OBAGI RETINOL 1.0
Obagi Retinol 1.0, 28g
With minimal irritation, this high concentration Retinol formula minimises the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It improves complexion, and smoothens the appearance of uneven skin texture for clearer-looking skin*. Retinol 1.0 can be used in conjunction with the Obagi 360 System or as a stand-alone product.
* please see ‘additional information’ section below regarding safety.
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OBAGI RETINOL 1.0 is best for:
- All skin types.
- Acne-prone skin.
Daily use for your new skin care routine. Used in conjunction with products such as the Obagi 360 System (Exfoliating Cleanser & HydraFactor SPF30), this may require several months use in order to achieve the very best results. The timeline should be discussed with your clinician.
OBAGI RETINOL 1.0 – Results:
Smooth, healthy and glowing skin will be preserved by maintaining this daily routine. Stimulation of new skin cells achieves healthy, younger-looking skin. This topical cream may also accelerate healing, repair and regulation of skin cells.
Entrapped Retinol, Shea Butter, Ubiquinone (Coenzyme Q10), Dipotassium Glycyrrhizate (Licorice Extract), Jojoba Oil, and an Extract Blend of Chamomile, Calendula, St. John’s Wort, Mallow Flower, Sage Leaf and Elderberry Flower
|*Retinol Safety Information|
Prior to Retinol use, alert your clinician of any of the following:
• Prior or existing eczema.
During Retinol use, you should:
• Minimise overall exposure to the sun and to extreme cold or wind. Avoid sunlamps, tanning beds and ultraviolet (UV) light.
• Skin dryness
If you develop any of these symptoms your clinician will determine how to proceed. The advice may range from stopping use for a period of time, to decrease the number of applications, or to stop use completely.
Tell your clinician about any side effect that bothers you or does not go away.
The safety and efficacy of Retinol has not yet been established in the treatment of patients younger than 12 years of age or in pregnant or nursing women.