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Cosmetic products are not required to have a printed expiration date. The expected shelf life of a cosmetic product is 12 to 36 months depending on storage and if opened/used. We recommend replacing the product after it has been open for one year.
We have products that address a variety of skin concerns, including hyperpigmentation, acne, dry skin, eye area, look of fine lines and wrinkles, prevention and protection, skin recovery, skin texture, signs of aging, and sensitive skin. We recommend you visit your skin care physician to discuss your options. To find a doctor in your area, visit our physician finder and enter in your zip code.
Any job openings we have will be posted here. We encourage you to check periodically for new openings.
Many of our products are available only by a prescription and are offered by physicians, medical spas, and other skin care and medical professionals. Therefore, we don't provide samples—but you have options! First, you can check out our physician finder to find a skin care physician near you who carries Obagi to discuss your options.
Unless mandated by the FDA for drug safety purposes, Obagi does not test its products on animals. Non-prescription Obagi products have not been tested on animals.
We cannot guarantee that any of our products are vegan or gluten-free. If you’d like ingredient information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know which product(s) you are inquiring about specifically.
Due to state regulations, prescription drug products generally may not be sold in physicians’ offices in select states including Massachusetts, Montana, New Hampshire, New York, and Texas. Select Obagi® products contain prescription-based ingredients, and thereby are not available for purchase in physicians’ offices in these 5 states. Please talk to your skin care physician for more information and discuss alternative, non-prescription options that may be right for you.