The process of finding the right beauty products can be a long and painful one full of trial and error. Once I became more conscious of the ingredients I put on my skin, the search for natural and ethical beauty products became more complicated. Derma E is a company that rightfully wears the badge of ethical beauty proudly, which makes the search for the right product easier.
Derma E has been around since 1984 (the year I was born 😉 )and has held their promise of providing beauty products that are 100% vegan and cruelty-free and do not contain GMO’s, gluten, soy, parabens, sodium lauryl sulfates, mineral oil, petrolatum, or artificial colors.
A company that has been around for so long can go through its fair share of changes. Derma E has managed to maintain their outstanding product formulations and instead designed a new look for their brand to appeal to the current generation.
Take a look at their sleek, clean, and beautiful design!
I love how they have their stamp of commitment to eco-ethical quality clearly visibly on the upper right hand corner so you know exactly what you’re buying prior to go through a long list of ingredients.
Also, they used the lotus flower to represent beauty and efficacy, which adds a simplistic allure to each of their products.
The best part of Derma E is that they are more than just a pretty new design. I have been using the Hydrating Day Crème with Hyaluronic Acid together with the Night Crème and my dry, sensitive skin is touchably soft and smooth with no negative reactions or breakouts.
The only cons for me are:
- I am not a fan of using separate day creams and night creams because I like to save and keep my beauty products to a minimum.
- There is a lovely floral scent to the creams that dissipate once it soaks in the skin, but it may not work for everyone.
Otherwise, Derma E is a company I will go to time and again for trustworthy, ethical beauty products.
Derma E can be found in any of the following stores as well as many other local natural stores across the US:
Sprouts Farmers Market
Whole Foods Market
What does ethical beauty mean to you?
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