Cleanse Extremely Pure, Repair Am/Pm Nourishment, and Polish.
The directions for the Cleanse and Repair are to use both in the morning and at night, while the Polish is to be applied every other day or so. The three product combination was more than my usual routine of nightly face wash and daily anti-wrinkle/sunscreen/moisturizing cream (yes, all three in one – I’m an efficient girl who hates mornings, so time saved = time to sleep longer). So dedicating myself to this triage for a week was quite a commitment for me.
I used the Lancer RX Cleanse and Repair in the morning and at night, as recommended, until evening 3. When my boyfriend leaned in for a kiss goodnight and told me that my face smelled like his grandma, I decided that I would skip the Repair on nights that romance was anticipated.
My skin, however, was noticeably softer and cleaner by day 2. By day 3, my pores looked smaller. One downside was that my skin was definitely shinier, which makes me uncomfortable in that I tend to associate shiny with oily. Overall, I was impressed with the effects of the products and would recommend the triage for anyone not afraid of a time commitment in the morning and evening.
Disclosure: Free review samples of Lancer RX products were provided by Lancer RX Dermatology; no compensation was received in exchange for this review.
Jen W. is a contributing writer for Adventures in the Stiletto Jungle. Jen is a partner in a law firm in Chico, California, where she revels in the fact that the nearest decent shopping is an 88-mile drive away. Jen's must-haves include Lancôme sunless bronzer, her favorite 7 For All Mankind jeans, and a raspberry cosmopolitan at happy hour.