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Obagi-C Fx C-Clarifying Serum Skin Brightening Serum with Vitamin C 10% by
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Obagi-C Fx C-Clarifying Serum

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A skin-brightening serum with Vitamin C. Formulated with Arbutin and L-Ascorbic Acid to help minimize the appearance of skin aging for a brighter complexion.

Skin Type

Dry Skin, Normal Skin, Oily Skin


Use daily in the morning. Dispense 5-7 drops and apply evenly to freshly cleansed and toned skin or as directed by your board-certified dermatologist.

Key Ingredients

10% L-Ascorbic Acid
Known as the most powerful form of Vitamin C, L-Ascorbic Acid helps neutralize free radicals, minimize the look of fine lines and wrinkles, and brighten skin tone.

4% Arbutin
Nature-identical skin brightening agent and antioxidant.

All ingredients:
Water (aqua), propylene glycol, alcohol denat., dipropylene glycol, L-ascorbic acid, arbutin, propylene carbonate, sodium lauryl sulfate


1. Can I use this product on its own?
Obagi-C® Fx C-Clarifying Serum is best used as part of the Obagi-C product line or a skincare protocol prescribed by your board-certified dermatologist.

2. Is this product safe for pregnant women or nursing moms?
Check with your physician regarding any topical products you wish to use during pregnancy or while you are nursing.

3. How do I know if this product is right for my skin type?
It is best to consult our board-certified dermatologist. He or she will be able to assess which product/s would be suitable to your skin concerns.

4. When can I expect to see results?
Give your skin time to adjust to the product, adjustment period usually takes about 4 to 6 weeks. Results may vary per individual. Your prescribed protocol and directions of use should be determined by your board-certified dermatologist.