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As many of you know, we take allergies very seriously here. Asthma and allergies affect more than 370 million people worldwide, with 70 million in the United States alone. In 2006, AAFA collaborated with Allergy Standards Limited (ASL), an international physician -­- led certification company, to establish a scientific program to vet and identify consumer products that are more suitable for people with asthma and allergies.

With fall only a couple weeks away, it means our time outdoors will mostly be spent indoors. Often times people think by staying indoors they are protecting themselves from allergies, but the truth is, the inside of our home can affect allergies as well. If you are thinking about doing some redecorating while the weather is a lot cooler outside, consider painting with Natura paint from Benjamin Moore.

Natura

The Natura paint from Benjamin Moore was recently Certified asthma & allergy friendly™ by the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) meaning that its proven through independent, scientific testing to be more suitable for those with asthma and allergies. 

 “With zero emissions and no harsh fumes, Natura truly is an eco-­friendly paint that delivers on performance and color integrity,” said Chris Connelly, Director of Brand Management, Benjamin Moore.
I have been wanting to give my bedroom a much-needed makeover and have been obsessing over gray walls like this:

Benjamin Moore

By using Natura paint, I can paint the room knowing the smell is virtually odorless and is a lot safer for both my family and the environment.
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A few of our favorite features about Natura paint:
Natura is available in three finishes: Flat, Eggshell and Semi-Gloss.  
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To locate a nearby Benjamin Moore retailer and learn more about this certification, visit: www.benjaminmoore.com/en-us/for-­your-­home/natura-­asthma-­allergy-­certification.
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