derma e® Sponsors Beauty Bus

Simi Valley, CA (December 09) – Not only has derma e® Natural Bodycare, a pioneer in natural skincare, remained dedicated to producing the highest quality, innovative and effective formulas possible, the company continues its strong commitment to giving back. As of October 2009, derma e® is proud to announce their new role as a product sponsor for the Beauty Bus Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for home-bound, terminally or chronically ill patients and their primary caregivers.

The Beauty Bus Foundation provides free of charge in-home beauty and grooming treatments such as facials, manicures and pedicures to patients and their primary caregivers. It is an opportunity to offer individuals living with chronic diseases and disorders a nurturing, human touch. Additionally, not only does the foundation support these patients with products, they also give the caregivers products as a token of appreciation for devoting their lives to caring for others. Beauty Bus inspires uplifted spirit, dignity and well-being, and offers joyful moments to these remarkable individuals during a difficult time.

“Since derma e®’s inception, we have always believed that we all have a responsibility to contribute to our local communities. In donating our nourishing skincare formulas, our wish is to help Beauty Bus continue to touch lives in such a warm, gracious and caring way,” says Dr. Linda Miles, L. Ac. D.O.M., Vice President of derma e® Natural Bodycare.

For 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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