05.26.2015, 14:25 CDT | Posted In: Acne & Blemishes, Prevention & Protection, Signs of Aging, Products

If you’re anything like us, it’s hard to pick a favorite Obagi product. But, we took on the challenge, and here are the top picks from 5 of our staff members…

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After many teen years spent tanning in the sun, Kim believed she would be doomed to sun-damaged, aged skin in her 40’s. Now 47, she feels more confident than ever in her skin’s appearance and hardly ever wears full makeup in public...

Finding the right beauty routine for your unique skin is an essential first step towards healthier-looking skin. Sometimes, though, you may find that you need something else to help keep your skin looking its best. The answer? Oftentimes, it is...

The month of February is all about love—and it’s a wonderful thing! Did you know the warm fuzzy feeling does more than just excite us and put a smile on our face? It’s genuinely healthy for us. Love is known to strengthen the immune system,...

There are things we become accustomed to in life, morning commutes, waiting in line, messy kids—but bad skin shouldn’t be one of them. For Monica, it was. She was so used to covering her...

Just as we say ‘it’s never too soon to start a good skin care routine,’ we also believe it’s never too late either! While it’s always best to take preventative measures to protect your skin, there is no reason you can’t proudly put your best face...

06.19.2013, 10:15 CDT | Posted In: Signs of Aging, Skin Care

We put so much time and attention into improving and maintaining the skin on our face, it’s important to remember to also care for the delicate skin areas like our neck and chest, which can easily show the signs of aging. Factors like gravity,...

03.20.2013, 9:28 CDT | Posted In: Acne & Blemishes, Health & Beauty, Obagi Stories, Skin Care

Professor Twyla Perryman identifies with women around the world who have seen what a lack of proper skin care can do to their complexion. As a woman with darker skin, Twyla rarely wore sunscreen, assuming it wasn’t needed—until it was too late....