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Natural Skincare from Derma E

by Katie Skrzek

Jun 21, 2018

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Products / Beauty

Derma E is a natural skincare line utilizing vitamins, antioxidants and botanicals to offer gentle products for all skin types.

 

Derma E offers cleansers, exfoliators, eye creams, face masks, hair care, moisturizers, oils, peels, serums, sun care, toners and body care. Best sellers include acne cleanser, rosehip and cranberry face oil, microdermabrasion scrub, vitamin c serum and scar gel. Products tackle common skincare concerns including acne, sun protection, wrinkles, oil control and dry skin. Pricing varies by product and ranges about $4–96. Check the sale section for discounts.

 

Derma E products are ethically made with cruelty-free methods. Ingredients are 100 percent vegan, gluten-free, soy-free and GMO-free. Common ingredients include Argan oil, green tea, salicylic acid, Vitamin C and zinc oxide. Find a detailed ingredient list on the website.

 

Shipping within the United States is free for orders more than $25. Products are also available at select retailers including Whole Foods, CVS, GNC and ULTA. Check the website for the location nearest you. Gift cards are available on the website.

 

Follow Derma E on Facebook , Twitter and Instagram for special offers and product details.

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