Beverly Hills Doctor Lancer is well known in celeb circles (Kim Kardashian and Ryan Seacrest post rapturously about his skincare line) but regular folks swear by his products as well. We give them a try.

POLISH.

The Method involves three easy steps.

  1. POLISH.

We all know it’s important to exfoliate. Lancer’s POLISH ($75) removes dead skin cells and is formulated with minerals and plant enzymes, leaving the skin soft and glowing. While we loved how it left our skin, it is too abrasive for use every day — which is what they recommend. We’re now using it once a week, and using the Kate Somerville ExfoliKate for daily use.

2. CLEANSE.

The foaming facial cleanser has moisture-rich hydrators plus a rice amino acid complex to get rid of any leftover dead skin cells and balance the skin’s ph level. It left our skin feeling supple and ($55.)

3. NOURISH.

By far the hero product, Nourish, ($125) moisturizes and leaves your skin silky smooth. Even the next morning. our skin felt refreshed and hydrated.

Infused with hyaluronic acid, hexapeptide 48, and a grape polyphenol, it works to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

It’s a pricey line so if you can only spring for one product, Nourish is the one to get. In just one week we noticed a difference is our skin. Plumper (hiding fine lines) and younger-looking. This is staying in regular rotation.

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