Sweet Cheeks All Natural Bath & Body is Expanding to Meet Consumer Demand

Sweet Cheeks All Natural Bath & Body is Expanding to Meet Consumer Demand

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Sweet Cheeks All Natural Bath & Body has launched a new campaign to raise funds for expansion of their boutique. This health and beauty products pioneer has grown at a thunderous pace in the past year; in 2013, demand for their unique, all natural products grew 1,000%! To keep up with the skyrocketing demand, Sweet Cheeks All Natural Bath & Body has begun a campaign on Indiegogo.

Sweet Cheeks All Natural Bath & Body has been a force for innovation since it began commercial operation in 2010. What was initially a boutique operation soon blossomed into a large scale enterprise which offers a diverse selection of all natural bath products. The appeal of their products lies in their use of natural oils, scents and materials which are gentler on the skin of women, men and children. The lotions, shower gels and body butters produced by Sweet Cheeks All Natural Bath & Body have earned rave reviews from clients as well as industry insiders.

The funds raised by the Sweet Cheeks Indiegogo campaign will be devoted to expanding current production operations and improving the production process. Financial contributors can receive a variety of perks for their contributions including the Mother’s or Father’s Packages, as well as the ultimate gift set of the Big Kahuna package. Contributions can be made at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/sweet-cheeks-all-natural.

Supporters of Sweet Cheeks All Natural Bath & Body can also help spread the word about this exciting opportunity through Facebook, Twitter or other online social networks. Sweet Cheeks All Natural Bath & Body is always eager to share their unique and appealing products with new customers, so please encourage others to visit their homepage and enjoy these wondrous, all natural items for themselves.

About Us:

Sweet Cheeks All Natural Bath & Body began with Vanessa McCauley searching for skin products that didn’t have irritating ingredients like fragrance oils, mineral oil or petrol chemicals. After sharing her groundbreaking new products with friends, Vanessa realized that her unique products were immensely popular and founded her company. Sweet Cheeks All Natural Bath & Body has quickly grown into a nationally recognized brand with glowing accolades from publications and discerning clientele.

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Website: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/sweet-cheeks-all-natural

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