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Obagi Launches ‘Condition and Enhance’ to Complement Facial Procedures

Posted by Cosmetic Surgery Review on August 8, 2008

After you’ve completed your series of microdermabrasion treatments to rejuvenate your skin, or finished up a set of Botox injections to eliminate wrinkles, keeping the skin tight, firm and resilient may require more than your usual skincare routine.

Obagi skincare products continue to be a popular anti-aging skincare regimen for many, a set of medical-grade products that promote healthy cell renewal and can diminish the signs of aging over time.

Obagi Medical has recently launched its Condition & Enhance system, website, encouraging people undergoing facial rejuvenation treatments to complement their skin maintenance plan with the Obagi skincare line. According to Obagi, the results from BOTOX Cosmetic, microdermabrasion, chemical peels and laser treatments can be enhanced with this new skincare line.

The recently launched Condition & Enhance website allows consumers to ‘join the inner circle’, set up refill reminders for products, and learn more about the skincare products and treatments available.

Steve Carlson, Chief Executive Officer of Obagi Medical Products states, We recognize the importance of consumer awareness and education in helping patients achieve their desired overall facial aesthetic results.


The Condition & Enhance system contains several products that can keep the skin looking buffed, toned and firm even after facial cosmetic enhancements. The complete kit contains a cleanser, toner, 4% hydroquinone, exfoliant and SPF 35 sunscreen.

The complete skincare routine after nonsurgical procedures can be found here.


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