Dermatologist Harold Lancer was never interested in selling his skin care line in outlets beyond his Beverly Hills office and its Web site. But Oprah Winfrey has a way of changing people’s minds.
Winfrey became Lancer’s patient after her trainer, Bob Greene, started seeing Lancer about a year ago. Pleased by the results of his straightforward skin care regimen, the duo encouraged the 57-year-old doctor to let consumers get their hands on his products.
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