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Can I pre-mix the Obagi together for travel?

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Can I pre-mix the Obagi together for travel?

Postby SanyBelle » Sat Aug 07, 2010 8:38 pm

I am back to trying the Obagi and will give it the full 16 weeks this time. I travel almost every week and was wondering if I could mix the different products together so that I have less liquids and bottles to get through airport security. I bought 2 small containers and was wondering if I could have a container for the morning that had premixed #3, #4, #6 (sunscreen) and Bare Minerals Prime Time Foundation Primer. My evening container would have #3, #5 and Retin-A. I would carry the #1 and #2 separately.

This would save me time too and I'd probably be more apt to use all the steps every day and night. Does anyone think it would be okay to pre-mix like this?

Thanks!
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Re: Can I pre-mix the Obagi together for travel?

Postby KadeeBelleMD2B » Mon Oct 18, 2010 6:46 pm

Hey SAnyBelle,

I would not pre-mix. There is a reason they are in a certain order, and when you mix, you dilute each components strengths. Also, your products will likely oxide (I know you don't want to mix retin-A and blender, for example).

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