'I Love My Hand' Becoming More Accepted

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When Brad Newman is stressed out he uses his hand, so are a growing number of people who have been introduced to his new product, “aromahand.”

When Brad Newman is stressed out he uses his hand, so are a growing number of people who have been introduced to his new product, “aromahand.” This aromatherapy product in a hand-like pillow has become a smash hit and is moving exclusively online to broaden its market to an international audience. The company has also released its edgy new commercial titled “I Love My Hand” which is expected to raise eyebrows as well as interest in the product.

The “aromahand” commercial will run on its website and features a montage of people talking about how they use their hand to reduce stress throughout their day. It is then revealed that they are talking about “aromahand”. "We think its a little edgy, funny and buzz worthy and we hope it will get people talking about ‘aromahand’", said Newman.

This intensely scented aromatherapy pillow is filled with lavender, sage, organic blends, and flax seed. Aromatherapy can have a beneficial impact on mood, creativity, and learning speed, along with aiding in the reduction of stress, insomnia and pain.

"During my hockey career, I always used massage and aromatherapy to keep me relaxed and on top of my game. The ‘aromahand’ was born from the powers of touch and scent,” said Newman. "I feel most of us want a sense of calmness, focus and serenity.” It has previously been sold at Whole Foods, the Ritz Carlton as well as other fine shops and boutiques.

The “aromahand” can now be purchased at the website http://www.aromahand.com for only $25 and can be shipped internationally. “Aromahand” has also been featured in numerous publications such as Massage and Bodywork Magazine, Chicago Scene Magazine, and LA Splash.

For more information on the “aromahand” and Brad Newman, please visit http://www.aromahand.com.

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