Obagi Nu-Derm Clear Rx is ffective prescription 4% hydroquinone that helps correct hyperpigmentation, such as dark spots, sun spots, age spots, melasma, and other types of discoloration, for a healthier-looking, more even skin tone.* Valid prescription required.

About Obagi Nu-Derm Clear Rx

Obagi Nu-Derm Clear Rx is an important step in the corrective stage of your skin-renewal process. This topical treatment has 4% hydroquinone which helps correct hyperpigmentation and even out your complexion. Hyperpigmentation typically darkens the skin on your face and hands due to increased melanin production. Hyperpigmentation can stem from over-exposure to the sun, acne scars, chemical exposure, and cigarette smoking.

Skin aging is a natural process, but daily sun exposure can contribute to premature aging by slowing down the turnover of skin cells. Obagi Nu-Derm Clear helps renew skin by restarting skin cell turnover and is a very important part of the Obagi therapeutic cascade.

Obagi Nu-Derm Clear Rx Highlights:

  • Helps to make skin look and act younger and healthier.
  • Brightens skin and transforms cellular functions in all layers of the skin
  • Corrects the appearance of age and sun spots for a healthier more even complexion.

Since hydroquinone makes skin sensitive to the sun, it it very important to wear a strong sunblock when going outside.

Prescription Process For Obagi Nu-Derm Clear Rx:

* Valid prescription required.

Step 1. Answer A Few Questions
Please respond to the questionnaire below so that one of our MDs can evaluate you before issuing the prescription. This is a necessary, 5-minute step for us to complete your order for this prescription product.

Step 2. Place & Pay For Your Order
Go ahead and pay for your prescription order. L&P Aesthetics Skincare will not process your order or authorize your credit card until we obtain a valid prescription from Drs. Lieberman or Parikh. It is important that you leave your correct contact information so that we may follow-up with you if necessary.

Step 3. Your Medication Is Shipped
Once approved, your prescription skin care product will be on its way! If we cannot issue the prescription, L&P staff will follow-up with you and ensure your credit card is not charged for the product.

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