Dehydration, humidity, pollution. And that’s just the beginning.
Our skin is pretty amazing. Every day it faces a host of environmental hazards. It’s no wonder lines and spots are sometimes left behind.
But sun damage and lines shouldn’t have to be part of life.
Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant, making it a fantastic weapon in the fight against premature signs of aging. Vitamin C not only protects against UV related damage, it also improves the appearance of sun damaged skin.
There are plenty of products out there today using this powerhouse ingredient. The problem is, if the concentration isn’t strong enough, it can be like that best friend that never texts you back in a crisis.
One of the biggest differences between standard skincare and dermatologist ranges is the strength of the ingredients. With some of our products containing up to 20% Vitamin C, D’Lumiere Esthetique contains one of the highest concentrations of active ingredients on the Australian market.
If you’re battling dark spots, uneven skin tone, general dullness or pigmentation problems, Dr Lanzer’s specially formulated skin care options are literally here to save your skin.
The additional presence of liposomes improve absorption so you may receive the highest possible benefit. Liposomes are used to enhance the delivery of an ingredient into the skin and have been claimed to improve the topical delivery of compounds.
D’Lumiere Esthetique’s product range is uniquely developed to target specific problems affiliated with aging and sun damaged skin. Having spent over 25 year as a practicing dermatologist, Dr Lanzer was keen to develop a range of skincare solutions that actually work.
Not only does C visibly brighten your complexion, it naturally triggers collagen production, which in turn improves skin conditioning and elasticity.
With highly concentrated active ingredients, designed with the harsh Australian climate in mind, D’Lumiere range of skin care with active Vitamin C is the ideal solution for maintaining your skin’s strength and integrity for years to come.