Reviews of Obagi Nu-Derm Physical Sunblock SPF 32
11 Reviews of Obagi Nu-Derm Physical Sunblock SPF 32
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5 out of 5Awesome product from NorthGate, ND Verified Purchaser
This sunblock is really thick, but didn't make my skin greasy or oily like most sunblocks. I have used a lot of obagi products and have been very impressed. My skin is oily/acne prone and I have had problems with hyperpigmentation and a sunblock like this really helps!
Review posted 2/29/2012.Add Comment »
5 out of 5Protecting Yourself from the Sun from Colorado Springs, CO Verified Purchaser
The Best Sun Block I have ever found for Protecting myself from the Sun. I don't have to worry
Review posted 7/14/2010.Add Comment »
5 out of 5Skin saver from San Francisco, CA Verified Purchaser
This product is really great at keeping my hyperpigmentation stable. I'm very active and it seems to stay on well.
Review posted 5/9/2010.Add Comment »
5 out of 5Best sunscreen for truly sensitive skin! LT from Richmond, VA Verified Purchaser
Really wonderful for my sensitive skin. I have both rosacea and eczema and my skin won't tolerate chemical sunscreens. I love the fact that the zinc content is higher in this product than in others, really provides a cooling effect. The only drawback is the bottle - it's very stiff and you end up losing a lot of product by not being able to get the last bit out.
Review posted 1/8/2010.Add Comment »
4 out of 5Great if you have allergies! from Downingtown, PA Verified Purchaser
VERY hypo-allergenic. I have lots of allergies and this was great. The only down side is that it is fairly heavy, and does not go into the skin as much as I would have liked.
Review posted 10/30/2009.Add Comment »
5 out of 5Perfect Sunblock! JV from Garden Grove, CA Verified Purchaser
I love this sunblock! It provides me great protection against the sun and it doesn't cause any break outs! If you are undergoing, chemical peels, IPL, etc - this is the perfect physical sunblock.
Review posted 9/21/2008.Add Comment »
3 out of 5the only thing is BB from MEXIA, TX Verified Purchaser
the only bad thing about this product is the white film almost like a mask that is left after you applied the product, i dont think is good for darker skin colors that is total no noo
Review posted 1/2/2008.
Commentsthickness is GOOD for sunblocks by janette
I know it feels uncomfortable to rub such a thick cream on your face but a thick consistency for a sunblock, especially one with zinc, is expected, and is a good sign that it will really protect against the harmful rays of the sun. For me, I use about an inch of cream and I continue to rub it in my face until it disappears. Just keep rubbing and the white cream will penetrate and disappear in your skin. I have the confidence it will provide superior protection. As a plus, it doesn't cause me to breakout.
Agreed! by ET
2 out of 5Good finish, white cast from Chicago, IL Verified Purchaser
Pros: Non-irritable (all ZnO), matte finish
Cons: obvious white cast, collects in pores and emphasizes them, ultrahigh price, PPD (UVA) protection factor at most 9
Conclusion: Obagi needs to tint it and improve the spreading properties so it doesn't collect in pores.
Review posted 5/23/2007.
Like with any product, the consistency or texture may not be ideal for your skin type. Keep in mind that DermStore offers a return policy on products that are unsatisfactory to our customers.
Comment posted 5/24/2007.
5 out of 5the best sunblock product from Pittsburg, CA Verified Purchaser
what i like about this product is that it does not only protect my skin from the sun, but can also use it as a moisturizers.
what i didn't like about this product is that it is more expensive than most sunblock products in the market.
Review posted 4/24/2007.Add Comment »
4 out of 5the best sunblock for melasma from Phoenix, AZ Verified Purchaser
I was given the gift of melasma through preganancy. I have learned that good sun protection will keep melasma away. Through an intense investigation of what type of sunscreen is best for melasma and aslo one to just to keep wrinkles away, I discovered that one has to look for sunscreen with either titanium dioxide or zinc oxide - prefferably zinc oxide. Nu-derm's Obagi Physical Sunblock has serevd me well. I hardly ever notice any reapperarances of melasma when I use it and i feel more confident when I am out in the sun than ever before.
Review posted 8/8/2006.Add Comment »
4 out of 5Non-pasty sunblock from Baton Rouge, LA Verified Purchaser
This stuff works pretty well, non-greasy, no medicin-y smell to it either. I'll be getting some more after this bottle runs out :)
Review posted 12/27/2005.Add Comment »
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