Enzo releases New Stevia Powder and Acne Patch

Enzo's Private Selection, a brand available on Amazon, has just launched their re-packed Bulk Stevia Sweetener with a new packaging that is said to make things more convenient and easier for its consumers.

NYC, United States - September 16, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Alternatives to sweeteners have always gotten the slack for not being able to deliver the same taste of natural sugar. But not Stevia, which is a natural extract that's sweeter than sugar.

Enzo's Private Selection, a brand available on Amazon, has just launched their re-packed Bulk Stevia Powder with a new packaging that is said to make things more convenient and easier for its consumers.

This re-packed edition features a new re-sealable bag featuring a zip lock on the upper part of the bag, as well as the middle portion. So once half of the Stevia is consumed, the middle part of the bag can be torn apart, then resealed with the middle zipper.

The re-sealable bag is said to offer convenience and ease, removing the need to transfer its contents into another container. It is also claimed to prevent spoiling of the Stevia. This re-packed edition contains the very same Stevia Enzo's Private Selection has always offered, with the very same easy use stevia powder that is already sold in the market with kraft bag.

The Stevia powder is a sweetener that can be used on drinks, desserts, as well as for baking.

The powder uses extract from the Stevia Rebaudiana Bertoni plant grown and sourced from select farms in Shangdong and Xinjiang, China.

Each bag, which weighs 7.05 oz., of this Stevia Organic Extract Powder costs $25 and approximately provides 1,600 servings. One bag can last between 1 to 2 months of daily consumption.

As a new product launched on Amazon by Enzo's Private Selection, the brand is giving 20% OFF for anyone who signs up here at https://yo.urenzo.com/news-special-offer-stevia-powder/. Only a few stocks are produced for the 1st batch of products so that means this special offer is only available until supplies last.

For VIP members, Enzo's Private Selection is offering 50% discount. It also includes a FREE 2-day shipping when you purchase through Amazon Prime.

In addition, Enzo's Private Selection also launched another product, which is the Enzo's Private Selection Acne Patches. This new product is under the brand's Comfort line. These natural-ingredient acne patches are said to heal acne, pimples, and blemishes without the use of alcohol or harsh chemicals.

Each pack contains 4 patches with 24 patches in each, totaling to 92 patches. They're made of Hydrocolloid dressing, which is a translucent dressing that's non-breathable and latches on with a tight grip on the skin.

The contents of the patches include patches with the size 6 x 12mm and 16 x 10mm, for different sizes of acne or blemishes.

The small, round patches are put over the blemish, where they have to stay on overnight. They protect the spot from dust, dirt, and finger picking. The claimed benefits of using the patches include: non-drying and waterproof.

Each pack of the Acne Patches costs $10.99 and can be found under the Amazon Acne Patch category, or Acne Patches Amazon.

For the Re-packed Stevia Extract Powder, it can be found under the Amazon Organic Grocery category.

Contact Info:
Name: Robert Cruso
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Organization: Enzo's Private Selection
Address: Phuket, Thailand 83120
Phone: 415 513 0654
Website: https://yo.urenzo.com

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