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    EpiLynx Gluten-Free EpiRadiance Sunrise Serum

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    Reviewed and edited by a celiac disease expert.

      Sunrise Serum is designed to restore your skin's natural moisture barrier and reduce the appearance of wrinkles, and increase your skin's firmness.


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    Celiac.com 12/17/2019 - EpiLynx has created a truly amazing line of gluten-free beauty products, and this week we're reviewing their EpiRadiance Sunrise Serum. 

    The Sunrise Serum is a face and neck skin moisturizer that contains exotic ingredients such as horsetail, which comes from a plant that has been used in herbal remedies for centuries due to is antioxidant, antimicrobial, antibacterial, and anti-inflammatory properties.



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    Sunrise Serum is designed to restore your skin's natural moisture barrier and reduce the appearance of wrinkles, and increase your skin's firmness. Using it regularly made my skin appear more radiant, and, according to EpiLynx, this is because it increases your skin's moisture and collagen levels.

    The serum is naturally scented, lectin minimized, and is loaded with other natural and exotic ingredients like willow bark, blackberry seed oil, red raspberry seed oil, cranberry seed oil, passion fruit extract, ligonberry extract, blueberry extract and geranium extract.

    If your goal is firmer and more radiant skin with less visible wrinkles, the staff at Celiac.com highly recommends EpiLynx's EpiRadiance Sunrise Serum.

    About EpiLynx:
    Epilynx was founded by Dr. Liia Ramachandra, PharmD, PhD, who founded the company after her struggle with gluten sensitivity.

    For more info visit their site.


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