It’s a very big deal for any consumer product manufacturer to sell through Walmart.
Lake Forest, California (PRWEB) July 06, 2017
Pura Naturals (OTC Markets: PNAT), the manufacturer of revolutionary BeBetterFoam® products is increasing the availability of their 3-in-1 Pura Cleanse Body Bar with expansion into select Walmart stores within the United States.
Pura Naturals, prides itself on its proprietary foam technology that absorbs oil while offering natural cleansing with botanical soaps infused throughout the foam. Through the manufacture of several popular skin cleansing products utilizing the foam technology, Pura Naturals has hit on a market of products that provides consumers with three great properties in one amazing product: cleansing, exfoliating, and lifting impurities.
"It’s a very big deal for any consumer product manufacturer to sell through Walmart. We are focused on making our products more easily available to consumers while leveraging the attributes of our innovative foam,” says President of Pura Naturals, Derek Duhame.
Consumers who love the Pura Naturals products will now have greater access and more opportunity to purchase their favorite products when they shop at Walmart.
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About Pura Naturals
Pura Naturals has a household cleaning product that absorbs grease and grime while delivering unique soap infusion without harmful chemicals or the bacteria buildup common with typical sponge products. Pura Naturals’ foam technology was developed in response to the gulf oil spill. The revolutionary foam absorbs grease while repelling water and inhibiting bacteria growth and odors. The earth conscious company prides itself on its plant-based products made from renewable resources with no petroleum by-products. Further information can be found at http://www.puranaturalsproducts.com
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