Organic and Natural Personal Care Products Are Not What They Claim to Be

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Organic and natural personal care products are not what they claim to be. This is particularly disturbing for those products targeting pregnant moms and babies, who are most vulnerable. Ilumina Organics has just launched an exciting new line of truly organic, synthetic-free skin and hair care products dedicated to new and expecting mothers and babies.

Ilumina Organics has just launched an exciting new line of organic, synthetic-free skin and hair care products dedicated to new and expecting mothers and babies via the web at http://www.iluminaorganics.com. In addition to these innovative products, Ilumina Organics also offers an affiliate marketing program for infant and new mother specialists such as doulas, midwives and lactation professionals. Kathleen Hansen, co-founder of Ilumina Organics and natural hair stylist for over 20 years, states, "We found that many of the products on the market today hide dangerous ingredients deep within their formulae and yet often purport to be organic or all-natural, thereby misleading consumers and professionals alike. Our company is dedicated to providing the best and safest alternatives for families and planet. All of our ingredients are published for consumers to see. As well, we strive to be a trusted resource, providing information to help families understand what's safe and what's not. We will not put our name on it unless it passes our strict adherence guidelines."

Ilumina is continuing to develop many new products including a new lanolin-free, vegan approved nursing balm. Ilumina Organics has also begun distribution efforts to local salons and health food stores.

Ilumina Organics supports and empowers women and their families. For more information about Ilumina Organics, please visit our website: http://www.iluminaorganics.com or contact Eric S. Pearlman via email -- eric@iluminabrands.com

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