Medicart Web Magazine - May 2023View publication
In this new edition of SOI, you will find Isabelle Huot’s recommendations on how to be creative while cooking, in addition to Jessica Harnois’s knowledge of the oldest wine producers. You will also meet Dr. Christine Caron and Dr. Stéphane Maurice, two pioneers in aesthetic medicine. We also offer several trendy ideas and activities to ensure a colorful summer. Also take advantage of our beauty tips for a balanced skin routine, as well as more information on the treatments offered in our Medicart clinics. Enjoy our magazine!
Beauty Buzz | 6 face masks for happy skinView publication
Beauty Buzz proudly presents to you, 6 face masks for happy, beautiful looking skin. The Anti-Stress Moisturizing Mask by Medicart is extremely comfortable and soothing once applied on the skin and helps infuse the skin with moisture from the incredible ingredients it has such as Squalane, Glycerin and multiple extracts such as Apple, Jasmine, Lavender and Raspberry.
Medical-aesthetic care clinics made doctors and nurses available to public healthView publication
As the COVID-19 crisis eases, the Minister of Health and Social Services announced last month that Quebecers could once again receive private health care as well as body and beauty care. Epiderma, a leading company in medical-aesthetic care and one of Quebec’s renowned brands, has therefore resumed offering its services.
Cosmetic esthetic treatments becoming increasingly popular to treat facial agingView publication
If you often find yourself looking in the mirror and thinking your appearance has become tired or severe looking, you’re not alone. In fact, those are the leading reasons why people explore the possibility of cosmetic esthetic treatments.
Hyperpigmentation: What it is and How to Treat ItView publication
Hyperpigmentation is a condition that affects many women and it can be caused by factors like acne scarring or sun damage. Some women get the so-called mask of pregnancy, which is a condition that creates dark spots on the skin when they are expecting. Women can get also dark spots, or melasma, which can be triggered by hormone imbalances and sun exposure.
Epiderma raises $16,800 for the Quebec Breast Cancer FoundationView publication
In an ongoing effort to contribute to the wellbeing of women, Quebec-based company Epiderma once again led a fundraising campaign this year during Breast Cancer Awareness Month. As a result, Epiderma was able to raise $16,800 within its network, which it donated on November 7 to the Quebec Breast Cancer Foundation.
Content Works - Montreal GazetteView publication
Cosmetic esthetic treatments becoming increasingly popular to treat facial aging
Epiderma raises $15,620 for the Lise Watier Foundation's Let's Start Up ProgramDownload file
May 17, 2023
Pink Month - Epiderma donates $14,420 to the Quebec Breast Cancer FoundationDownload file
November 14, 2022
Medicart/Epiderma raises $9,000 in the FitSpirit Mother/Daughter ChallengeDownload file
August 16, 2021