All-Natural, No Animal Content Skin Care Products Gaining Popularity at Cosmetic Stores - Reviva Labís Joins with ULTA
Haddonfield, NJ, July 12, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- All-natural skin care products now available in cosmetic stores are gaining more attention from consumers.
Among the reasons:
There is a growing concern of cruelty to animals who are butchered for their by-products, and the other negatives associated with the actual animal-content products.
The fear of animal-product toxins that can cause circulatory collapse, convulsions, and other dreaded inflections.
According to Reviva Labs, a 40-year-old innovator and manufacturer of 100% natural products content, and never, ever any animal parts, the benefits of all-natural skin care products are many.
Avoiding irritation that in turn brings redness and a variety of skin breakouts.
Some animal product cosmetics have artificial fragrances added, to cover up other chemicals, which could cause headaches.
Keeps the blood stream healthier. Skin care all-natural products have eliminated the days of chemical animal products being circulated, via skin application to absorption in the blood stream.
ULTA Stores & Reviva Labs
A major chain of almost 500 beauty and cosmetic super stores, ULTA, has been adding more and more all-natural skin care products to its line.
Recently they increased their inventory of Reviva Lab’s all-natural Makeup Primer, which can usually be found only in Health Food stores.
The Reviva Makeup Primer first gained national attention through voluntary use by dozens of bloggers.
It has since been referenced to as the best all-natural primer available for it’s under makeup and moisturizer benefits.
For more information contact Reviva Labs, 705 Hopkins Rd., Haddonfield N.J. 08033; Tel.: 800-257-7774; Fax: 856-429-0767, or visit www.RevivaLabs.com.
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