Speaking on Business: Static Schmatic
Static Schmatic is a simple product made with just a few ingredients like aloe vera, salt and coconut oil to tame static.
This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.
We live in a high-sierra desert, so static is commonplace. Whitney Foley and her mom Kris Church are both outdoor winter enthusiasts and were tired of static electricity — in their hair, clothes and on Whitney’s three children. They discovered the only available static treatments were chemical-filled aerosol sprays, so they wanted to create an all-natural alternative, and this became their product Static Schmatic.
Static Schmatic is a simple product made with just a few ingredients like aloe vera, salt and coconut oil. In developing Static Schmatic, Kris and Whitney worked with a natural chemist who created exactly what they were looking for, so when they launched their new product, they found a market with local retailers who loved using Static Schmatic. You can find them in fitting rooms, hair salons and local animal shelters, who appreciate the organic ingredients for their animals. The positive reviews are pouring in!
Static Schmatic comes in two sizes, a 12-ounce and a 3-ounce so it’s small enough to take on an airplane. The original static taming formula has been so popular that Whitney and Kris created a second version for hair that is lightly scented with vanilla. In addition to the product on their website, staticschamtic.com, locally it’s at Jolley Pharmacy, Downeast Outfitters, Cake Boutique in Park City and Deseret Book.
Find them at www.staticschamtic.com.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.
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