PR Log - May 15, 2012 - NoNickel.com’s introduction of nickel free D-ring belts has far surpassed expectations. Handmade in the USA, the belts feature nickel free stainless steel D-rings that cinch for a flawless fit. Offered in four sizes as well as four popular colors, these Certified Nickel Free™ belts are perfect for casual summer wear. This certification sets NoNickel apart as they guarantee their products to never test positive for nickel. The belts’ introduction was timely as anyone with nickel allergy can attest to uncomfortable symptoms worsening as temperatures rise. Sweating causes nickel salts from metals to easily transfer to the skin resulting in symptoms including moderate to severely itching rashes, welts, hives, cracks or fissures in the skin.
Choosing from sturdy nylon nickel free belts with names like Caribbean Blue, Cherry Red, and Ebony Black summons images of a bright blue sky and sea, succulent sweet cherries, and soft summer nights. The natural canvas belt sounds cool and classic and is just as described, a natural colored strap made of durable canvas material. All the nickel free belts are a dream come true for nickel allergy sufferers, plus their versatility makes them a great choice for everyone.
In addition to the new casual D-ring belts, NoNickel is expanding their line of nickel free belts that are handmade in the USA. Competing with the D-rings’ popularity is their Nickel Smart™ Titanium Work Belt, the strongest belt offered by No Nickel . This belt offers a professional look, incredible durability, and nickel free certification. The nickel free titanium buckle, made from aerospace grade titanium, is lightweight and practically indestructible. This belt, in addition to a wide assortment of nickel free belts for men, women, teens, and children, is available at NoNickel.com. They also offer nickel free buttons and rivets for jeans as well as nickel free jewelry including watches, rings, and earrings.
Consumers who experience nickel allergy symptoms including red, itchy rashes should seek a physician’s diagnosis and consider nickel avoidance as key to eliminating the discomfort caused by nickel contact. When avoidance simply isn’t practical, such as recently purchased eyeglasses that are causing a rash, NoNickel.com offers an answer. Brush the offensive metal with Nickel Guard™, a lacquer formulated to provide an invisible and long- lasting barrier between metal and skin. Nickel Guard’s patented formula was developed for people with sensitive skin so it does not contain ingredients that may cause secondary dermatitis such as Toluene, Formaldehyde, or Dibutyl Phthalate. It may be safely applied to all metals, even antique jewelry.
As summer approaches, it is time to take control of nickel allergies. The owners of NoNickel.com are nickel allergy experts and want to help their customers find ways to improve their quality of life through protection, avoidance, and education; visit them at http://www.nonickel.com.