Beauty Mistakes – Fixed

Your Epionce Cheat Sheet

October 7, 2017

When it comes to skin care, we all have room for upgrades. Sometimes we form habits that start to show on our skin. These more common mistakes can be easily remedied with a few modifications to your daily regimen.

Mistake: Using Gritty Exfoliants

Solution: Epionce Lytic Tx product for skin type

Regular over-exfoliation of the skin with harsh, gritty scrubs will do more harm than good because they cause unnecessary irritation and can tear the skin. Apply an Epionce Lytic Tx product for your skin type daily to help clean the pores of impurities without damaging the skin barrier.

Mistake: Forgetting to Wash Your Face at Night

Solution: A simple, easy-to-use skin care regimen

We’ve all been there: you’re tired after a long day and just want to go to sleep without washing your face. Not washing your skin before bedtime can lead to blemishes and the visible appearance of skin aging. Try Lytic Gel Cleanser to remove all makeup, dirt and oil in one quick cleanse without stripping the skin of natural oils.

Mistake: Not Wearing Sunscreen Daily

Solution: Epionce Daily Shield Tinted SPF 50 Sunscreen

If there is one miracle anti-aging cream, sunscreen is it! Help stop skin aging in its tracks by applying an anti-oxidant sunscreen with SPF 30 or higher daily. Epionce Daily Shield Tinted SPF 50 Sunscreen is broad-spectrum protection, while the sheer coverage of a foundation helps your skin look natural and flawless.

Mistake: Touching Your Face

Solution: Rest hands at your side or on your lap

Avoid rubbing your face throughout the day or resting your chin or cheek on your hands. This all-too-common mistake spreads bacteria that can exacerbate breakouts. In addition, avoid picking at skin as this can lead to unwanted scarring and dark spots. Add an Epionce Balancing Toner or Purifying Toner, depending on your skin type, to help remove any trace dirt, oil or makeup.


To tailor a regimen that fits your skin needs, find an Epionce Professional in your area.


Further Reading

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Understanding Skin of Color: Health, Education and Unique Needs

How to Care for Sensitive Skin for Men

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