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Changes in our fundraising program

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Try a fundraiser that offers something useful – our natural, handmade soaps!

It’s that time of year already.  Kids of all ages are making the rounds with multiple fundraising catalogs and we wonder how – and if – we’ll find anything we can use for ourselves or as gifts.  With Noir Naturals’ fundraising program, you know you have a product everyone can use.  We launched our fundraising program to offer something different and think the new changes will make it even easier for your organization to stand out and earn more.

Noir Naturals program is available for individual student and student groups of all ages, pre-K through college, to generate income for trips and various causes.  Adult mission and ministry groups are welcome as well.

We now offer three options for our fundraisers.  Customers can purchase bars online from a personalized fundraising website like Haley’s, offline via catalog, or at our retail location in Ponchatoula.

We’ve also increased your organization’s profit on each bar.  Instead of $1.50, your group can earn $2.50 per bar.  There is a small minimum target – just 50 bars.  If each child sells one to two bars, the minimum will be met in no time.   And at prices at just $5 or $6 each, customers may buy more than one bar just because.

There is still no upfront cost unless your organization wants to pre-purchase bars to sell at an event. Imagine setting up a table at the Fall or Holiday Festival and selling out.  You could launch your fundraiser then and have customers swing by Noir Naturals to purchase more.

All of our goat’s milk and coconut milk vegan soap bars are available including our Baby Noir Soaps, Asta Doggie Soaps, and new Powder Puff Goat’s Milk Soap.

Let us help your child’s school, daycare center, club, or group raise money for trips, projects, and more.

To learn more about our fundraising program or Noir Naturals in general, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, G+, or Pinterest.  Not into social media?   Visit us at NoirNaturals.com to learn more about us and see our fundraising catalog.


Noir Naturals Retail Shop and Who Dat Sports Cards are now open!

The ribbon cutting was at 10 am.  Did you miss it?

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We are so excited to show you our store.   Come by and see us!  We’re across the street from AmeriGas at 1545 Hwy 51, Suite #2 in Ponchatoula.  We’re here from 10:30 until 6:30 Monday through Friday and 9 until 3 on Saturday.

To learn more about Noir Naturals, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, G+, or Pinterest.  Not into social media?  Visit us at NoirNaturals.com to learn more about us, our products, travel schedule, and what else we’re up to.


Four days to go

We are so excited – and a bit tired.  We’re burning the midnight oil this week to get the shop ready for Monday’s grand opening.  We’ll stock your favorite goat’s milk and coconut milk vegan soaps, body butters, lotions, Dead Sea Salt bath treatments, mud masks, body scrubs, massage candles, Argan Oil, Ghana Organic Shea Butter, travel sets, and soy wax cubes and wax warmers.  We’ve added a few more fragrances and products to our inventory and cannot wait to show you.

Everyl-Ann is putting the finishing touches on our Soy wax cube warmer display.

Everyl-Ann is putting the finishing touches on our soy wax cube warmer display.

We’ll also have a few gift baskets on hand. Our gift baskets are customizable and can be ready within 24 hours of order – and possibly sooner. Tell us what your recipient likes and we’ll go from there.

Love the Saints gold ribbon!

Love the Saints gold ribbon!

Join us for our grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony on Monday, August 19. a 10 am.  Our regular hours are 10:30 am until 6:30 pm Monday – Friday and 9 am – 3 pm on Saturday.  We’re located at 1545 Hwy 51, Suite #2 in Ponchatoula (across from AmeriGas) and share space with Who Dat Sports Cards.

To learn more about Noir Naturals and our store, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, G+, or Pinterest.  Not
into social media? Visit us at NoirNaturals.com to learn more about us, our products, travel schedule,
and Who Dat Sports Cards.


Happy Independence Day!

Here’s to you, America.  And here’s a gift for all of you.

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To learn more about Noir Naturals and what we’re up to, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, G+, or Pinterest.  Not into social media?

Visit us at NoirNaturals.com to learn more about us, our products, and our travel schedule.


Noir Naturals’ 2013 Mother’s Day Giveaway

Mother’s Day is a week from today.   Have you picked a gift yet?  What are your plans?  What makes your mom, grandmother, aunt, or other mother figure special?   Share with us and you can win!

