Dry Skin Care
Epizone Dry Skin Care range consists of creams and ointments as well as bath emollients ideal for skin conditions such as eczema and psoriasis.
Your face is the most sensitive and most visible part of your body. Therefore it is advisable to use products which are gentle and mild on the skin. Daily cleansing as well as bi-weekly exfoliating, coupled with a moisturiser and daily application of sunscreen is what will keep your skin looking young and radiant. The Epizone facial range consists of face washes and face moisturisers.
The condition of your hair can really affect your confidence levels. Dandruff, scalp eczema and other dry hair conditions can leave you feeling very embarrassed. Epizone hair range is specifically formulated to address these hair conditions.
The sun is the most harmful object on anyone’s skin, it is advised to minimise sun exposure as much as possible, this is not always possible. That is why wearing sun daily is so vital. It is also important to re-apply your sunscreen during the day. Always remember to apply 30 minutes before exposure to the sun.
Babies skins are so sensitive and can react to the slightest of fragrances, it is therefore so essential to use products that are mild, gentle and contain no alcohol or fragrance on their skin.
Covid-19 Survival Mixture
Keep your hands and body hygienically clean. As a user of Epizone E ointment you are familiar with the many uses of Epizone E ointment, one using Epizone E ointment as the ideal soap substitute especially if you suffer from Eczema and other dry skin...read more
How to Care for your skin this Winter
Winter is on its way, and let’s face it—it’s not good for your skin. Harsh winds, cold temperatures, and dry air tend to sap skin of its natural oils, leaving it dry and stressed. Unfortunately, it’s not only the weather that can challenge your winter skin care....read more
Foot Care Regime for Happy, Healthy and Sexy Feet
Your feet are probably the last part of your body you think about -- until they start hurting. They're too important to overlook, though: With some 26 bones and a complex framework of muscles, tendons and ligaments, our feet absorb the impact of your full body weight...read more