Lancer Skincare

Lancer Skincare


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2.3
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Overall rating
22%
would repurchase

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The Method: CLEANSE for Normal to Combination Skin

I just tried this cleanser in a small sample packet & I wasn't that impressed with it ! I completely agree with the last reviewer of this product! This facial cleansers is your typical foaming face wash with sodium Laureth sulfate & I found it a bit drying on my fairly oily skin type! But the biggest disappointment was the bad fragrance in this! Bc on the ingredients list it lists lavender oil & I was expecting a natural soothing lavender scent but instead I got hit with some fragrance that was sickening sweet which reminds me of some laundry detergent I had used a while ago ! But thankfully the perfume doesn't linger & rinses away fast! But it's not worth 50 something dollars for this facial cleanser! & it's something that could easily be replaced with a drug store face wash!& unless you have oily skin I think this would be drying on your face! Just a mediocre facial cleanser & I'm glad I just got a sample of this & I wouldn't blow my money on this!

The Method: CLEANSE for Normal to Combination Skin
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I just tried this cleanser in a small sample packet & I wasn't that impressed with it ! I completely agree with the last reviewer of this product! This facial cleansers is your typical foaming face wash with sodium Laureth sulfate & I found it a bit drying on my fairly oily skin type! But the biggest disappointment was the bad fragrance in this! Bc on the ingredients list it lists lavender oil & I was expecting a natural soothing lavender scent but instead I got hit with some fragrance that was sickening sweet which reminds me of some laundry detergent I had used a while ago ! But thankfully the perfume doesn't linger & rinses away fast! But it's not worth 50 something dollars for this facial cleanser! & it's something that could easily be replaced with a drug store face wash!& unless you have oily skin I think this would be drying on your face! Just a mediocre facial cleanser & I'm glad I just got a sample of this & I wouldn't blow my money on this!


The Method: CLEANSE for Normal to Combination Skin

This is a standard average water soluble foaming cleanser from Lancer Method: Cleanse. This is step two in the famous Lancer regimen. Very average formula, reading the ingredient listing on the back of the product was a laugh since the formula is so cheap and really doesn't differ at all from cleansers you can easily buy at the pharmacy for less than 10$! There are only so many ingredients in cosmetic chemistry than can cleanse skin in a water soluble format, this cleanser makes use of traditional surfactants such as cocamidopropyl betaine and sodium laureth sulfate, hardly spending over 60$ on. I can get the same light foaming action from my favourite drugstore bargain cleanser Neutrogena Foaming Face Wash or Olay Gentle Clean for Sensitive Skin. The scent is rather hideous and smells of bad ageing bath salts that need to be thrown out, almost like cheap body wash actually, a fake sweet smelling artificial scent, not at all pleasing. It comes out as a pearlescent blob, foams well in water on hands, the foaming bubbles aren't too strong, it cleans gently and remove makeup quite well. I just don't think this warrants the extortionate price. Ignore the Dr.Lancer's instructions to use this after your polish, it makes no sense at all, you must first cleanse your skin with this then go in with the polish (far too harsh feels like broken glass). Summary an expensive way to wash your face, money is literally going down the drain. Stick with a budget friendly cleanser from your pharmacy, this is too ridiculous. This is a review for the blue tube Cleanser from the Lancer Method: Cleanse for normal to combination skins.

The Method: CLEANSE for Normal to Combination Skin
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6 months ago

This is a standard average water soluble foaming cleanser from Lancer Method: Cleanse. This is step two in the famous Lancer regimen. Very average formula, reading the ingredient listing on the back of the product was a laugh since the formula is so cheap and really doesn't differ at all from cleansers you can easily buy at the pharmacy for less than 10$! There are only so many ingredients in cosmetic chemistry than can cleanse skin in a water soluble format, this cleanser makes use of traditional surfactants such as cocamidopropyl betaine and sodium laureth sulfate, hardly spending over 60$ on. I can get the same light foaming action from my favourite drugstore bargain cleanser Neutrogena Foaming Face Wash or Olay Gentle Clean for Sensitive Skin. The scent is rather hideous and smells of bad ageing bath salts that need to be thrown out, almost like cheap body wash actually, a fake sweet smelling artificial scent, not at all pleasing. It comes out as a pearlescent blob, foams well in water on hands, the foaming bubbles aren't too strong, it cleans gently and remove makeup quite well. I just don't think this warrants the extortionate price. Ignore the Dr.Lancer's instructions to use this after your polish, it makes no sense at all, you must first cleanse your skin with this then go in with the polish (far too harsh feels like broken glass). Summary an expensive way to wash your face, money is literally going down the drain. Stick with a budget friendly cleanser from your pharmacy, this is too ridiculous. This is a review for the blue tube Cleanser from the Lancer Method: Cleanse for normal to combination skins.

