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Anti-bad-mood sprays™ Are a Return Hit for Holiday Gifts and Office Secret Santa

 Dwight Schrute prepares for the holidays. 

It’s that time again. Ugh. Your mother will, once again, yell across the Thanksgiving dinner table, "When are you two going to stop using birth control, already?!"

If you don't come up with exactly the right gift for Raul in accounting he'll see that you never get your expense checks back in time to pay the credit card bills.

A big hit last season, anti-bad-mood sprays™ are the perfect fit for this year's holiday gifts.

Aromatherapy mood sprays are an inexpensive, creative gift for office, family, friends

The Antidote for Ego™, Apathy™, Passive™ and Aggressive™ are custom blended sprays that battle common bad moods. Priced under $20 each, with eco-luxe packaging, they are perfect for everyone – the hostess, the office gift exchange, your family, your mailman.

“There really isn’t anyone who doesn’t need at least one anti-bad-mood spray™,” says Heidi Rettig, CEO of HR Products. “Everyone can use a bottle in a shared restroom to tamp down, um … smells. Stock up before the dysfunctional family members arrive for Thanksgiving dinner. There’s no shame in buying in bulk.”

The products are certified vegan and their essential oils are organically sourced, whenever possible. Apathy™ is the most popular product on the website. The scent of fresh peeled grapefruit, with a hint of green, naturally freshens the air and enhances memory and concentration.

“I ship more bottles of anti-Passive™ to New York City than anywhere else in our great nation,” Rettig says. “Something I wouldn’t have predicted based on my experience of the way New Yorkers behave in the taxi line outside Grand Central Station.”


Taxi Line at Grand Central Station, New York City.

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Anti-Bad-Mood Sprays™ Certified Vegan

 

 

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HR Products is pleased to announce that its anti-bad-mood sprays™ have been certified by the Vegan Awareness Foundation. Each mood-lifting spray – The Antidote for Ego™, Apathy™, Passive™, and Aggressive™ – will now feature the “Certified Vegan” logo.

The logo is administered by The Vegan Awareness Foundation (official name of Vegan Action), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to educating the public about veganism and to assist vegan-friendly businesses.

The logo is a registered trademark, similar in nature to the kosher mark, for products that do not contain animal products or byproducts and that have not been tested on animals. The Certified Vegan logo is easily visible to consumers interested in vegan products and helps companies purchasing wholesale products to recognize a growing market for cruelty-free products.

The Antidote for Ego™ and the anti-bad-mood sprays will be featured at the upcoming BUST Magazine Vegan Craftacular in New York City. The Craftacular is part of The Seed, a vegan expo featuring chefs Kath Freston, Fran Costigan and Colleen Patrick-Goudreau. Show dates are June 16-17, 2012. More information about the events can be found on The Seed’s website.

“It costs more to do things this way,” says HR Products’ CEO Heidi Rettig. “Especially if you’re a small company. But at the end of the day, I go to bed knowing I’ve put something out in the world that makes people happier – not just because of the essential oils inside each spray. I make products that won’t compromise the health of customers, their families, pets, or the environment. I make products that people fall in love with and can’t live without.”

HR Products’ full statement on animal testing is available on the aromatherapy company’s website. A recent interview with Heidi Rettig on All Things Vegan radio can be downloaded here.

 

 

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