Cocoa, FL, March 02, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Beach Organics Skin Care is attending the POWER symposium as a product exhibitor in Las Vegas, Nevada, from March 4 through March 6, 2013.
The POWER Symposium provides a venue for medical industry leaders, healthcare-related retailers, and medical professionals and practitioners to discuss new treatment and rehabilitative techniques, learn about or market new products and services, expand their knowledge of holistic methods for healthier lifestyles, and network with industry participants.
At the symposium, Beach Organics Skin Care will be promoting such products as organic deodorant, SLS-free shampoo and conditioners, herbal body washes and lotions, and handmade certified organic soaps. The company has designed and manufactures these products with the intent of reducing women’s exposure to toxic and estrogenic chemicals in consumer products that have been linked to breast cancer and other serious health issues. At the symposium, the company will also be introducing paraben free anti-aging skin care products manufactured by Smooth Skin Systems.
Susan Moore, president and founder of Beach Organics Skin Care, said, "The POWER Symposium is a wonderful opportunity to introduce Beach Organics products to the holistic medical community. We make our bath and body products from pure, organic ingredients, and without any estrogenic or potentially harmful ingredients that may present a threat to women’s health. In particular, we are excited to showcase our new organic deodorant, made without any aluminum compounds or parabens
Beach Organics Skin Care products are formulated without sulfates, BPA, phthalates, parabens, talc, artificial fragrance, or other harmful or potentially toxic ingredients. The woman-owned company manufactures a full range of organic and all-natural bath and body products, including organic soap, deodorant, shampoo, conditioner, body powder, lotions and creams. The California Certified Organic Farmers organization has certified that Beach Organics Skin Care has fully satisfied the national organic standards established by the United States Department of Agriculture.