Epionce Renewal Calming Cream is ideal for those of us who live with chronic dry skin or skin irritation due to retinol, aggressive peels, or skin conditions such as eczema.
About Epionce Renewal Calming Cream
Clinically proven to relieve the symptoms of eczema, including itching, redness, and dryness.
What Makes it Special
Renewal Calming Cream is formulated to protect the skin barrier and hydrate and repair extremely dry, sensitive skin, even eczema and atopic dermatitis.
It is ideal for skin that is resistant to sensitizers and preservatives typically used in standard moisturizers.
It is also special because Epionce uses beeswax in its’ product range. What is so special about beeswax?
Beeswax has an occlusive quality to provide a barrier while retaining moisture. It protects from irritants and acts as a long-lasting protective barrier layer from environmental irritants and extreme weather.
Dr. Thornfeldt, Clinical Dermatologist and Founder of Episciences, and creator of Epionce, says:
“beeswax soothes irritated skin making it an excellent choice as a healing skincare ingredient”
In addition to beeswax, Renewal Calming Cream includes key natural ingredients to soothe and treat.
Let’s take a look:
The formula absorbs in well without feeling tacky on dry-down. If you have chronic skin dryness this is a godsend to ease red, itchy irritated skin.
Epionce Renewal Calming Cream is not only a go-to formula for chronically dry skin, but for irritation caused by topicals such as peels and retinol. I love it after a glycolic acid peel.
If you can’t tolerate retinol use, Epionce Renewal Calming Cream makes an excellent retinol partner to get through red, peeling stage.
Where to Find It
Find Epionce Renewal Calming Cream at https://www.epionce.com/product/renewal-calming-cream/
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