Naturalist and Taoism Supporter Promotes Positive Energy Living with All-Natural Products

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Founder of NatureFever.com, Amy Lam, created an online business to distribute a variety of all-natural handmade soaps, do-it-yourself beauty recipes and floral essences and crystal pendants that boost positive energy within. As a naturalist, she hopes to promote her harmonious lifestyle to people worldwide. Shoppers are invited to visit her blog to learn more about natural living and the ways of Taoism.

Amy Lam has always been an advocate for all-natural products. Fittingly, she has developed an online business to promote a variety of products designed to enrich the body and mind with the essences of nature. Thus, she launched http://www.NatureFever.com in April of 2009.

Here, shoppers can browse through a collection of handmade soaps in four varieties. Aloe Handmade Soap is made with aloe, avocado oil, plant extracts and essentials oils; ideal for a remarkably clean sensation. Goat Milk Handmade Soap is formulated with fresh goats' milk, Shea butter and olive oil to reveal ultra soft skin.

Olive Oil Handmade Soap is derived from an amazing olive oil blend, Shea butter, essential oils and fragrances; its all-natural artistic colors make it a vibrant delight. Organic Handmade Soap is all natural with 85 percent organic ingredients of palm oil, extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil and sunflower oil; an extra pure body cleanser indeed.

Lam is offering special holiday discounts throughout the end of the year; customers who spend $25 or more will receive a free bar of soap, of their choice, with their order. And, shoppers who spend $55 or more (between now and the end of the year) will receive free shipping.

Additionally, she promotes year-round specials with her Refer A Friend Program. Any current customer who has made a purchase within 60 days and refers a friend (to the Web site) who makes a purchase of $25 or more, will receive a free bar of the soap of the month - inspired by Christmas, this month is fir needle.

Shoppers will find seven varieties of Flower Essences, which are intended to bless them with good fortune while invigorating their bodies with positive energy. These bath supplements have been blessed by a renowned Chinese Taoism master in Hong Kong and represent an ancient practice of Taoism. As a person is immersed in bath water mixed with all seven essences, the pores in their skin expel any bad energy and breathe in only positive energy of nature through essences.

The Web site also distributes Reiki Crystal Pendants, which promote healing, open chakra points and draw positive energy into the body. They too have been blessed by the Taoism master and are intended to be worn, or they can serve as decoration. The divine power they carry leaves you feeling refreshed, protected and re-connected to the higher power.

Last but certainly not least, Lam has provided shoppers with a handful of beauty recipes; a free token available to all who stop in to shop. These all-natural and original facial masks have been developed by a beautician (a friend of Lam's), who has published several skincare books, to leave skin feeling soft and rejuvenated. Check back often, more recipes are on their way.

Lam emphasized that her soaps use high-quality ingredients that are considered natural by the FDA, are not tested on animals and are made in the United States. Currently, her handmade soaps are shipped to only the USA and Canada. However, the floral essences and Reiki crystal pendants have an unlimited international shipping availability.

To learn more about the ways of Reiki and natural living, shoppers are encouraged to visit the Web site's newly added blog, http://www.CurrentlyNatural.com. This interactive tool will also be used to discuss Lam's personal experiences with her products, the ancient methods of Taoism and its honest and respectable nature, natural healing, energy and chakra cleansing.

About the Company:
NatureFever.com is owned and operated by all-natural advocate Amy Lam.

Amy Lam
http://www.NatureFever.com
(617) 610-3828

iePlexus, Inc.
http://www.iePlexus.com

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