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The beauty wellness from Pili.



THE Wonder fruit of Bicol Region in the Philippines is not just a tropical fruit or nuts, it is now the latest source of beauty regimen that both men and women can enjoy. It’s the current trend in the line of beauty products that Elemie Naturals Inc dare to manufacture and share it to the world.

Elemie which derived from Elemie Oils of Pili Tree is a known component for facial mask of an international beauty brand for firming and achieving youthful looks, this serve as an inspiration to Ms. Jane Ong, CEO of Elemie Naturals , Inc to enhance more the said oils, and they also develop another Oil from the pulp of Pili fruits, which both the Pili oil and Elemie is a good provider for anti-oxidants, anti-bacterial and other healing purposes. 
The Pili fruits.
“Actually it’s my mom, Rosalina Tan who discover the potential of Pili, she is the organic mama and she start all of this for 10 years now”, Ong said.

Their product line start with hand and body lotion, body oil, lip stick, lip balm, bath soap, deodorant, and vapor balm.  According to Ong they are in the process of coming up a facial mask and a shampoo soon.  But she admits that as of now the lipstick for women and the Vapor Balm are their bestsellers.  

Elemie products as mention are unisex, the scent is truly will love by both genders, and its 100 percent organic which the world of today needs, as soon as you use it the effect of softening the skin is a guaranteed effect.

Ong also assures us that it is studied well and sure good for human use, they have experts and accreditation from authorities who certify it, plus the factor of helping communities in Bicol who plant Pili trees at their backyard, as alternative source of income. 

They don’t have plantation of Pili as of now, but they are ready for it even though the fact that Pili fruits even oil can be harvested once a year. They already coordinated this with farmers in Bicol area. It’s not even a threat for local tourism who sells Pili nuts as a delicacy, since they only extract the oils from the pulp and from the tree.
Ms.Jane Ong, CEO of Elemie Naturals, Inc.
Elemie products is definitely a good alternative for those who are looking for fresh and natural way of making yourself beautiful, it’s a good riddance away from those chemicals that we don’t even know where it come from.  The price is also a competitive one compare to leading brands of organic beauty products in the market.

Elemie Naturals, Inc is an exhibitor during the three day event of Philippine Beauty International Expo last July 8 to 11 at SMX Convention Hall in Pasay City.

For more details and inquiry, you can visit their office at Unit 209 Gold Condo, 15 Annapolis St, Greenhills in San Juan City. Contact them at (02)725-7461 SMS (0917)5848032 for Globe, (0947)8919953 for Smart, you can email them at  mjaneong@pldtdsl.net or check their website www.elemienaturals.com .

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