Featured product: Obagi for melasma, skin discoloration, brown spotsPosted on March 17, 2009 | by Boston Plastic Surgery
If you see spots on the sides of your face, on your chest, and on your forehead, you should know that these types of facial imperfections can actually be treated and minimized.
Complaints about skin blotches are common and you will be happy to know that we carry a viable solution – the entire Obagi® therapeutic skin care line. Most people have heard of Obagi® but not everyone is aware that it is the #1 Skin Care sold line exclusively to physicians.
Obagi® is known for its corrective and effective Nu Derm® System, also known as Corrective and Enhance®, which smoothes fine lines and fades brown spots and other skin imperfections in just a few months.
Most people have relatively different skin characteristics that change throughout the aging process. Dark spots, uneven tone and even a ‘mask’ over the nose and cheek area may appear after pregnancy or use of birth control. Obagi’s, Clear™, uses prescription strength Hydroquinone to correct discoloration and equalize skin tones to enhance color uniformity. Its active ingredient has ‘fading properties,’ which proactively correct the early signs of damage by regulating the production of cells responsible for pigment in your skin.
There is a reason why Obagi® is #1 with physicians – It actually works! Many popular skin care product lines don’t deliver results, especially o.t.c. products. Prescription products are carefully formulated to achieve visibly dramatic results. Obagi® is a medical grade skin care program so you will need to speak with Dr. Samaha before purchasing.
If you’re interested in lightening those dark spots on your face, chest and hands or are interested in other Obagi® products give us a call at 617.786.7600 or request a free consultation here. You will look better and then feel so much better about your one and only face.
Even if you have a friend with persistent pigmentation problems, put them in touch with us. We now know if this type of pigmentation problem goes untreated, and if you continue to over expose your skin to the sun, darkening can occur to the point where even make up won’t cover it up.