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Derma e Goes Vegan

Derma e announced that its skincare line is now completely vegan.

Derma e Natural Bodycare announced on November 19 that its line of more than 90 skincare products is now 100-percent vegan and mostly gluten-free. The company recently removed honey, beeswax, and pearl powder from its products, and additionally removing gluten from most products for people sensitive to the application of gluten on skin. “Here at Derma e, we will continue to listen and support our consumers while developing quality, innovative and natural products that are safe and effective,” Vice President Dr. Linda Miles said.

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