Get Your Skin Fit In the New Year

January 6, 2018

Now is a great time to be making resolutions for a better, healthier life. One of the best places to start is with your skin. By changing a few simple habits, you can help visibly improve your skin’s appearance this new year.


Use a regimen consistently

One of the keys to long-term skin health is a consistent, daily skin care regimen. Getting in the habit of using a daily regimen will help your skin remain clear of impurities that clog pores and lead to irritation and blemishes. Start with a basic Epionce regimen, which includes a cleanser, Lytic and Renewal Facial product for your skin type.

Start fresh with a chemical peel

A simple way to get off on the right foot this year with your skin is to schedule a chemical peel with your Epionce Professional. This is a quick, easy way to boost your skin’s appearance and start the year with a clean slate. Chemical peels help visibly reduce the appearance of blemishes, signs of aging and dull-looking skin. A lunch-time peel will help your skin look visibly more radiant and youthful without downtime.

Sip some tea

Drinking tea is known to have many health benefits, including immune and digestion support, and is full of antioxidants. Some teas, like spearmint tea, have even been shown to have a positive impact on skin by helping to reduce visible blemishes. The overall health benefits make tea a must-have for your skin health in the new year.

Apply sunscreen every day

Daily use of sunscreen is very beneficial for your skin, but it can be difficult to remember to use during the winter months. Make a resolution to apply sunscreen daily to prevent signs of aging and for broad-spectrum protection against skin cancers. Epionce Daily Shield Tinted SPF 50 provides optimum protection from daily UV exposure. The sheer tinted sunscreen goes on flawlessly under foundation or on its own for elegant coverage.

Need help creating the perfect regimen for your new year skin care resolution?  Find an Epionce Pro Near You


Further Reading

How to Care for Sensitive Skin for Men

Healthy Skin Habits for Tweens

What is a Chemical Exfoliator?

A Dermatologist-Approved Guide to Winter Skincare