Dr. Zein Obagi’s OZ Skin Health Review
Beverly Hills dermatologist Dr. Zein Obagi is internationally recognized as a premiere educator, researcher, and skincare expert. You’ve probably heard of him—with over 35 years of experience, Dr. Obagi has channeled his talent for creating beautiful skin into a line of premium products. Introducing ZO® Skin Health, an innovative program and collection of products designed to maintain the results of non-invasive skincare treatments such as a chemical peel, microdermabrasion, or laser skin rejuvenation. If drugstore brands don’t do enough for your skin, ZO Skin Health also presents itself as an ideal choice for people looking for a medical-grade daily skincare routine.But with some products ringing up to as much as $80, is ZO Skin Health really worth the extravagant price tag?
About Dr. Obagi’s OZ Skin Health
The OZ Skin Health line was developed with the everyday patient in mind: someone who doesn’t need powerful medical treatments, but still wants to see their skin improve in beautiful ways. OZ Skin Health focuses on three major skin types: youthful skin, mature skin, and aging skin. From there, they’ve developed individual products which are all included in a greater routine.
Youthful skin is for the lucky—no sign of sun damage or chronological aging here! The ZO Skin Health Daily Skincare Program was formulated for youthful skin using powerful enzymes and retinol, an ingredient usually reserved for aging skin or severe acne. Dr. Obagi also incorporates preventive skincare in the form of protective antioxidants and sunscreen to ward off future aging. Unfortunately, ZO Skin Health doesn’t claim to help youthful skin with the age group’s most common plague: acne.
Mature skin shows early signs of aging, like fine lines and a loss of firmness. ZO Skin Health’s Anti-Aging Skincare Program utilizes growth factors and other enzymes to repair moderate skin damage at the cellular level. Regular exfoliation is important for mature skin, as is a rejuvenating product. Dr. Obagi’s product line for mature skin might be a good pick for people with relatively normal skin, but tends to leave out people with adult acne, dry skin, sensitive skin, or oily skin.
Aging skin contains definite signs of aging, like deep wrinkles, brown spots, large pores and other unpleasant skin characteristics. Hydration is key for aging skin, which is why Dr. Obagi incorporates rich moisturizers into all product levels. A high concentration of retinol in the products can help reverse aging. But for truly aging skin, an at-home product won’t get you very far. Specialized skincare treatments performed by a certified aesthetician can drastically improve crow’s feet, sagging skin, and other signs of aging.
Using Dr. Obagi’s OZ Skin Health in Conjunction with Skin Treatments
If you suffer from serious problem skin, an in-office treatment can give you the jump start or major treatment that your skin really needs. Fraxel laser resurfacing, blue light therapy, Botox® and other options can truly turn back the clock in a matter of minutes. Using a premium skincare line like OZ Skin Health can help maintain the results you receive with these treatments. To schedule a free skincare consultation, find and aesthetician in your area now.
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