Friday, January 8, 2016

Green Living America LLC Announces Launch of Plant-Based Diapers

Jan. 8, 2016 – Green Living America LLC. founder, Andrew Low, announced that the firm has launched a new line of baby diapers that utilize natural, plant-based materials. The innovative diapers are free of petroleum-based products and chemicals, optical brighteners and organotins.

“We’re a high-tech business focusing on natural plant-based baby and kids products,” said Dr. Low.

Allergies in children, a healthier lifestyle and concern for the planet are just some of the reasons parents are seeking natural alternatives to traditionally produced products that contain chemicals, gluten and heavy metals. Green Living America has adopted a manufacturing process that uses natural and organic materials, resulting in harmless, biodegradable-element based products.

The Green Living America baby diapers are created using natural, sustainable, plant-based materials that are hypoallergenic. The company’s diapers contain an innovative three-layer design that keeps babies drier longer. The inner lining is corn based and features a non-woven fabric with a waterproof, bio film outer lining that’s compostable.

The company’s diapers are available in four sizes, from small to extra-large, and are manufactured without lotions, latex, fragrances or chlorine processing. Free of most common allergens, they’re naturally absorbent and contain no heavy metals or harmful chemicals. The core is fluffy pulp from forests that are certified sustainably managed and the diapers are biodegradable.

A baby’s skin is delicate and subject to a multitude of irritations. The company’s diapers are soft, breathable, and aid in keeping moisture from a baby’s bottom. The diapers have stretch side panels for comfort, moisture barrier cuffs to prevent leakage, and the refastenable tabs contain non-toxic adhesives. Carbon dioxide isn’t emitted during the manufacturing process and the diapers contain no toxic MBT, DBT or TBT organotins.

The launch of plant-based baby diapers offered by Green Living America Co. provides a unique solution for anyone responsible for the health and welfare of young children. Safe, biodegradable and created from organic materials, the firm’s diapers offer an alternative to traditional, chemical-laden plastic.

About Green Living America Co.
Green Living America Co. is committed to providing products that are safe for children and the environment using natural, organic, biodegradable and sustainable materials. The firm advocates a robust, vigorous and healthy lifestyle with products that preserve the environment, with a focus on reusing rather than wasting for less environmental pollution and to minimize negative impact on consumer health, while providing optimal value.

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Andrew Low
Green Living America LLC


Desert Bloom Skincare Center provides solutions for chemotherapy patients suffering skin problems.

(Scottsdale, AZ)  Desert Bloom Skincare Center has established a distinctive and notable treatment facility in Scottsdale, AZ.  Like many skincare centers across the country, it offers spa facials and treats acne, breakouts, rashes and dry skin.  "But one specialized area we are increasing focus is skincare for cancer patients," said Natalya Borakowski of Desert Bloom Skincare Center.  "I have seen a lot of people deal with medical changes to their bodies due to chemotherapy.  Unfortunately, chemotherapy also significantly affects skin, which is a problem that often gets missed or ignored."   

Borakowski, who has owned the skin care center since 2008, points out that health effects from disease and illness have always resulted in rapid response and thorough evaluation from medical experts.  "Why not take things a step further and treat issues dealing with skin," she said.  
 Arizona is known as a tourist destination due to its warm, dry climate and affordable cost of living.  A number of out-of-state residents reside in the state during winter months.  The vast majority are elderly retired with a percentage suffering from some type of cancer.    

"These cancer patients should go to a skin care facility like Desert Bloom Skin Care Center for specialized treatment," said Borakowski.  She points out that chemotherapy affects skin cells, so having specific knowledge about skin and how it reacts is critical.   "Skin cells typically grow and renew, but cancer treatment prevents them from regenerating.  Since no new cells are emerging to protect the exterior of your skin, every day spa treatments such as facials or face scrubs could prove detrimental.

ABOUT DESERT BLOOM SKIN CARE CENTER:  DesertBloom Skin Care Center has been serving customers of Phoenix Metro area since 2008.  Anyone who has recently moved to Arizona is probably experiencing changes to their skin, sudden breakouts and acne.  Severe dryness is very common.
Desert Bloom Skin Care Center uses the newest equipment and most advanced professional lines to address needs of absolutely any client.  Microdermabrasion, oxygen facial, customized organic facial and chemical peel are some available options.  The skin care center also offers other spa services such as body massage, full body waxing, including Brazilian waxing.
Media Contact:
Natalya Borakowski

Top Tips for Safe Travel

There are so many alluring places to explore around the world that the issue of personal safety can seem a little humdrum. We don’t want to spoil your party, far from it. We want you to have the most amazing experience. With that in mind we’ve put together a few travel safety tips:

1) Secure your belongings

Whether in transit or exploring the sights at your chosen destination, make sure to use a money belt. Choose one that’s slimline but has enough capacity for your passport, money, cards and phone. We tried out this one from amazon:

2) Plan all journeys

Whether it’s from the airport to your hotel or tacking a trip into town, plan ahead. Look up buses and trains, timetables, and know your route. Most hotel lobbies have area maps you can use so take one and keep it with you when you’re out and about.

3) Get your vaccinations

Depending on where you’re going you may need vaccinations. Some of these need to be done a few months in advance so check with your doctor.

4) Have more than one source of money

Like the old saying says, don’t put all your eggs in one basket. Just in case the worst does happen, take more than one credit card with you so that you have options when it comes to paying when you’re out and about.

5) Stick with licensed taxis

These are usually easy to spot, but if they’re not check at your hotel. Stick with licensed taxis at all times. If you need one from your hotel, ask the clerk at reception to arrange one for you.

6) Know the rules

This may sound obvious but you’ll be surprised at how money people fall foul of local customs. For example, in some countries public displays of affection are not allowed. A good travel guide to your chosen destination should have the information you need.

7) Check the fine print

Before you sign up to any organised tours or activities make sure you know exactly what’s included. This is especially important if you’re trying activities which could be dangerous such as scuba diving – check their credentials

8) Check your travel insurance

As well as making sure your travel insurance is up to date, make sure you know exactly what’s included. If the worst does happen, you don’t want to be left with a hefty bill.

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Thursday, January 7, 2016

Nigerians, Taking A Stance Against Hate Speech on Social Media! #ToleranceClass

7th January 2016
For Immediate Release
Lagos, Nigeria

On the 3rd of January 2016, Nigerian social media took a turn for the better with the ushering in of #ToleranceClass, a social movement that aims to curb tribal, gender and religious hate speech on Nigerian blogs and social media.

The large West African country has been battling against the Islamic insurgents, Boko Haram, for almost a decade, and whilst the war undoubtedly opened the gates to some religious and tribe based hostilities, the actions of bigoted fanatics hiding behind the anonymity of the internet, continue to fuel and propagate the lingering animosity left behind from several coups and civil wars.

The increasingly derogatory and inciteful comments and opinions inspired Alex Orakwusi, Executive Creative Director at Dolorem & Ipsum, a creative solutions agency in Nigeria, to start #ToleranceClass, with the purpose of not only rehabilitating the country’s cyberspace, but curbing continued prevalence by spreading the idea of ‘tolerance’.

“#ToleranceClass works with the guiding principle that what if ‘Tolerance’ was a subject taught in schools to children during their formative years? Would the next generation not grow up to understand each other better and know that religion, tribe and gender are not reasons to fight?” he said.

The campaign was kicked off by a documentary titled ‘Let’s Talk’ that featured a few of the nation’s well known personalities giving their support to the novel cause.

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Twitter/Instagram: @ToleranceClass