The Method: Polish
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6 months ago

The Lancer Method is a rather strange regimen devised by Dr. Lancer of Beverly Hills, Los Angeles. His famous Lancer Method consists of three precise steps, the first step is this one, Polish. If I may say so this is nothing more than an overpriced scrub, while it may indeed utilise the same magnesium oxide crystals used in professional microdermabrasion treatments administered by doctors and cosmetic nurses, dermal therapists and medical estheticians, it is far too scrubby, gritty and almost too harsh for my liking. Magnesium and aluminum oxide crystals are usually even in texture, but combined with the sodium bicarbonate (highly alkaline) in this formula this is simply too much for fine delicate facial skin. I don't hate scrubs, I don't avoid them either, but if I'm going to use one I'd rather use one as an extra cleansing step for temporary smoothness, I'm afraid with a product such as this one it is very easy to over do it. I would reserve such a strong product as this one for a good back exfoliation, or on your rough spots like you gnarly knees, knuckles, elbows and feet. If you must use this skin polish, do NOT use it everyday as recommended! I would use something like this only once or twice a week. Everyday would be overkill. Yet having said all this, there are many who swear by it and there are intriguing before and afters' online. I as a skin care fanatic prefer to stay within the realm of gentle and effective leave on chemical exfoliants like gylcolic acid and lactic acid, left on in effective concentrations in a nice moisturising base. Far more gentle than scratching skin with this polish which feels like shards of broken glass to be honest. I don't agree with the directions to use this before cleansing, it just makes no sense, if you are going to exfoliate the skin, it is much more logical and scientifically sound to cleanse all debris, grime and stale makeup from the skin and pores, before heading in with this polish, then and only then can an exfoliant to its job. I will follow this review with a review on the cleanser and the nourish moisturiser. This review is for the standard normal to combination Polish in the Lancer Method. Packaging is modern enough but nothing fancy, dispenses product out of tube easily. Easy to travel with. Summary: OVERpriced scrub, not exactly gentle, if you must use it, use it once a week or so only!, consider a well formulated leave on chemical exfoliant at a fraction of the price of this scrub (might as well use ST.IVES). It is scented with lavender oil (Sensitive skins beware) and contains a high amount of alkaline sodium bicarbonate (that's baking soda!). I would not repurchase or recommend this product.

The Method: Polish
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6 months ago

The Lancer Method is a rather strange regimen devised by Dr. Lancer of Beverly Hills, Los Angeles. His famous Lancer Method consists of three precise steps, the first step is this one, Polish. If I may say so this is nothing more than an overpriced scrub, while it may indeed utilise the same magnesium oxide crystals used in professional microdermabrasion treatments administered by doctors and cosmetic nurses, dermal therapists and medical estheticians, it is far too scrubby, gritty and almost too harsh for my liking. Magnesium and aluminum oxide crystals are usually even in texture, but combined with the sodium bicarbonate (highly alkaline) in this formula this is simply too much for fine delicate facial skin. I don't hate scrubs, I don't avoid them either, but if I'm going to use one I'd rather use one as an extra cleansing step for temporary smoothness, I'm afraid with a product such as this one it is very easy to over do it. I would reserve such a strong product as this one for a good back exfoliation, or on your rough spots like you gnarly knees, knuckles, elbows and feet. If you must use this skin polish, do NOT use it everyday as recommended! I would use something like this only once or twice a week. Everyday would be overkill. Yet having said all this, there are many who swear by it and there are intriguing before and afters' online. I as a skin care fanatic prefer to stay within the realm of gentle and effective leave on chemical exfoliants like gylcolic acid and lactic acid, left on in effective concentrations in a nice moisturising base. Far more gentle than scratching skin with this polish which feels like shards of broken glass to be honest. I don't agree with the directions to use this before cleansing, it just makes no sense, if you are going to exfoliate the skin, it is much more logical and scientifically sound to cleanse all debris, grime and stale makeup from the skin and pores, before heading in with this polish, then and only then can an exfoliant to its job. I will follow this review with a review on the cleanser and the nourish moisturiser. This review is for the standard normal to combination Polish in the Lancer Method. Packaging is modern enough but nothing fancy, dispenses product out of tube easily. Easy to travel with. Summary: OVERpriced scrub, not exactly gentle, if you must use it, use it once a week or so only!, consider a well formulated leave on chemical exfoliant at a fraction of the price of this scrub (might as well use ST.IVES). It is scented with lavender oil (Sensitive skins beware) and contains a high amount of alkaline sodium bicarbonate (that's baking soda!). I would not repurchase or recommend this product.

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