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Obagi Professional-C Serums… Your End-Of-Summer Rescue Remedy

Obagi Professional C Serum

With fall approaching, your skin is in dire need of some nurturing. No matter how diligent you are with your SPF regimen (and let’s hope you ARE), redness, blotchiness, and hyper pigmentation may surface once that sexy tan fades into the sunset. Not to worry! Loaded with stabilized ascorbic acid (the ONLY form of Vitamin C that can be effectively absorbed by the skin), Obagi Professional-C Serums not only even out skin tone, but they also prevent fine lines and wrinkles, as well as stimulate collagen production. Available in 5% (for sensitive eye areas), 10% (for dry or reactive skin), 15% (for all skin types), and 20% (the highest concentrate of L-Ascorbic acid), each serum is formulated to repair a wide variety of skin. The way Vitamin C products work is by neutralizing free radicals to prevent skin cell damage. Obagi Professional-C Serums offer maximum penetration, allowing the skin to fully benefit from their antioxidant properties. To use: In the morning after cleansing, apply 5 to 7 drops of the serum to face, neck, and decollete. Because Vitamin C products are highly acidic (causing an exfoliating effect), I recommend using a sunscreen over the top. The formula immediately penetrates the skin, allowing a smooth canvas for makeup. After only 2 days (yes TWO), I noticed a difference in clarity, tone, AND radiance. My skin felt nourished and revived. If you’ve been over exposed this summer, let Obagi come to your rescue.


Cost: $48-$99
Value: Moderate
Accessibility: Moderate
Where to Buy: Via dermatologists located through www.obagi.com and online at www.LovelySkin.com.

*I received samples from Creative Media Marketing

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One Response to “Obagi Professional-C Serums… Your End-Of-Summer Rescue Remedy”

  1. Obagi says:

    Big fan of Obagi here! We have a website devoted to strictly Obagi products at the lowest prices available. Feel free to add our link if you’d like, I put it in the “website” field.

    Thanks so much!


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