Obagi® Medical Skin Care

What are Obagi® Medical products used for?

Coppergate Clinic is proud to be one of a small number of U.K. clinics named ‘Obagi Ambassadors’ by Obagi® Medical, an industry leading brand. With over 30 years of clinically proven results, Obagi® Medical skin care is the Number 1 physician dispensed skin care range in the world.

Obagi® Medical products have been specifically formulated to transform the skin from within, resulting in younger, healthier looking skin. Obagi® Medical skin care works to treat skin discolouration, dehydrated skin, fine lines, and wrinkles to produce the desired results.

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The Obagi® Medical product range helps reduce the visible signs of ageing such as fine-lines, wrinkles, melasma (dark spots), hyper-pigmentation, laxity and uneven texture. The Obagi® Medical skin care range also includes a number of products specifically designed to treat adult acne.

For more information on Obagi® Medical skincare, please contact our friendly team of Coppergate Clinic practitioners who will be delighted to guide you on the most suitable homecare products to effectively address your specific skin concerns. Simply submit a consultation request and we will be in touch as soon as we possibly can to provide you with bespoke advice for your skin requirements.

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