Clinically Proven, Award Winning Skin Care Products
Epionce has been trusted by physicians for more than 15 years as a clinically proven, effective skin care line. Developed by a leading clinical dermatologist, Epionce integrates over 20 years of clinical skin research with a unique approach to skin care. From improving the visible appearance of skin aging to problem skin, Epionce has a regimen to solve your specific skin concerns. We are proud to offer the Epionce skin care line to be used independently or to bolster the impact of your BOTOX treatments.
How Does Epionce Work?
Epionce is formulated to help unleash the natural potential of your skin. Its unique approach provides a blend of key botanical ingredients to reveal healthier-looking skin that can help improve the visible effects of aging and give you smoother, more radiant skin. Epoince formulas are paraben, fragrance, sulfate and gluten-free. Restorative botanical ingredients are combined with powerful multifactorial antioxidants and barrier-boosting cholesterol, ceramide and free fatty acids in proven concentrations to improve the overall health and appearance of the skin. Unlike many other products on the market, Epionce does not contain harsh ingredients that irritate the skin or cause unnecessary dryness.
What Awards Has Epionce Won?
The Epionce product line has won several accolades and been featured in top consumer and industry magazines. In December 2015, they were announced as Winner of Best Topical Skincare at the Aesthetic Industry Awards.
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How Has It Been Clinically Proven?
Epionce follows the highest clinical study standards in the physician-strength skin care market. All Epionce clinical studies are performed by nationally recognized independent research organizations and adhere to the highest standards for clinical studies using the same product you, the customer, will use. Epionce clinical studies are only performed on human volunteers - they do no testing on animals. The data from the studies are then peer reviewed and published at medical conferences and in scientific journals.
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