The Trump administration is expected to lift a ban on importing Ivanka Trump-branded body oils for women who use them to warm themselves after President Donald Trump announced Friday that the Trump Organization will no longer sell them in the United States.
The move, which could allow more American women to get the oils, comes as the Trump administration seeks to curb the epidemic of obesity among young women.
The announcement came during a trip to New Zealand where Trump made a series of remarks to women, promising to fight the epidemic and urging them to wear the products.
Trump’s announcement came on the same day the president signed an executive order to remove the U.S. from the Paris Climate Accord, which was designed to slow global warming.
The administration also announced that it is banning the importation of Ivanka’s “Body Oil for Women,” a brand that sells the products to women worldwide.
The new executive order allows Ivanka’s products to be imported into the United Sates for personal use.
Ivanka’s Body Oil for Men and Women is made in China.
The oils are marketed under a brand name Ivanka’s Hand & Body Care.
The Trump Organization, which owns a number of companies in the cosmetics industry, has faced criticism for its handling of the obesity epidemic.
Ivanka Trump, the daughter of Trump family patriarch Donald Trump, was criticized for her role in the product controversy.
Trump announced last year that he would stop using Ivanka’s body oils in his business because he said he would not have them in his office.
Trump had previously said he planned to continue using them after he left office.
Ivanka and her husband, Jared Kushner, also run the company, which is owned by her father, Jared.
They have defended the products, saying that the products are essential for women to be healthy and have proven to help prevent heart disease and diabetes.
The president, however, has repeatedly defended Ivanka, calling her an example of a woman who is leading the fight against obesity.
He has also repeatedly criticized his predecessor, former President Barack Obama, for the cost of the products and for not using the oils more widely.
The American Academy of Pediatrics said last month that Ivanka’s weight-loss products have contributed to the epidemic in the U, which the group said was caused by the use of high-calorie, high-sugar foods.