Relora selected to participate in Washington, D.C., Fashion Week

Relora selected to participate in Washington, D.C., Fashion Week

Relora from Next Pharmaceuticals blends specific actives from the bark of Magnolia officinalis and Phellodendron amurense.

Next Pharmaceuticals' Relora has been selected for inclusion in this year’s Washington DC Fashion Week, February 20th-26th.  The all-natural dietary supplement will be included in the event’s gift suites for almost 140 VIP guests- designers and models. DC Fashion Week, held biannually, spotlights the influence of world cultures on American fashion, ecology and fair trade in production methods and showcases internationally renowned designers and fashionistas.
 
Relora is the premier all-natural dietary supplement to support stress, stress-related eating and promote weight management. Relora blends specific actives from the bark of Magnolia officinalis and Phellodendron amurense.
 
Next Pharmaceuticals’ participation in DC Fashion Week comes in the wake of Relora being recognized as a “Top 12 of 2012: A Dozen Up-and-Coming Supplement Superstars” by Better Nutrition Magazine. Relora has been praised in the popular press touting its success at decreasing stress, aiding in weight loss and improving sleep. It has also been strongly embraced by the medical community as well as the health food channel, MLM, internet, catalog and the veterinary channels.
 
Next Pharmaceuticals, the developer of Relora, is excited to be part of DC Fashion Week. The Week's event calendar, includes several catwalk events, receptions, fashion shows and industry networking parties, and culminates with the “International Couture Collection” at the French Embassy in Northwest DC.
 
For more information on Next Pharmaceuticals and Relora, visit www.nextpharmaceuticals.com.

 

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