New York, NY, July 31, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Daniel Levine, the top trends expert and keynote speaker, is seeing a rise in the number of everyday items that are getting the organic treatment.
“Consumers don’t want to eat manmade chemicals,” says Daniel Levine. “Now, as organic food becomes more common, consumers are realizing they want to live chemical-free in other facets of their lives as well.”
The trend of the organic has spread to everyday household items. Cleaning agents are becoming more natural. Clothing is being reconstructed to have fewer toxins and other potentially dangerous substances in its fabric. Mattresses are getting an organic twist. And makeup and other cosmetics are being reexamined to assure that they do not have potentially dangerous ingredients.
“This trend is a reflection of the growing concern for health,” says Daniel Levine. “Consumers are starting to question what artificial materials can do to the human body. And because we come into contact with clothing, makeup, beds, and other items, it makes sense that we are beginning to wonder what kind of impact this is having on our bodies.”
About Daniel Levine
Daniel is a trends expert and public speaker. He leads a consortium of more than 9,000 trends-spotters worldwide, and he uses their observations and experiences to build a concise picture of trends across a variety of categories. Learn more at DanielLevine.com.
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