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The tree is up and dressed to the nines, the misteltoe is hanging dead center in the doorway, presents are wrapped and tagged, cards are in the mail, so now it’s time to do something nice for yourself.
Your skin needs some extra pampering at this hectic time of year, and what better way to get it, than with the ZO Skin Health by Zein Obagi MD great seasonal savings.
The Winter Luxuries set is comprised of Oraser® Body Emulsion Plus (240 mL / 8 Oz.) and Oraser® Daily Hand Repair SPF 20 (100 mL / 3.4 Oz.) effectively moisturize hands and body while providing gentle exfoliation to improve skin’s tone and texture. Indulge your skin from head to toe for softer, smoother skin all winte
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ZO Skin Health, Inc., under the direction of Super Derm Zein Obagi, M.D., is on a mission to stamp out pigmentation and in the process, give you the clearest, most even toned complexion. The two new ZO Medical products recently launched are just the ticket.
ZO Medical C-Bright 10% Vitamin C Serum and ZO Medical Brightalive Non-Retinol Skin Brightener deliver a one-two punch to restore radiance. Brightalive is a new approach to skin pigment management using alpha-arbutin and bio-engineered phytotechnology to inhibit melanin production. Paired with vitamin C and an advanced exfoliating enzyme, it helps to reverse uneven tone and encourage epidermal renewal for a smoother texture. Peptides
You would have to be living under a rock not to know by now that tanning is bad for you. So why are so many people still soaking up the sun? Researchers say it’s all about the endorphins.
Tanning makes you feel good, it can be a relaxing experience, and it improves your mood (like recreational drugs do) and therefore, you keep doing it. For some women, tanning also makes them look skinnier, which is an added incentive. High risk sun exposure is said to be more common in teens. Bad sunburns in your youth can greatly increase your chances of developing skin cancer as an adult.
Beverly Hills Dermatologist Zein Obagi explains some of the dangers, “Whether you get your tan at the beac
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“Honey, I had a little something done and it’s not as bad as yesterday, but… I’ve looked better” – those famous words from Samantha Jones in SATC explaining a peel treatment are forever engrained in our minds. That scene gave peels a bad rap for awhile, but now they seem to be having a rebirth.
Chemical peels are really a form of mild to deep exfoliation, a minimally-invasive and essential component of facial rejuvenation. Peels are beneficial for all skin types, even sensitive skin, and can help many conditions from acne to melasma and wrinkles. They are also not only reserved for your face; peels can be done on any area, including hands, chest, arms and legs.
“Peels correct and
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