✓ Complexion perfector
✓ Reduces imperfection
✓ Adapt to all skin tones
Apply in the morning, on clean and dry skin, alone or after your moisturizer. Apply only in small touches and distribute from the center to the outside of the face, massage as a hydrating treatment for a uniform, natural and luminous result, without imperfections.
A BB Gel "complexion perfector" silky velvet texture that melts on the skin.
Rich in hyaluronic acid to unify the complexion and visibly reduce imperfections, for a non-greasy "BB skin" look
Its natural coverage makes it possible to adapt to all skin tones.
Concentrated care based on vegetable oils and mineral pigments, enriched with hyaluronic acid, it intensely moisturizes, nourishes, smooths and protects the skin, while letting it breathe!
Suitable for all skin types, even sensitive or acne
100% natural origin
Vegan - Cruelty Free
Made in France
HELIANTHUS ANNUS SEED OIL, MACADAMIA INTEGRIFOLIA SEED OIL, ISOPROPYL MYRISTATE, COCONUT ALKANES, SIMMONDSIA CHINENSIS SEED OIL, RICINUS COMMUNIS SEED OIL, TITANIUM DIOXIDE, TRIHYDROXYSTEARIN, OCTYLDODECYL PCA, PUNICE, COCO-CAPRYLATE/CAPRATE, IRON OXIDES, FRAGRANCE, HYALURONIC ACID, ROSEMARINUS OFFICINALIS EXTRACT, RAPESEED OIL.
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Accomodate your cosmetics to your skin structure
Doctor-engineer, specialized in natural polymers, Estelle worked 15 years in the field of health and aesthetics on injectable medical devices. She studies skin alongside dermatologists and specialized doctors and develops the range of wrinkle-filling implants based on hyaluronic acid Juvederm® (Allergan Laboratories) and Stylage® (Laboratoires Vivacy that she co-founds)..
She is convinced that the only way to take care of your skin is through the use of raw materials as natural as effective. She decided to develop her line of cosmetics combining the treasures of nature and its expertise. After the filing of several patents, she creates Epicosm.
EPICOSM is an alliance between a specialist in anti-ageing’s knowledge of the skin, expertise in development, medical ethics and the need to return to basics, naturalness and transparency