1888 PressRelease – Organoderm skin care, developed by Dr. Edward Domanskis, a Plastic Surgeon in Newport Beach, California, was founded on the principles of achieving and maintaining a healthy appearance without relying on toxic chemicals!
Organoderm skin care, developed by Dr. Edward Domanskis, a Plastic Surgeon in Newport Beach, California, will be participating in the Consumer Product Event’s ECO 2015. The event will take place at Morton’s The Steakhouse, 1895 South Harbor Blvd. Anaheim CA, on Friday, March 6 from 11AM to 4PM.
Organoderm was founded by Dr. Domanskis to provide consumers with effective but safe skin care products. Many of its products are made up of at least 95% plus certified organic ingredients and bear the distinct emblem of the USDA, and none contain any harmful chemicals.
Organoderm skin care, a part of Natural Bio-Active Products, LLC, has pioneered in the organic personal care market and has consistently been honored as one of the leading companies in the natural and organic marketplace. “My goal has always been to provide my patients as well as consumers with premium products that can truly make a difference in rejuvenating, repairing, and maintaining one’s skin.”
“I produce my Organoderm line, to provide an effective yet safe alternative to that which is available. It makes no sense to me that toxic ingredients can be present in skin care products,” continued Dr. Domanskis.
The Organoderm line uses simple formulations with a minimum of ingredients to keep the treatments pure and effective, without adding unnecessary toxins and allergens. They also are devoid of any nano particles. “These can easily penetrate into the deeper layers of our skin and cause more harm,” said Dr. Domanskis.
Organoderm Hand Sanitizer has recently gained notoriety by being the first successfully tested hand sanitizer to be effective against the Ebola virus, Zaire strain. “I will continue to formulate effective products to meet the needs of those who are concerned not only with their appearance but also their health and safety,” concluded Dr.Domanskis.