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Episciences Strikes Deal With UK, China Distributors

January 4, 2008

UK: Episciences, Inc. of Boise, ID, signed distribution agreements with Eden Aesthetics of Danbury, England and HYC of Hong Kong.

Eden Aesthetics is a distributor of personal care products to physicians, estheticians and beauty therapists in the UK and 10 other European countries. The agreement gives Eden Aesthetics sole distribution rights of the Epionce product line to western European countries. This is the first time Episciences will be distributing in the European market.

HYC is a developing Hong Kong venture, and will also gain sole distribution rights of the Epionce product line to several Asian countries, including Korea, Singapore and Malaysia. The product line is currently being sold around the U.S. in medical spas and physician offices. Episciences, Inc. signed an agreement last year to begin selling the product line in Japan through Rohto Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. This is the first time Episciences will be distributing in the European market and Asian markets.
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