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Derma E Natural Bodycare

October 4, 2006

Derma e Natural Bodycare has created two new antioxidant-packed formulas that employ technologically advanced, yet naturally gentle ingredients to nourish, hydrate and re-texturize the delicate skin around the eyes.
Derma e Ester-C Firming eye crème helps improve skin tone, repair sun damage and firm loose skin around the eyes. Green tea extract protects against free radical damage and Ester-C stimulates collagen synthesis, lifting and tightening sagginess. Ester-C retails for $17.50 for .5 oz.
Derma e Peptides Plus Double-Action Wrinkle Reverse eye crème features two peptides (matrixyl and argireline) that visibly smooth even the deepest wrinkles. The formula is enriched with additional active botanicals to erase signs of aging, including the anti-inflammatory antioxidants green tea extract and pycnogenol. Peptides Plus retails for $27.50 for .5 oz. More info: www.dermae.net.

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