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September 11, 2013

Learn more at Oct. 24 event in Dallas.

ZO Skin Health, Inc. founder Zein Obagi, M.D., will host an educational seminar on the “Expanded Concepts and Principles of Skin Health Science,” with a particular focus on hydroquinone alternatives on October 24th at the W Hotel Dallas.
 
The one-day ZO Skin Health Seminar is designed to educate skin care professionals on game-changing innovations in skin health science and new non-hydroquinone developments in the treatment of skin discoloration. Attendees will discover advancements in comprehensive skin care and rejuvenation, including alternative protocols to traditional hydroquinone use.
 
ZO Skin Health, Inc. has redefined the science of skincare with innovative products, protocols, and educational programs for medical and aesthetic skin health restoration. As Medical Director of ZO Skin Health, Inc., Dr. Obagi will unveil advances in skin therapy technologies, unique delivery systems, bio-engineered complexes, new formulations and treatment protocols to address a wide range of skin conditions, including hyperpigmentation, melasma, rosacea, PIH, acne, scars, wrinkles and aging skin. Special emphasis will be on a non-hydroquinone brightening protocol.
 
“Skin becomes immune to the effects of hydroquinone after prolonged use,” says Dr. Obagi. “This seminar will explore alternative treatment options that reduce discoloration with gentle, yet powerful agents. The protocols we will discuss cover therapeutic treatments, maintenance, daily skin care and prevention.”
 
Dr. Obagi’s unique protocols include a highly refined combination of ZO Skin Health and ZO® Medical products, which he refers to as his comprehensive ZO Skin Health Circle to achieve and maintain healthy skin for life.
 
To register: www.zoskinhealth.com/dallas

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