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Aleva Naturals Celebrates 10 Years in Canada!


Canadian parents have another reason to celebrate this year. Aleva Naturals, a company focused on creating products that are pure, natural, and vegan is celebrating its 10th year in the Canadian market.  The company, which has an over 20-year history, was born when a pharmacist’s newborn son developed severe nasal congestion and he used his knowledge of Ayurvedic medicine to create a natural remedy that worked.
Today, Aleva Naturals offers Canadians (and 16 countries around the world) a vast product line full of products for families. From bamboo baby diapers, bamboo baby wipes, and other innovative wipes that help clean toys and pacifiers, gums and more for babies to products to help mom with stretch marks and feminine hygiene, the company is loved by families throughout the country.

The product lineup includes:
  • ·       Baby Skincare Essentials (hair and body wash, moisturizers, bubble bath, diaper creams, chest rubs, balms, and bedtime bath care
  • ·      Bamboo Baby Diapers and Bamboo Baby Wipes

·      Innovative Bamboo Baby Wipes (pacifier and toy wipes, baby’s gums and teeth wipes, stuffy nose wipes, & hand and face wipes)
·      Baby Safe Household Cleaners (hand wash, laundry soap, stain removal bars, bottle and dish liquid, multi-surface spray)
·      Maternal Care (nursing balm, stretch mark cream, feminine wipes and washes)
·      Travel and Gift Sets
A newborn baby brings great joy and excitement as parents look forward to those precious milestones; from smiles to steps and everything in between. But with this excitement comes the great responsibility of caring for a newborn through these special moments. Aleva products are pure natural and vegan making them the safest choice for your baby.

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