|By Marketwired .||
|September 4, 2014 05:00 AM EDT||
TEL AVIV, ISRAEL -- (Marketwired) -- 09/04/14 -- Kamedis Bio-Herbal Skin Care has added Amy Bader, ND to its Naturopathic Scientific Advisory Committee, joining Dr. Michael Traub, Dr. Holly Lucille, Dr. Doni Wilson, Dr. Matthew Baral, Dr. Carrie Runde and Dr. Denise Clark. Dr. Bader will bring deep experience and insight on the naturopathic treatment of skin conditions to the already august committee.
"Dr. Bader brings a history of integrated skincare treatment and esthetic medicine to the advisory committee," said Itai Katzir, CEO of Kamedis. "We are looking forward to having her with us as we continue to grow in the naturopathic community."
Dr. Bader graduated with honors from the National College of Natural Medicine (NCNM) in Portland, Oregon. She has acted as an adjunct clinical faculty member for NCNM, overseeing naturopathic medical students in a clinical setting. Dr. Bader specializes in whole body wellness and has specialized in treating skin conditions and esthetic medicine.
"I am excited to join the Kamedis Naturopathic Advisory Committee," said Dr. Amy Bader. "Kamedis offers great benefits to people suffering from common skin conditions. Their products complement the naturopathic inside-out approach and have been clinically proven to be effective and safe."
Nearly one in three Americans suffer from one or more of the most common skin conditions that are very troubling and disruptive. The bio-herbal product lines, which are the result of more than twelve years in research, development and clinical trials, complement naturopathic approach designed to address common skin ailments.
Kamedis product lines include AC Medis for oily skin and blemishes; TOPIC Medis for itchy and irritated skin; SEBO Medis for flaky, red skin and PSO Medis for scaly, irritated skin. They have clinically proven efficacy and are safe for long term use. Some products are safe for patients as young as six months of age. The balance of the products is safe for patients three years of age and older.
The Kamedis Naturopathic Scientific Advisory Committee was designed to be an asset to the naturopathic community and to the public. Every member of the committee has deep expertise in integrative health care and is a seasoned speaker, commentator and writer.
About Kamedis: Kamedis is a global provider of herbal based, healthy skin care products that combine ancient medical wisdom with modern technology. Kamedis was created by Chinese medicine practitioners specializing in dermatology who envisioned a new approach to treating the symptoms of common skin conditions, such as atopic dermatitis, seborrhea of the face and scalp, psoriasis and acne. Kamedis utilizes advanced technologies to develop innovative medical devices, barrier creams, botanical drugs and derma cosmetic products based on herbal ingredients. Products are available in the United States, Europe and Asia. More information about Kamedis is available at www.kamedis.com or 855-KAMEDIS (855-526-3347).
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