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Naru Organics to Launch Non-Toxic Self-Tanner This Spring 2022

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Orange County, California--(Newsfile Corp. - January 25, 2022) - Naru Organics[1] today announced the launch of its nontoxic self-tanner slated to hit the shelves this spring 2022. The company's newest offering continues its mission of educating customers about hidden dangers in beauty products to help them lead healthier lives.

Naru Organics to Launch Non-Toxic Self-Tanner This Spring 2022

Naru Organics Non-Toxic Self-Tanner

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Founder and CEO Kaitlin Polk shared, "We've spent years developing this product, making it our mission not only to bring this option to consumers but to offer the best self-tanner on the market made with organic and naturally derived ingredients."

Free of synthetic dyes and fragrances, this product contains powerhouse ingredients such as:

  • Camellia Japonica (Tsubaki) Oil
  • Aloe Barbadensis (Aloe Vera) Juice
  • Limnanthes alba (Meadowfoam) Seed Oil
  • Prunus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil
  • Calendula Officinalis (Calendula) Extract

This self-tanner includes natural dihydroxyacetone (DHA), the active ingredient in tanners that darkens the skin. Instead of a chemical compound, Naru's DHA source is a nontoxic sugar derived from beets. The tanning process begins when this agent combines with Erythrulose, another nontoxic sugar and darkening agent extracted from red berries. This formidable combination of gentle yet effective plant-based ingredients is aimed to set Naru's new offering apart from the competition as it delivers a safer alternative than conventional self-tanners.

"This organic product can deliver a golden, streak-free tan without the dreaded orange hues. The company expects this organic product to be well-received by those with sensitive skin or those making shifting to clean beauty options," added Kaitlin.

About Naru Organics:

Launched in 2014 by Kaitlin Polk, Naru Organics [3]is a natural, organic beauty brand focused on "products that are helpful rather than harmful to your skin." Naru's goal is to offer non-toxic products free of the chemicals frequently used by other lines. Naru Organics is not only powered by natural ingredients, but the line is also cruelty-free.

Contact information:

For more information about the company or to pre-order this organic, nontoxic self-tanner, please visit[4].

Kaitlin Polk[5]

To view the source version of this press release, please visit[6]


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