Derma E Anti-Aging Skin Care Formulas
Derma E has been providing
The core ingredients of derma e natural skin care have always been based on proven and effective antioxidants.
Derma E continues to add new formulations, as more anti-aging discoveries are proven to be effective.
"The Antioxidant Theory of Aging"
"What's it all about?"
If you already know.....shop now!
Antioxidants play an important role in maintaining a healthy, youthful appearance. Oxidative damage is one of the major causes of diseases and has a profound adverse effect on the aging process. The theory of how aging occurs can be compared to metal rusting or an apple turning brown. Both effects are caused by oxidation.
Free radical molecules in our environment and inside our bodies act to break down our cellular structure and function, resulting in oxidative damage. When this cell structure breaks down, the visible signs of aging begin.
Antioxidants fight these oxidation effects. In other words, antioxidants give your body the power to defend itself, by neutralizing oxidation and free radicals. Vitamin C, vitamin A, and vitamin E as you may already know, can quench free radicals before they damage our cells.
Other, more powerful antioxidants have been proven to fight the aging process and they are found in derma e proprietary blends to provide you with effective anti-aging treatments. In order of effectiveness: Astazanthin, Pycnogenol, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Vitamin C (Ester-C), Vitamin E, and Retinol (Vitamin A).
Derma E core ingredients have been based on effective antioxidants for over 30 years. New formulations are made available when they are proven to be effective.
The Charming Touch is pleased to
Feel free to shop around, but please remember to
so you will be sure to find us again.
We believe you will want to visit us
Shop For Effective Anti-Aging Formulas Now!
Learn About Special Treatments or Acne Control Treatments
Learn more about Derma E
You can count on Derma E formulations to be of maximal effectiveness for your skin care regimen.
Footer information goes here. This page is in the "includes" folder.