What Does Episof Have in Common with Dark Chocolate?

What Does Episof Have in Common with Dark Chocolate?

Both Episof and dark chocolate are wonderful at preventing the effects of premature aging, promoting cellular growth, healing skin, and reducing stress and inflammation. 

Did you know?  An inflamed gut can lead to inflamed skin!

Dark chocolate boosts heart health, reduces cholesterol, maintains blood pressure, and balances blood sugar. Balanced blood sugar is extremely important when thinking about healthy skin. When your body's blood sugar levels are unbalanced, your body can react by craving foods, becoming irritable, and worst of all unbalanced blood sugar can lead to acne breakouts and premature aging of the skin. Having balanced blood sugar levels is exceedingly beneficial for your skin. 

Dark chocolate also improves brain health by increasing blood flow to the brain. A healthy mind means healthier choices! One of the best choices you can make for your skin is promote oxygen flow and hydration to your skin. Episof creates a moisture and oxygen-rich environment which accelerates and amplifies your skin’s natural repair response. Episof is made from100% premium grade silicone that is designed to diminish scars, stretch marks, fine lines & wrinkles. This thick, rich, proprietary formulation is an ideal choice for post-op scar treatment.  Because it dries to the touch, there is no concern about application near clothing.  Episof is also non-comedogenic and sits atop pores smoothly, which is why many of our customers choose to use Episof as an everyday primer as well.   

If you have any questions on scar and skincare 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 products, 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 and skincare needs and your new regimen!

~ Article contributed by Riona Scafa