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How Obagi Nu Derm Gentle Cleanser Works?

Obagi Nu-Derm Gentle Cleanser is yet another innovation of Obagi to show they care for your skin. It has been specially formulated for people with normal skin or dry skin and for people with acne issues. It helps you to get rid of oil and dirt from the skin, without causing ant harm to your skin.

Ingredients:

Obagi Nu-Derm Gentle Cleanser contains unique ingredients like oat amino acids, aloe barbadensis, sodium lauroyl, propylparaben, phenoxythanol, borage extract, sage extract, apricot triethanolamine, butylparaben, ethylparaben, FD$C Yellow #5, saponins, etc.

To apply:

Massage Obagi Nu-Derm Gentle Cleanser gently on your face using circular motions without applying much force. You may also apply it around the neck. Always read instructions before use. After leaving it on your skin for the specified time, wash off thoroughly with clean water.

How does Obagi Nu-Derm Gentle Cleanser work?

It is a gel and mild cleanser, which removes the dirt, oil, and impurities very gently, thus leaving your skin soft and clean. The blend of all the above ingredients is extremely soothing and helps in hydrating and cleaning your skin. It also prepares your skin for the renewal process.

Apricot Kernel oil calms and hydrates your skin, while aloe gives the soothing effects to your skin without making it feel greasy. If your skin shows any sign of premature aging, the sage extract of Obagi Nu-Derm Gentle Cleanser takes care of it with its antioxidant as well as astringent properties. At the end of application and removal of this product, you can be sure to experience a soft and smooth skin that is clean.

Obagi Nu-Derm Gentle Cleanser, like any other Obagi product, works at the cellular level and treats your skin from the inside. By penetrating into the deep layers of the skin, it balances your skin’s pH level, thus making you look and feel good.

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