Nature’s Paint Now Available at Oregon-Based Bowtech Archery

Nature’s Paint Camo Face Paint
Nature’s Paint Camo Face Paint
BowTech Archery

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. -( Natural camo face paint brand, Nature’s Paint is pleased to announce that Nature’s Paint is now available at Eugene, Oregon-based, Bowtech.

“We are beyond excited to be partnering with a company of this caliber,” said Nicole Morgan Nature’s Paint Co-Founder. “BowTech manufactures and carries nothing but premium quality bows and accessories. Not to mention, the amazing customer service you will get from both Josh and Jeremiah in the pro shop!” Added Sereena Thompson, Nature’s Paint Co-Founder.

Being an Oregon-based company, Bowtech has proven to be a natural fit for Nature’s Paint.

“Our company’s values and visions for the hunting industry align. It really is a natural partnership,” added Sereena.

BowTech is a leader in the world of archery and compound bows, manufacturing and distributing top-notch compound bows and archery equipment.

Nature’s Paint Camo Face Paint
Nature’s Paint Camo Face Paint

Learn more about BowTech on their website.

“We here at Bowtech love local, Oregon established products and are very excited to have Nature’s Paint as part of our pro shop, said Josh Carr, Bowtech Pro Shop Manager.”

Nature’s Paint specializes in all-natural camouflage face paint that’s formulated for ultimate comfort. It’s free of harmful chemicals and parabens that promise easy on/easy off application, no scrubbing and no irritation.

It was founded by two women: Nicole Morgan and Sereena Thompson. Learn more about Nature’s Paint on their website.

Krissy Hay Knox, pro staff for both Bowtech and Nature’s Paint added, “It always feels good to represent a product you use and believe in wholeheartedly, it makes my job easy and honest! And now, Nature’s Paint has partnered up with the BowTech Factory Pro Shop to offer two awesome hunting products in one stop. Well done!”

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Larry Davis

If you’re going to use face paint, take a tip from the military and do it right! A few “warrior stripes” across the face might work for Hollywood, but they don’t provide any benefit in the field. Even in the video, she refers to it as the “warrior pattern” with emphasis on the “perfect paint for the perfect selfie.” Stupid, stupid, stupid. Face paint should be used to help you hide, not as make-up for a selfie. Do it right, or don’t do it at all!

Jim D.

If she only had some camo earrings to go with the paint.