APR 2014

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Page 13 of 78 949.988.7524 ZO Skin Health, Inc. and Dr. Obagi have no business relationship with Obagi Medical Products, and Obagi Medical Products does not sell or endorse using any ZO product. "ZO" is a registered trademark of ZO Skin Health, Inc. ZO ® GSR ™ Systems Developed by Zein Obagi, MD Cleansing & Normalizing Stimulation & Mechanical Exfoliation WASH SCRUB CONTROL Sebum Control & pH Balancing The Essential Step to Skin Health. ZO ® GSR ™ Systems are today's only complete solutions designed to normalize skin function as the fi rst step in optimizing the epidermis and dermis during therapeutic treatments or to maintain truly healthy skin on a daily basis. Normalizing Skin Function Developed under the guidance of Dr. Zein Obagi, ZO ® GSR ™ Systems' new formulations, synergistic products and effective protocols are designed to normalize skin and improve barrier function through: • Enhanced natural exfoliation • Anti-bacterial and anti-infl ammatory effects • Sebum control and pH balancing • Restoration of natural hydration • Epidermal renewal • Acne prevention and treatment • Reduced sensitivity and supportive healing ZO ® GSR ™ Medical System For use by patients with skin disorders, this system with protocols for oily and dry skin is used during and after treatment to maximize results and minimize reactions. Mandatory for All ZO ® Treatment Protocols ZO ® GSR ™ Medical System must be used to achieve successful treatment results. ZO ® GSR ™ Non-Medical System For use every day by individuals without skin disorders, this system optimizes skin health and supports the skin's barrier function. Z o S k i n M E 4 p 8 - 9 . i n d d 9 ZoSkinME4p8-9.indd 9 3 / 1 2 / 1 4 4 : 4 2 P M 3/12/14 4:42 PM

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