To address the specific needs of mature skin, we need solutions that are not only deeply effective, but also safe from undesirable side effects. Scientists at EpiqueLabs have developed Phyto-concentrates, concentrated molecular extracts that occur naturally in plants.
Epique’s Phyto-concentrates are the purest and most concentrated form of plant extracts, obtained using highly advanced extraction technology. This make them many times more powerful than normal herbal extracts.
They work at an intracellular level to help reverse the adverse effects on mature skin by enhancing its ability to restore, repair and regenerate from within, effectively, yet naturally. Regular use of Epique’s Phyto-concentrates based formulations helps the skin stay healthy.
From Plant to Product
The relevant plant, the relevant part, the relevant molecule
Scientists at EpiqueLabs identify and analyse plants that will offer the optimal combination of plant ingredients, then select the most relevant part of the plant where the highest concentration of powerful plant molecules lie, whether, in the stem root or leaf, and finally using high end precision technology , isolate and extract the relevant molecule in its most potent concentration, for creating a formula that is the most beneficial to the skin.
Mature Skin Care
At any time, the well being of your skin is important, and good skin care starts with protecting the skin from avoidable damage, particularly sun damage, and establishing a daily routine matching the skin type. However, with time, there is a marked decline in the levels of various hormones and growth factors. Cell damage has accumulated in many tissues; the skin is one of the most affected. As a result, the rate at which the skin renews and repairs itself becomes much slower.
Mature skin women experience particularly dramatic hormonal changes because they either approach or undergo the menopause, which causes a dramatic decline in the hormones produced by the ovaries: estrogens and progesterone. The loss of these hormones causes a decline in the synthesis of collagen, elastin and other components of skin matrix, reduces the production of sebum (skin oil) and thus leads to skin thinning, dryness and other negative changes.