At Obagi, we continually strive to offer you effective products that help address your skin care needs. Whether it’s a new hydrating moisturizer or a refreshing eye serum, we’re always looking for new products that we’re confident you’ll love. And now we’re excited to introduce the ReGenica™ Facial Rejuvenation Complex to the Obagi family of products!
Specifically designed to help promote recovery of damaged skin following aesthetic procedures, the ReGenica Facial Rejuvenation Complex is the next generation of growth factor skin care technology. Developed by Dr. Gail Naughton, world-renowned regenerative medicine scientist, ReGenica contains a highly potent, unique variety of proteins and growth factors that mimics qualities of young skin and is clinically proven to bring your skin back to its healthy state faster. In fact, in a clinical study, patients using the ReGenica Facial Rejuvenation Complex experienced a more rapid recovery as early as 3 days after their laser procedure than those who did not use ReGenica.1,2
So what does this all mean for you? It means you can get back to life sooner after a procedure—because you can’t wait to show off your new look! What’s more, unlike many skin care products that contain growth factors, ReGenica has a pleasant scent and silky texture in an elegant gel formula.
If you’re considering an aesthetic procedure, don’t compromise the post-procedure recovery process—talk to your skin care physician about ReGenica at your next visit.
ReGenica is currently only available for sale in the USA. ReGenica is distributed by Obagi Medical Products on behalf of Suneva Medical, a medical technology company focused on developing unique aesthetic products for the dermatology, plastic, and cosmetic surgery markets.
References: 1. Kellar RS, Hubka M, Rheins LA, Fisher G, Naughton GK. Hypoxic conditioned culture medium from fibroblasts grown under embryonic-like conditions supports healing following post-laser resurfacing. J Cosmet Dermatol. 2009;8(3):190-196. 2. Zimber MP, Mansbridge JN, Taylor M, et al. Human cell-conditioned media produced under embryonic-like conditions result in improved healing time after laser resurfacing. Aesthetic Plast Surg. 2012;36(2):431-437.