Traditional Mexican cosmetics and health products available in the U.S.
El Paso, Texas,
Arsa Imports, distributor of traditional home remedies, cosmetics and nutritional supplements that play a vital role in Mexican culture, announces that conventional Mexican products are now rapidly gaining a wider acceptance by consumers of different ethnic backgrounds in the United States.
“Traditional products used in Mexico for decades, some of them for centuries, are now being increasingly appreciated by educated, health-conscious consumers. We are providers of cutting-edge, eco-friendly products, and we are gaining new customers every day.”- Says Jose R. Nakid, a natural-health advocate and Sales Director of Arsa Imports. “Our top sellers are: Orange Blossom Cologne for women, Siete Machos for men, soaps, lotions, teas and a line of over the counter products, for under $10.00 each.”
Mexicans know that movie star Dolores Del Rio, used to dot a few drops of sensuous Orange Blossom Cologne, (“Flor de Naranja” in Spanish), over her lips after brushing her hair.
“Orange blossom is a gentle fragrance that reaches the heart trough the senses, the quintessential feminine perfume. Traditionally, the flowers are used in Europe for bridal bouquets.” -Adds Mr. Nakid.
Another celebrity, Mexican diva Maria Felix, enjoyed the olfactory pleasure of the luscious “Flor the naranja”, when her name was still Maria De Los Angeles Felix Guerena.
“Siete Machos”, literally translated to “seven males”, is a fragrance for men treasured since the time of Mexican revolutionary hero, Pancho Villa. Sexy, musky, strong, like Pancho Villa himself, who used it with abandon to be irresistible in the eyes of the “señoritas”. In México, “Siete Machos” it’s still widely respected as a love scent, all over Central and South America is considered a powerful tool in magic and esoteric “scentology” for the home and spiritual baths, to attract love or to “dress” love charms.
“Today-adds Mr. Nakid- we get requests for “Siete Machos” from men of all walks of life all over the United States and Europe as well. Many use it to cleanse a room, instead of incense: A little magic for just $4.82 the 3.72 fluid ounces per bottle, $8.33 for the 7.44 fluid ounces per bottle.” “Siete Machos” become commercially available in Mexico80 years ago.
By the same distributor’s treasure chest:
– ” Theatrical cream” for the war on wrinkles, an amazing beauty cream with lanolin. Rose- scented or unscented, for only $ 4
– Almond oil, Excellent to lubricate the skin after shower, for only $1,40 for the 2 oz bottle
– A choice of delicate exfoliating soaps, including Leche de Burra, Donkey Milk, for only $1, 02 (It is believed that Cleopatra used to bathe in Donkey milk before seducing Antonio and Julius Cesar; that Poppea, second wife of Roman Emperor Nero, considered Donkey milk the highest sensual pleasure; that Paolina Borghese, Napoleon’s sister, was aware of it’s anti-aging properties, just to name a few powerful women in history.)
– Kania Linaza, with flaxseed, Mexican nopal, nutritional supplements known and used since ancient times, and added with Omega 3, 6 and 9: 17.69 oz for $9.86
– Fibra Kania, with four different fibers, an exclusive secret formula, a must for colon cleanse therapy: 11.5 ounces for $19.99 or 23 ounces for $29.99
Jose Roberto Nakid
Tel (915) 842-9676
Email: [email protected]