-Fella co-founder Kareem “Biggs” Burke revealed as much following Kanye West’s surprising rant against his idol last week. Kanye blasted Jay for not personally visiting him after wife Kim Kardashian got robbed in Paris, for never setting up a playdate with their kids, and for Tidal politics preventing him from linking up with Drake, an Apple Music artist. “I was shocked to hear what Kanye said onstage,” Burke told Page Six at his Reasonable Doubt 20th anniversary pop-up shop on Saturday.

    • 5 Superheroes That Marvel May Never Get Back

      Though Marvel Studios has full rights to most of the company's superheroes, don't expect these to return home anytime soon.

      The Cheat Sheet q
    • MarketWatch q
    • Trump Surrogates Continue Their Apologist Tour to Election Day

      It’s a thankless job being a Donald Trump surrogate these days. The job fell to campaign manager Kellyanne Conway and Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus this weekend, and both twisted themselves in verbal knots casting the Trump campaign as something other than a foundering ship that’s headed to the bottom. After promising to deliver a “closing argument” in a speech on Saturday in Gettysburg, PA, Trump instead dedicated part of his remarks to promising to sue each of the dozen or so women who have accused him of sexual assault.

      The Fiscal Times
    • The Best All-Inclusive Packages at Adults-Only Resorts (7 photos)

      Hear that? Its not the sound of a baby on an airplane , or an argument between two kids. Its the roar of waves crashing on rocks, tree frogs chirping from the canopy, and of complete, grown-up silence. You dont have to be a parent to value the absence of potentially noisychildren. Everyone can appreciate the absolute tranquility of a kids-free hotel. Thats not to say adults cant get rowdybut adults-only properties tend to foster a relaxed, laid-back vibe. Guests are typically seeking a low-key (and yes, quiet) reprieve from life; especially if that life has three kids between the ages of 1 and 7. Resorts such as these know theres only one thing more calming than an escape from the myriadday-to-day tasks ofparenthood (or a romantic getaway that isnt stifled by shrieking infants or toddlers peeing in the pool ): an all-inclusive package. Forget about nitpicking every cocktail or excursionall-inclusive packages make a resort stay a totally worry-free experience. You already know what the bill will look like when you get return home. Even your tips are included. If all this sounds like just what you need, read on for a few of our favorite all-inclusive packages at the top adults-only resorts.

    • Emily Ratajkowski Cheers on the L.A. Dodgers in a Midriff-Baring Crop Top, Smooches Her Boyfriend in the Stands

      Who says you have to rock a billowing jersey to show your sportsmanship? Not Emily Ratajkowski, who showcased her toned physique as she cheered on the Los Angeles Dodgers at a baseball game in L.A. on Thursday. The model and actress took a minimalist approach to dressing for the sidelines and rocked a black pair of high-waist jeans with a long-sleeve white crop top that showcased her abs. She proudly put forth her support of the hometown team with a black cap that simply read "LA"

    • Michigan lined up in a 10-man centipede formation again

      Jim Harbaugh is unique. Michigan’s coaches don’t call it that -- they call it “trains” — but we’re not Michigan’s coaches. Needing two yards, Michigan came out with five linemen, three tight ends, a fullback, and a running back.

      SB Nation q
    • These twin brothers dancing in a supermarket are going viral and it’s cause they’re amazing

      Dancing in public is pretty much a regular activity for us. But when we discovered these twin brothers with amazing moves busting a…

      Hello Giggles