- December 1st, 2014
In many winter climates, the frigid temperatures and chilly winds take a harsh toll on our skin. Heated air in homes, cars, and workplaces also zap moisture, evaporating it into the air from the skin’s surface.Soothing Dry Skin with Vitamin EBy Linda Miles, LAc, DOM
- September 30th, 2014
I’ve heard the question all my professional life: “How can I firm and lift my loose, aging skin?”The ingredient that provides a natural face liftBy Linda Miles, LAc, DOM
- August 31st, 2014
With fall just around the corner, your teens are heading back to school for yet another year of learning. Although prepping can be chaotic—schedules, school supplies, a new fall wardrobe—you can help your kids find a moment of Zen with the promise of better looking skin.Zap zits, not confidenceBy Linda Miles, LAc, DOM
- February 1st, 2014
First and foremost, derma e is a natural skincare company with a heart. Since the very beginning we have believed in the pure power of nature—that shows through in our commitment to the environment and to making the world a better place.derma e: Celebrating 30 years of healthy skinBy Linda Miles, DOM
- February 1st, 2014
As a naturopathic doctor, I work with patients with a wide range of health conditions. I have found that many symptoms of these conditions can be reduced or reversed by helping people improve their overall health, which often includes a change in diet and lifestyle. A particular example of this is conditions of the skin.Inside-out and outside-in solutionsBy Holly Lucille, ND, RN
People often ask me questions about all the different ways to resurface the skin and repair the damage done by "too much fun in the sun," poor skin care, and photo-aging. There are many options available today that address skin problems, but it can be a bewildering experience to sort though them all.
The skin (our faces in particular) is the only part of our body that doesn’t wear clothes… just think about that! In the US, we go to great lengths to camouflage discolored skin and make pores look smaller. The appearance of our skin is a huge factor in our overall self-confidence and in how we are perceived by others.
- March 31st, 2012
Sea buckthorn is a plant with many legends attached to it and although it seems like a mystical berry, its healing properties are grounded in the scientific world. Sea Buckthorn’s genus name, Hippophae, means “shining horse,” adding credit to some far-fetched fables that accompany the plant’s history.Ancient medicine for your current ailments.By Cara Lucas
Over the past decade, rosacea has become an increasingly common skin disorder seen in skincare clinics all across the country—almost daily. This has been a very difficult condition to treat aesthetically and medically, as well.