|By PR Newswire||
|January 6, 2014 11:34 AM EST||
NEW LENOX, Ill., Jan. 6, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Nut allergies are becoming more common seemingly every day. In fact, the occurrence of nut allergies in people in the United States has doubled in just over the past decade. One of the possible reasons for this is exposure to nut oils that are used in many lotions.
Those deciding to go nut-free out of necessity or desire have a lot of options when it comes to food. But there are less out there in terms of skin care products that are both natural and nut-free. Seeing a need, one organic body care company stepped up and created a nut-free line for both children and adults. Green Envee Organics has seen the popularity of its nut-free skin care products explode over the past year.
"People want to live an organic life, and that includes skin care," Bob Weiss, Co-Founder of Green Envee Organics said. "The introduction of our 5 Elements Skin Care Line over a year ago brought a quality organic, nut-free presence to the market for adults. This was a great addition to the nut-free children's line that we already offered."
The 5 Elements Skin Care Line is based off of the five basic Chinese elements of Fire, Water, Metal, Earth and Wood. Each is formulated for specific skin types from aged skin to sensitive skin. The entire line includes ingredients that are organic and plant-based. By having no synthetic ingredients present, use of the skin care line can also reduce the chance of obtaining allergies.
In addition to the 5 Elements Skin Care Line, Green Envee Organics also has nut-free children's products including lotion, oil, bottom balm and body wash/shampoo. These products have been popular with parents that want to use natural, nut-free products on their children.
"Parents often tell us how our children's products are the only thing they use on their kids," Weiss said. "Being a parent myself, I take great pride in offering a safe and natural option for children."
Media Contact: Bob Weiss, Green Envee Organics, 888-800-5772, [email protected]
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