Epionce Announces Relief for Acne
If you’re one of the many people that suffer from acne, then you’re aware that a good acne fighting product is hard to find – until now. Epionce has just announced the release of Purifying Wash and Purifying Spot Gel for people with systemic acne or adult acne.
This powerful acne fighting duo is the latest innovation from Epionce. Together they incorporate therapeutic botanicals with salicylic acid to help clear blemishes without over drying sensitive skin.
Client Megan reports: I have struggled with acne my whole life. It has been most frustrating now that I’m an adult as my skin is sensitive and current acne products tend to be too harsh. My acne is painful and seems to take forever to clear up. Using Purifying Spot Gel has changed the way I handle those breakouts. My acne is hardly recognizable by two days and completely gone within four days!
The products in Epionce’s acne fighters penetrate pores to control acne blemishes and help prevent new acne blemishes from forming. Purifying Wash contains salicylic acid and is perfect for everyday use while the Purifying Spot Gel contains sulfur and resorcinol monoacetate and its intended use is formulated as a spot treatment on affected areas. Yes! You read right! A SPOT TREATMENT FOR ACNE! Containing two powerful ingredients: Sulfur and Resorcinol, and these aren't the old stinky, drying and staining products from the past. These are improved ingredients and provide better results after 6 days.
Benefits of the Purifying Spot Gel Treatments:
These products are free of parabens, added fragrance, sulfates, gluten. There is also no benzoyl peroxide or retinoids used in these products and they can be used with Epionce products such as the Lytics and Renewals.
If you, or someone you know suffers from acne then have them try this new acne fighting duo. Available now from Caddell’s, purchase yours today!
*Purifying Spot Gel underwent a single-center, double-blind, split-face, controlled, independent clinical study looking at its impact on acne lesions. Data points were gathered at Baseline, Days 1, 2, 3 and 6. Purifying Spot Gel was tested against prescription generic clindamycin/benzoyl peroxide (CBP).