Obagi Nu-Derm Clear and Hyperpigmentation
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it. it cleared my hyperpigmentation up.HOWEVER!!! If you ar...
" ...by it. it cleared my hyperpigmentation up. HOWEVER!!! If you are using it while actively breaking out its not as effective. find something to treat the acne for good, then use the obagi CLEAR to... "
hyper-pigmentation was on my face and forehead. The pigment...
" The hyper-pigmentation was on my face and forehead. The pigment marks have faded from my face but I still have some marks on my forehead. The first electrologist I went to used very high settings... "
the Retin A primarily for melasma and hyperpigmentation...
" ...skin exactly. I am using the Retin A primarily for melasma and hyperpigmentation from old acne. I also ...the mail this week) the Obagi Nu-Derm Clear. I'm hoping that the addition will help further... "
$6-30USD)hyperpigmentation- Obagi Nu derm CLEAR bleaching c...
" ...Acne Getaway 101E (about $6-30USD) hyperpigmentation- Obagi Nu derm... "
-Derm Clear (3)A topical prescription treatment that in...
" ...Obagi range contains 4% hydroquinone: Obagi Nu-Derm Clear (3)A topical prescription treatment that ...includes 4% hydroquinone to... "
rather, the elements that deal with hyperpigmentation. I...
" ...like epidermal melanin, and prescribed me 2% hydroquinone (HQ). But after 5 months, it has only faded a bit. I'm interested in the Obagi Nu-Derm Clear system - or rather, the elements that deal with... "
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