"Summer is on its way, and flashing as much flesh as is appropriate when the sun is beaming (if the sun is beaming) is a necessity, and so we decided in the Living office that getting your skin prepped and ready for showcasing is next on the agenda! This month we are trialling our favourite skincare products. Whether it be for your face or body, we will have you looking radiant as ever with our top picks.
Epionce is next on our list and we tried Epionce Renewal Eye Cream which is a highly moisturising formula which has been clinically proven to effectively repair, prevent and reduce the visible signs of skin ageing around the delicate eye area. The advanced formula penetrates deep into the layers of the skin, where it is needed, to effectively hydrate and repair skin cells, this helps block the formation and activation of chronic inflammatory factors that can lead to premature skin ageing. It’s non-sticky and absorbent formula complements the use of eye make-up. It is also paraben-free and suitable for even the most sensitive of skins.
The idea behind this product is that the soft focus technology emits, scatters and diffuses visible light, making skin imperfections such as dark circles, puffiness, fine lines and wrinkles and uneven skin texture around the eyes less noticeable. I know it sounds quite technical but it’s a case of applying and continuing on your merry way. I have to admit I really liked this product for the fact that it is non-fuss and non-sticky. As I am sure a lot of you do, I generally tend to apply my lotions and potions in the morning before I put my make up on, so the fact that this absorbs really well into the skin is a bonus for me. It left my skin feeling soft. After a few days of use, I did feel that there was a noticeable difference under my eyes, my skin felt brighter and less puffy. Another thing I like about this product is that not only does it help to combat existing damage; it also strengthens the skin barrier against future aggressors.
I would recommend this product as it definitely does what it is intended to do. Again it is quite costly at £52.00, but can you really put a price on turning back time? Visit www.beauty-product-online.co.uk to get yours."
Credit: Living Magazine