Tag Archive: Obagi

To Obagi Elastilash Eyelash Solution or Not

It was not until my eyes got really irritated by the medical grade glue used during (even weeks after) my eyelash extension procedure a couple of years back that I figured I have extra sensitive eyes. It was later affirmed when I tried using Enormous Lash which I bought from Flawless. After a few weeks of using, I had to go see an eye doctor and I was given prescription multi coated glasses aside from the artificial tear drops because my eyes have become extremely dry. There was no way I can last more than 10 minutes in front of the computer that time.


Road Testing Obagi Professional-C Serum

As I mentioned in the previous post, I really was meaning to buy myself a Vitamin C serum, of a different brand, when Obagi Professional-C Serum came along. Talk about perfect timing. 🙂

Obagi Professional-C Serum 15%

Obagi Professional-C Serum comes with a dropper in a 30ml bottle. Sells for P4,850. Not cheap, I know. But you might as well drop on the floor when you find out the amount of money people actually waste buying hosts of products that do not actually work. If this bottle happens to work, for me at least, then it will be worth every centavo. I will let you in on my personal feedback in the coming weeks and months. 🙂


Obagi Celebrates 11 Years of skin care success

When Beautynomics.com herself, Sophie Uy, invited me to the House of Obagi event, I knew that there was no way I will miss that for the world. I have heard a lot of great things about the brand and it was a privilege to be given a glimpse of what The House of Obagi was made of from the expert themselves.

Aimee Demarais, the international trainor for Obagi products talked about the expertise of Obagi when it comes to skin care and essentially the very reason why they deliver. It is plain to see that there is no other generation that is more bombarded with hosts of beauty products than ours. It is then very important to look closely at the products that we use. As opposed to taking care of the root of the problem, what most products do is superficially cover skin issues which explains why skin problems go from bad to worse once you stop a regimen.