Friday, February 4, 2011

Nu Skin Epoch Body Care Products Review

 As a new mom I tend to neglect my skin more than anything. Before my son as born I took extra good care of my skin, feet and face. I would daily use a scrubbing soap, weekly do a face mask and feet therapy. That all went out the window between bottles, diapers and housework. Thankfully I had the opportunity to review the Epoch line of skin care products that are a good quality. I liked that none of the products had a strong scent.
Epoch is a line of Nu Skin products that have beneficial botanicals derived from renewable sources. I enjoyed the variety of products that were available in this line of skin care. I definitely had favorites.

The Glacial Marine Mud Mask includes zinc and sea botanical that draws out impurities, removes dead skin cells and leaves your skin super soft.

The Baobab Body Butter is luxurious. It is a smooth applying body butter that has Shea Butter and fruit from the African Baobab Tree. I loved how soft this made my body feel even at the end of the day.

The Sole Solution Foot Treatment was totally what my feet needed. I put some of this product on my feet after a shower then put on some socks. I was amazed how rehydrate they were. The product contains allspice berries that Central Americans have been using to help relieve dry cracked skin on feet and toes.

The Epoch line also has baby products. I used the Epoch Baby Hibiscus Hair and Body Wash on my son. I liked the light scent and it washed his hair thoroughly. I liked the sort of foamy consistency of the wash. It made it easier to get out enough but not too much of the product. The site says that Hibiscus flower extract helps maintain and moisturize a healthy scalp. I have noticed my sons scalp a little less dry than usual after repeated uses of the wash.

You can see the full line of Nu Skin and Epoch products on their website. The site also has a very helpful glossary of terms. I think this would be helpful for not only their products but for a quick reference on any beauty products so you can look up the definition of an ingredient.

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