Infuse Provides Basic Ingredients for Organic Creations




For the organic do-it-yourselfer (DIY), the Infuse store offers more than 90 certified essential oils, 10 varieties of salts, eight types of sugar, nine clays, 11 carrier oils, eight natural exfoliants, a dozen certified organic body butters, dead sea mud, powdered milk and additives that include Retinal, colloidal oatmeal, amber extract, seaweed extract, vitamin E, vegan keratin and more.

Infuse accommodates conscious consumers that want to stop by and grab some ingredients or those looking for the full experience of personally creating and watching any product prepared in just minutes. Also in stock are diffusers, wool dryer balls and even diffuser jewelry and accessories by local artists.

Infuse specializes in exceptional personalized service and hosts private parties and events, including mom’s night out, date night, birthday parties or custom packages for any budget. Cannabidiol-related options are arriving soon.

Location: Marlton Crossing Shopping Center, 107 Rte. 73 S., Marlton. For more information, call 856-452-5511, email Info@InfusedHere.com visit InfusedHere.com. 

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