Course: Naturopathic & Integrative Dermatology
Naturopathic & Integrative Dermatology
DeJarra Sims, ND +1

This session will review the differences between Integrative Dermatology and Naturopathic Dermatology. Common naturopathic modalities used in the context of dermatology will be highlighted. Naturopathic approaches for the treatment of eczema will be discussed through case presentations.

All practitioners receive free samples from California Baby! Complete this form to receive your set.

Learning Objectives:

  • List differences between Integrative Dermatology and Naturopathic Dermatology to accurately describe the type of care you are providing to patients
  • Review the principles of Naturopathic Medicine and how it can be applied to treating eczema
  • Recall common modalities in Naturopathic Medicine in the context of treating eczema
  • Review Naturopathic and Integrative approaches to the treatment of eczema


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DeJarra Sims

Dr. DeJarra K. Sims, known by her patients as Dr. DJ,  is a Naturopathic Doctor, published author, and prolific speaker. She received her Bachelor's in Biology from Prairie View A&M University, in Texas, and she completed her doctorate at Sonoran University of Health Sciences in Phoenix (formerly SCNM). She has served as an Assistant Professor and Core Faculty at Bastyr University California teaching Dermatology and Business Practices and as a former Adjunct Clinical Professor at Sonoran University. 

Dr. DJ established her virtual clinic Superhero SkinCare to remind women of their identity and bring out the adventurous, gorgeous superhero that exists within them. To do this, she provides personalized treatment plans to improve the skin, reset the liver, balance hormones, and support digestion.

Dr. DJ is a well-known keynote speaker, who has given talks at medical conferences and even Comic-Con! Her training in improvisational comedy at The Finest City Improv in San Diego and The Second City in Hollywood has helped her create lively and energetic presentations that keep audiences engaged as they learn. 

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Jessica Iclisoy
CEO & Founder of California Baby


Over 30 years ago, Jessica Iclisoy embarked on a journey to create a non-toxic environment for her family. In 1995, launching in her kitchen with ingredients she had sourced, Jessica began to create the beloved formulas for what is today, the industry standard in natural plant-based skincare, California Baby. Since then, Jessica has built California Baby into a globally recognized brand, with more than 200 products available at retailers nationwide and through a global distribution network. California Baby is a recognized Women Owned Business, with its own certified organic and FDA registered manufacturing operation and certified organic farm.


A nationally recognized business leader and entrepreneur, Jessica has been featured in NBC’s Today Show, Forbes, Fortune, the New York Times, Fast Company, Inc., and Entrepreneur, among many others. Recognized by Forbes magazine for her achievements in building California Baby, Jessica was recognized on the magazine’s annual Self-Made Women list from 2017 to 2022.


Jessica is the host of the California Natural Living Podcast which breaks down healthy living challenges to apply problem-solving tactics and tips for living a healthy vibrant lifestyle.


She is a member of the Fast Company Impact Council which is an invitation-only collective of innovative leaders and the most creative people in business. Jessica is the chair of Female Arts Initiative, which is a nonprofit to support women in the arts. She is a Board member of UCLA – Santa Monica Hospital and serves as the Committee Chair for their Integrated Medicine Initiative.


Jessica believes that her mission extends far beyond creating products that are safe for children and healthy for the environment. In 2016, she launched The Natural Advisory Council (NAC) to form a coalition of natural, organic, and “green” product manufacturers, retailers, and non-profit consumer protection organizations to advocate, collaborate and educate (ACE) on the definition and use of the term, “natural” in all consumer products. She also collaborates with leading groups and companies to initiate congressional action to establish federal legislation demanding safe cosmetics and has participated in lobbying activities to help shape the Toxic Substances Control Act and Personal Care Product Safety reform.

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