derma e Receives Beauty With a Conscience Editor's Pick Award for Best Facial Toner

Natural Solutions magazine rewarded derma e® Natural Bodycare, a pioneer in cutting-edge natural skincare products containing powerful antioxidants and beneficial botanicals, with a Beauty With a Conscience Editor's Pick Award for Best Facial Toner.

With Whole Foods Market's Premium Body Care Standard as their basis for the award criteria, the editors of Natural Solutions tested over 600 products in order to select the healthiest beauty care in 33 categories. The great news was announced to Natural Solution’s 225,000 readers in the October 2008 issue.

The product chosen is derma e®'s Vanilla Bean Revitalizing Toner, a sophisticated antioxidant-rich age-defying formula that gently removes cleanser residue and other impurities, and closes pores for clean, rebalanced skin. With a delicious scent, this nourishing formula will refresh, revitalize and prepare skin for an even, more efficient absorption of your favorite moisturizer.

“derma e® is committed to developing and producing the highest quality formulations to nourish and care for the entire body and the environment. We are extremely pleased that the media has recognized that it is possible to achieve this through effective, natural skincare”, says Dr. Linda Miles, L. Ac. D.O.M., Vice President of derma e® Natural Bodycare.

For nearly 25 years, derma e® Natural Bodycare has pioneered the development of high-performance antioxidant skincare solutions. The comprehensive line of natural products is paraben-free, cruelty-free, 100% vegetarian and includes over 90 SKUs. derma e® can be found in 5000+ retail outlets across the U.S., with additional distribution internationally and on derma e® is family owned and operated and dedicated to serving the natural products retailer.

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