Loving Derma e Natural Skincare!

For over 25 years Derma E has been developing skin care products rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and botanicals that have been proven effective at battling conditions such as acne, eczema, psoriasis, scarring and aging. The company uses scientifically proven ingredients where there is documented evidence of effectiveness, such as alpha lipoic acid, oregano, Ester-C, and hyaluronic acid.

All Derma e products are free of parabens, phthalates, sodium lauryl sulfates, petrolatum, mineral oil, artificial colors and are 100% vegan, cruelty-free and manufactured with wind energy. Many products are fragrance-free and any scented products are made with natural essential oils. The company sources non-genetically modified ingredients from environmentally friendly farms around the world and uses organic whenever possible.

Derma e is famous for its first product developed in the 1960’s, a moisturizer rich in vitamin E. Today you can buy the Vitamin E Severely Dry Skin Creme With 12,000 IU Vitamin E . We also love the:

Psorzema® Creme for itchy, dry skin, eczema, psoriasis and dermatitis formulated with Neem, Burdock, Bearberry and Vitamins A and E.

Evenly Radiant® Dark Circle Eye Crème that contains circulatory support herbs such as Pycnogenol, Horse Chestnut and Yarrow, and skin-brightening botanicals and vitamins such as Bearberry and Niacinamide.

Tea Tree and E Face and Body Wash that features tea Tree Oil with its natural antibacterial, antifungal and solvent properties deep-cleans, removing toxins and debris. Research shows Tea Tree is effective at clearing blemishes and resolving fungal issues.

Check out the complete Derma e also product lines for acne, dry itchy skin, and moisturizing and anti-aging facial care. And check out the store locator for a store near you!

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