Obagi Nu-Derm Blender Review
You can’t put a price on beautiful skin and as much as Obagi Nu-Derm Blender is expensive, there’s no doubt that it is good for skin affected by hyperpigmentation, including freckles, liver spots and age spots.
Obagi Blender, which contains 4% hydroquinone, gradually lightens up and fades uneven skin caused by melasma, chloasma, senile lentigines and other unwanted melanin hyper-pigmentation.
The blender is also beneficial for redness associated with rosacea and dark scars left by acne, giving you skin that is dewy fresh, clearer, brighter and younger looking.
Obagi Nu-Derm Blender is specially formulated for use with the Obagi Tretinoin cream but with or without it, can improve skin texture, blending your skin into the perfect tone.
It can also be used with Retin-A for even better results.
The 5th step in the 6-steps Obagi daily regimen, Obagi Nu-Derm Blender promotes correction at cellular level, stopping dark spots where they start and giving you even skin color.
The lactic acid in the Blender helps increase cell turnover.
Another key ingredient is glycerin, which helps maintain adequate moisture and hydration for the skin to remain balanced, thereby boosting the skin’s natural protection abilities.
When used in conjunction with the Obagi Tretinoin Cream, Obagi Nu Derm Blender can help restore skin elasticity by enhancing the production of collagen and elastin.
Obagi Nu-Derm Blender Review Summary
- It does what it says
- Clears brown spots
- Helps with acne
- Smoothens skin texture
- Works on all skin types, even sensitive skin
- Helps even out complexion
- A little goes a long way
- May be irritating at first
- May initially cause redness, chapping and flaking
- Can’t be used by pregnant or nursing women
- Expensive but worth it