So much Enthusiasm and Encouragement!

This Newsletter celebrates the enthusiasm and encouragement we have received from so many of you. It is interesting to see how many people are ready to discuss alternatives to traditional embalming methods using formaldehyde, as well as the numbers concerned about the long-term effects on their own health.


What is clear is that much of this interest in change is being driven by a more general interest in finding the best ways to improve the environment we live and work in. This is coming both from funeral professionals and the general public and shows that there is an ever-growing move to make changes. We asked in our last newsletter about how we should define perfection, but we also need to think about practical ways to meet these concerns.


If families are asking about environmental alternatives, then we need to be ready with an answer for them. If employees or colleagues are affected by their working conditions, we need to investigate how to improve those conditions. It’s no good relying on the old line of ‘it’s always been this way if it loses us a business or skilled staff and it is clear that many of you are looking at ways to learn and grow and to ensure that practical alternatives are readily available.


There are all sorts of ways to make things a little bit better, without serious disruption. A few small changes can have a big impact and we are confident that using Naturensbalm is one of those small changes which can have a substantial impact. To be headache or sore-throat-free, to reduce the need for protective equipment, and to be able to offer a natural alternative are all significant changes resulting from one, very small change.


So thank you for your interest. We continue to ask for your feedback as, like you, we also want to offer the best products and services we can. So, whether you want to tell us about your experiences with Naturensbalm, make suggestions or ask us more about it, please get in touch.

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