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A revolutionary 3-step method for younger looking skin, from the dermatologist behind Hollywood's A-list stars.
Renowned Beverly Hills dermatologist Dr. Harold Lancer is the expert on whom Hollywood's top celebrities rely to maintain their radiant complexions and to reverse the effects of aging. Now, he offers readers his groundbreaking 3-Step Method to rejuvenate their skin at home. Based on years of clinical research, Dr. Lancer's regimen stimulates the skin's own transformative healing power for lasting results.
He provides a road map to help readers navigate the mixed messages of today's dermatological advice, avoid expensive invasive treatments, and see through the empty promises of so many beauty products. He recommends the most effective skin care products for every budget from drugstores, department stores, and spas. He suggests surprising lifestyle choices in diet, exercise, and stress management that support beautiful skin. Whether the reader wants to maintain youthful skin or reverse the aging process, Dr. Lancer's Anti-Aging Method offers a comprehensive program for ageless, radiant skin.
Beverly Hills dermatologist-to-the stars Lancer shares his skin-rejuvenating program in this informative book. Lancer begins by recalling a childhood accident in which he was burned thus inspiring his lifelong fascination with the body's largest organ. The author believes that restoration rather than alteration is key, and that rehabilitation works better than surgery; though he offers and is knowledgeable about every up-to-date treatment available, he maintains that his at-home "3-step Method" (Polish, Cleanse, and Nourish) is the most effective route to younger-looking skin. Targeting the epidermis rather than the dermis, Lancer claims that his plan takes 10 minutes a day, and keeps skin fresh, protected, and hydrated. Though he lists his own "luxury" skincare products, to his credit he also includes moderately priced and affordable alternatives for readers on a budget. While Lancer points out that biological programming is a factor affecting youthful-looking skin, he also insists that one cannot be "passive" when it comes to skincare. In separate chapters, he covers such lifestyle topics as stress, exercise, sleep, and diet (which affect the health and beauty of skin), as well as "special needs" such as acne and rosacea. With anecdotes from Lancer's practice, readers will find this guide accessible and absorbing.