Aroma Naturals introduces Detox-It
December 13, 2011-- Casual Living,
Aroma Naturals has introduced Detox-It, a blend of beeswax, essential oils and all-natural plant aromas that gets rid of unwanted odors by literally cleaning the air using negative ions.
Aroma Naturals' new Clear-the-Air line of products comes in a clean and fresh scent that considers people who are sensitive to odors or have allergies.
"We believe in total transparency - no artificial ingredients and no sneaky marketing jargon to make our candles seem more natural than they really are," said Jeffrey Light, president of Aroma Naturals. "Candles make people happy, and when they are made with Authentic Aromatherapy All Natural Essential oils they actually can help you feel better. Each candle is handcrafted in small runs and we are so proud of the purity creativity and quality of our product that I invite anyone interested in learning more to come make a candle with me at our factory in Orange County, California."
Beeswax candles fuel produces negative ions, which not only helps remove and rebalance pollution from the air but increases the ratio of negative ions to positive ions, the ideal and a necessary scenario for cleaner air. In layman's terms, charged gunk (dust, pollen, odors, toxins, etc.) falls from the air onto the floor via static electricity.
People often experience the power of negative ions when they walk on the beach, beneath a waterfall or drive the car away after being washed. While part of the euphoria is simply being around these wondrous settings and away from the normal pressures of home and work, the air circulating in the mountains, the beach or even at the carwash is said to contain tens of thousands of negative ions. This is much more than the average home or office building, which may contain little to none.
Aroma Naturals will exhibit at Expo West, March 9-11, 2012 at Booth 3417. To learn more about the company's product offerings, visit aromanaturals.com.
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