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What skincare brands are at Natural Product Expo West?

Since the beginning, derma e Natural Skincare has been at Natural Products Expo West. We'll be showing up in 2015 with some new friends and surprises. If you're attending Expo West 2015 be sure to stop by and Notice the Lotus. From the official Expo West website Profile derma e® is the innovator of vitamin-rich, high-performance antioxidant skincare...

What’s the Best Ingredient for Sensitive Skin? Pycnogenol!

Pycnogenol®: A Long History of Use Medicine men and doctors have prescribed pine bark to treat a variety of conditions for over two thousand years. Hippocrates, considered the founder of modern medicine, used pine bark as a remedy for inflammatory diseases in the 4th century B.C. Native Americans consumed pine bark in food and drinks and...

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What the best natural Microdermabrasion Scrub sold at Whole Foods, Sprouts, and Natural Retailers?

We're always proud to share what everyone things of our most iconic scrub. In this episode, I Sort Of Beauty  tells us about her first experience using the derma e Microdermabrasion Scrub. FIRST IMPRESSIONS: The glass jar contains a generous amount of product, which will hopefully last for a good amount of time because you really just need a dime-sized amount for each use. The crystal blend is very fine, so it feels like...

Why use derma e Hydrating Night Creme with Hyaluronic Acid?

Did you know...as we age, the Hyaluronic Acid available in the body and the skin decreases: synthesis of HA declines with time and the nature of the HA in the body changes.  One study reports that the concentration of HA in the skin remains the same as we age, but the HA becomes more attached to tissue and less able to function properly.  The authors speculated that these changes in...

A Natural Face-lift With A Spoon? How you can incorporate Gua Sha into a nightly skincare routine

What is Gua-Sha? Gua Sha is a technique that has been used in Chinese Medicine for thousands of years and basically involves scraping the skin. This helps encourage blood flow to the area bringing nutrients to the skin and promoting the removal of toxins. Additionally, you are exfoliating the skin by removing dead and dying skin cells and exposing younger, plumper healthier-looking skin. Traditionally, it is done with a piece of...