As I’ve been getting older, sometimes I look in the mirror and I notice lines that weren’t there before. I’m not into the plastic surgery thing. And, I don’t want other invasive things done to my skin. I’d much rather try to age gracefully and utilize my moisturizers and topical skin products to aid my skin in being healthy and as radiant as possible. If those such products get rid of or improve my signs of aging, all the better! One such product I’m really excited to use is the Obagi System Professional-C Serum, a 15% vitamin C serum, which is suitable for most skin types.
Obagi Professional-C Serum – The Specifics
This vitamin C serum can be utilized to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, which is what I need! According to the product’s website, vitamin C can offer the following benefits (in addition to helping reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles): it can help calm and brighten skin, help skin retain moisture, and help stabilize vitamin E.
The Professional-C Serum directions state to apply 5-7 drops to the face, neck, and chest. So, one container can go a long way. Please utilize as directed.
The Obagi Professional-C Serum comes in 10%, 15%, and 20% formulas. As mentioned above, the 15% is suitable for most skin types. The information I received states the “10% is best suited for dry, irritated, or sensitive skin and 20% is best suited for normal to oily skin.” My skin is sometimes very sensitive to various products. However, my skin did not react negatively at all to this product (I applied the 15% formula).
At the present time, Obagi products are provided by various physicians, medical spas, and skin care professionals. You can utilize the Obagi health care provider finder to find one near you.
What I love about this product is that it is a more conservative way to help reduce the appearance of those annoying wrinkles and fine lines. Check Obagi out for yourself and see what you think. They are here to help you with your skin! #obagiforlife
I am not a medical expert. The information in this post is not meant to substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. The information in this post is for general informational purposes only.