Rise-N-Shine Products Included in Nation-Alist 2017 Ultimate Gift Guide

October 30, 2017

Rise-N-Shine Products Included in Nation-Alist 2017 Ultimate Gift Guide

Rise-N-Shine's trifecta of energy and sleep products, Wake Up On Time, Stay Up All-Day and Sleep Tight All-Night, were included in Nation-Alist magazine's 2017 Ultimate Gift Guide.

Rise-N-Shine was featured on Page 72 of the November 2017 issue

Nation-Alist is a magazine that boasts a print edition, as well as free monthly digital issues, covering the best of fashion, beauty, health tips, travel and celebrity interviews. 

Nation-Alist indicates that for the products in the 2017 Ultimate Gift Guide, each of the items are personally inspected, used and reviewed by members of the stuff. They also base the features on the excellent customer service that each company provides. The gifts they include, as the publication points out, are appropriate for year-round gift-giving. 

Rise-N-Shine's products Wake Up On Time, Stay Up All-Day and Sleep Tight All-Night were featured in the gift guide as wellness gifts for travelers, but are great for college graduation gifts, college care packages, new parents, business people, moms, dads and much more! 

Rise-N-Shine's three travel companions fit easily into carry-on bags. Wake Up On Time, Stay Up All-Day and Sleep Tight All-Night are natural, non GMO and made in the USA energy and sleep formulas. They provide around the clock coverage to travelers who may need to bridge the gap for jet lag, busy travel schedules and sleeping in unfamiliar environments. 

 

Wake Up On Time is the first and only supplement of its kind taken before bed, to help a person wake up feeling great! The magic is in the patented time-released coating, which holds back delivery of the vitamins, amino acids and herbs until a person's final sleep cycle. This is a travel essential for those who may be crossing time zones and/or have rigorous travel plans that they need that extra energy boost first thing in the morning and a reset to their body clocks. Those who swear by Wake Up On Time have coined it "time in a bottle," an "alarm clock in a pill," the "greatest invention since coffee," a "replacement for the morning alarm clock" and something that has turned them into "morning people overnight!" Click here to read a review about our product from a frequent traveler who learned about it while traveling...and now swears by Wake Up On Time! 

 

Stay Up All-Day is Rise-N-Shine's anytime energy blend that can be taken first thing in the morning, or whenever a person needs a pick-me-up! While many turn to energy drinks, which can cause health issues from even one time use, Stay Up All-Day is natural and helps to provide energy without jittery feelings! Stay Up All-Day, Wake Up On Time and Sleep Tight All-Night were featured on the KCTV5's Better Kansas City Live program as a safe food alternative. Click here to view the segment on KCTV5. 

 

Sleep Tight All-Night is a natural and occasional sleep formula that contains ingredients known to transition a person into a peaceful night's sleep. These ingredients include: Melatonin, Magnesium, Hops Flower, Passionflower, Chamomile Flower and Valerian Root.  

 

These three products are available online on Walmart.com, Amazon.com, Jet.com, Rise-N-Shine's website and other online retailers. Wake Up On Time is available in Walmart stores nationwide, with Stay Up All-Day and Sleep Tight All-Night in select Walmart locations. 




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