Sebastopol, CA, December 01, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- With the country on high alert against the HIN1 flu virus, the timing couldn’t be better for a new instant hand cleanser that is not only effective but stylish, pleasurable to use, great for gift-giving and kind to the environment.
Instant hand cleansers are everywhere these days. Little bottles of it can be found in purses, back packs, cars and pockets. Typically drying and smelly, this practical product was in desperate need of a makeover. Enter the California-based company Dolce Mia Designs.
Made with aloe and organic botanicals to moisturize and nourish skin, Dolce Mia’s new hand cleanser product turns a simple task into the kind of little luxury that puts a smile on your face. Dolce Mia’s formulation cleanses instantly, without water, using the same quick-drying alcohol base as other effective cleansers. But Dolce Mia’s hand cleansers also leave hands feeling soft and smooth, and smelling great too. The product is available in four wonderful yet subtle fragrances, and six tasteful vintage-inspired designs.
With themes focusing on images from the natural world, this personal care necessity is as stylish as it is effective. The artwork is by Jenny Mountjoy, Dolce Mia’s creator and designer. Jenny’s designs manage to be both classic and au courrant. Kids, teens and adults will all find something to love in Dolce Mia’s line.
Indeed, this combination of function and style is what has made Dolce Mia a key beauty line in salons, spas and shops of all kinds across the country. Made locally in Northern California, Dolce Mia’s products are kind to the environment and are not tested on animals.
For more information please call 707-823-4032 or contact Alex Mountjoy at email@example.com or visit http://www.dolcemia.com
About Dolce Mia Designs:
Founded in 1995 by the designer Jenny Mountjoy, Dolce Mia Designs manufactures vintage-themed stationery, home-décor and beauty products for the gift and personal care markets. The company is headquartered in Sonoma County, California, north of San Francisco, in an area known for its fine foods and wines and pastoral landscapes. Dolce Mia’s products are packaged with the assistance of Becoming Independent, an organization that makes employment opportunities available to the mentally disabled.