Forget Me Not

October 3, 2017

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Forget Me Not

You know the importance of caring for the skin on your face, but this is not the only area that needs anti-aging attention. Extend the care you give your face to these ‘forget me not’ areas with some simple adjustments to your Epionce regimen.

Throat and Neck

As you diligently care for the skin on your face, take some extra time every day to address your neck and throat area. This area can be easily forgotten, but equally subject to the visible signs of aging like the face. A few simple steps each day will help ensure this area remains youthful looking.

*Bonus anti-aging tip: sunscreen should be applied to all areas exposed to the sun, throat and neck included!

Epionce recommends: Intense Defense Serum + Renewal Facial Lotion

D├ęcolletage and Upper Chest

Like the neck, the d├ęcolletage is often missed in a skin care regimen. It is susceptible to developing unwanted dark spots and other signs of photoaging, including sagging. Neglected skin in this area often looks dull with uneven texture and tone. Using a potent, rich hydrating cream at night will help smooth skin texture and help visibly firm the skin.

Epionce recommends: Lytic Gel Cleanser + Intensive Nourishing Cream

Arms, Elbows and Ears

The ears and back of neck receive more sun exposure than much of the body and can be magnets for skin cancers. In addition to wearing sun protective clothing and hats, applying an antioxidant rich broad-spectrum sunscreen daily to these neglected areas can help reduce damage caused by the sun. Just like any other area, don’t forget to reapply as needed.

Epionce recommends: Active Shield Lotion SPF 30+ and Ultra Shield Lotion SPF 50

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By: Michelle Landa

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