Cracked and damaged feet are not only unhealthy, but can be embarrassing in a crowded yoga class or when you’re just in bare feet or sandals during the day.
Lancaster, PA (PRWEB) March 13, 2012
“This addition to our NAMA line addresses one of the most common skin care problems faced by those who practice yoga: dry, cracked skin on heels and feet due to yoga being practiced in bare feet,” comments Nicci Townsend, founder of NAMA. “If left untreated, the skin can become very irritated, sore and sometimes painful,” continues Townsend.
NAMA Yoga Foot Balm came about as the result of input from NAMA’s expert panel of yoga instructors and practitioners. “Frankly, we’ve had requests to develop this product ever since we started the company,” continues Townsend. “Cracked and damaged feet are very common among yoga practitioners. It’s not only unhealthy, but it can also be embarrassing in a crowded yoga class or when you’re just in bare feet or sandals during the day.”
The new item, sold in 2.5oz tubes, is all-natural and made with beeswax, shea butter and essential oils. The product’s unique natural formulation penetrates to repair damaged, cracked skin without the use of artificial or drug ingredients common in many brands. When used regularly, the product provides protection from further damage.
NAMA was launched in late 2010 to provide personal care and beauty products that enhance the practice of yoga and support a yoga-inspired lifestyle. The company is based in Lancaster, PA and its products are available in top yoga centers including Jivamukti Yoga School, Pure Yoga, Kula Yoga Project, Exhale Spa, Core Power, Yogaworks, The Himalayan Institute and many others. Visit http://www.namaproducts.com.