This sleek, smooth, teal green bottle holds what our skin needs and desires.
Episof (silky silicone in a counter-friendly pump) is most typically used on exposed areas and can be reapplied throughout the day/night to ensure consistent coverage. Episof is a soft and silky medical grade silicone that immediately gives your skin a boost of hydration, plumpness, and a matted finish. The primary use for Episof is to help diminish scars, but it can easily double as a makeup primer as it is smooth to touch and has a flawless feel on the skin. Episof, however, is different from most makeup primers because it lets oxygen flow to and penetrate the skin while keeping moisture in, hydrating the skin almost immediately. This difference makes our luxurious formula exceptional, and one of a kind.
Episof (silky silicone in a counter-friendly pump) is most typically used on exposed areas and can be reapplied throughout the day/night to ensure consistent coverage. We recommend reapplying Episof at least three to five times during the day for best results. Episof dries quickly and can be applied to clean skin as many times as you would like. Many of our customers, as well as our staff, love Episof and use the product in their daily skin regime due to its silky feel and beneficial hydrating properties. Episof is sold at many med spas around the country because this multipurpose product is not only for scars, but for soothing wrinkles, minimizes the production of new wrinkles, and for the high end feel this product provides, even under makeup.
If you have any questions on scar care assistance or which product would be best for you, please feel free to contact us at 702.260.4466. If you have any concerns such as when to start using silicone scar sheets, we always recommend consulting your doctor to have them look at your scar and make sure the wound is fully healed prior to silicone use. We look forward to helping you with your scar care needs and new scar care regimen!
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