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Zo® Skin Care in Augusta, GA

Southeastern Aesthetic Surgery, led by board-certified plastic surgeon Dr. Troy Austin, proudly features the world-renowned Zo® Skin Care product line for residents of Augusta, Evans, Columbia County, and nearby areas in Georgia. We are also happy to provide our services to residents of Aiken and the neighboring communities in South Carolina.

Zo® Skin Care in Augusta, GA

What is the science behind the Zo® Skin Care line?

Developed by Dr. Zein Obagi, a practicing board-certified dermatologist, world-renowned skincare expert, award-winning inventor, educator and author, the Zo® line of skin care products can help you see improvements you never imagined. These products are developed to treat skin conditions medically unlike anything you can buy over-the-counter. Dr. Obagi coined the term ‘Science of Skin Health’ to define skincare as the science of creating and maintaining healthy skin.

Why should I consider the Zo® Skin Care Line?

Founded by Dr. Obagi in 2007, ZO Skin Health, Inc. was designed to provide physicians and patients with the most innovative and effective skin health products in the world.

What kinds of products does the Zo® Skin Care line include?

Zo® products are divided into two categories: ZO® Skin Health and ZO® Medical. The ZO® Skin Health products are ideal for maintaining the results of therapeutic and cosmetic treatments, while providing effective daily skincare and protection from the elements. ZO® Medical products are actually therapeutic treatments in themselves, designed to treat a variety of skin disorders and chronic skin ailments.

The Zo® Skin Care product line is available only through qualified physicians, and can help you see dramatic improvements in the condition and health of your skin. To learn more about the Zo® product line, contact Dr. Troy Austin at Southeastern Aesthetic Surgery, who provides Zo® Skin Care products for residents of Evans, Augusta, and North Augusta as well as Columbia County, and neighboring communities in Georgia and South Carolina.