We want to give your mother figure something for Mother’s Day, too.  Nominate yourself, mom, grandmother, sister, aunt, friend, teacher, or another mother figure.  Tell us why this mom should win our 2013 Mother’s Day Giveaway and which prize she’d like -  she just might win.

This year’s prizes are:

Bottle of 100% Pure Organic Argan Oil (1.5 oz) – $25 Value

Our Ghana Shea Butter is free of any additives.

Our Ghana Shea Butter is free of any additives.

or

$20 Noir Naturals Gift Certificate

or

Jar of Organic Ghana Beige Shea Butter (4 oz) – $10 Value

We’ll randomly select three winners and make the announcement on Mother’s Day, May 12, 2013.

No purchase is necessary to enter.  Entrants must be at least 18 years of age, and legal residents of the continental USA.  You can enter once daily through May 11,2013.

So, will you enter?  Hope so.

To learn more about Noir Naturals, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, G+, or Pinterest.  Not into social media?  Visit us at NoirNaturals.com to learn more about us, our products, and our travel schedule.


Is Natural Allergy Relief Possible?

Spring has sprung down in the south and that means allergies are kicking.  While traditional medications work most of the time, we can’t spend the day in a hazy fog.  Not that we prefer sneezing, crying, or not breathing through our noses.  What’s a team to do?  Go natural.  Some natural alternatives work quickly and others need time.  All work fairly well for us.

Local honey is a tried and true alternative.  Why local?  Because the pollen the bees use come from the flowers native to our azaleas 2013location.  A little honey every day helps one build resistance to the pollen and the allergies that come with it. Our allergies are less severe as a result, and we get to have a little honey every day.  That’s a win to us.  Other foods that are said to clear the sinuses are horseradish, hot peppers, and hot mustard.

When congestion rears its ugly head, we turn to saline solutions.  A good saline rinse will temporarily open nasal passages and make it possible for us to breathe freely.  It’s a shame that the relief is only temporary because saline rinses work.  There are many ready made saline solutions available – they come in bottles similar to the old school nasal sprays.  Basically you tilt your head, spray, and let the saline work its magic.  While we haven’t tried a neti pot yet, we’re looking at them in a new light. A neti pot a vessel for a saline rinse and people swear by them.

Herbal and homeopathic options are out there, too.  Butterburr and  Stinging Nettle have reported benefits as alternative antihistamines.  One study reports buttterburr as effective as the active ingredient in Zyrtec.   Homeopathic remedies work like local honey does.  The type of remedy one uses is determined by the type of symptoms and allergies he/she has.  For instance, a person suffering with watery eyes may take a different solution than one who has sinus pain and pressure.

When we posted a question about allergy relief on our Facebook wall, a fan told us about another option we hadn’t heard of previously.  A liver cleanse.  The liver is the body’s processor; it metabolizes food and processes fluids.  Keeping it at optimal condition should do the trick, but we haven’t tried it.

Something that works wonders is simple – cleaning.  Wash bed linens after and consider covers for your pillows and mattresses that block allergens.  Sweep, vacuum, dust, and mop at least weekly; more often as you can and wear a dust mask if you need to. If you can get rid of your carpet, consider it.  One of our team members reports better breathing since she pulled the carpet out of her home.

How are you fighting your allergies this season?  Tell us about it on Twitter, Facebook, or G+.  We have a few home remedies pinned on Pinterest.  Do you?

For more information about Noir Naturals, including our new Soap Club, visit us on NoirNaturals.com. 


Semi-Wordless Wednesday: New 100% Pure Argan Oil

We have more than just new soy wax cube fragrances debuting this week.  We are proud to announce our new hair care line.  Our hair care products are rolling out one by one.  First up, 100% Pure Argan Oil.  Argan oil is for hair and skin.

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To learn more about Noir Naturals and the additional products in our new hair care line, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, G+, or Pinterest.  Not into social media?  Visit us at NoirNaturals.com to learn more about us, our products, and our travel schedule.  Remember, we’ll be at Oak Alley Plantation this weekend.  Can’t wait to see you!


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