Become a Beautycounter Ambassador!
If you’re curious about becoming a Beautycounter consultant, this video will give you all of the information you need to make an informed decision.
As a teenager, I used to make homemade beauty products using recipes from a beautiful little book my mom got me. I would whip up oatmeal masks and experiment with lemon and peaches to exfoliate and brighten my skin. My mom was a willing guinea pig, and I have vivid memories of her sitting on a kitchen chair in the front of whatever brew I’d concocted awaiting me to slather it on her face.
From a young age I was aware that the ingredients in personal care products messed with your health, but I certainly did not understand the logistical, scientific or political implications of this highly dynamic topic.
In my early twenties I started struggling mightily with my health.
I was exhausted, depressed, constipated and had completely stopped getting my period.
I was finally diagnosed with PCOS, but the diagnosis didn’t change anything. I was told I would never be able to naturally conceive a baby, and that I faced a 50% higher likelihood of developing diabetes and heart disease.
I had already begun to experience debilitating blood sugar balance issues, and I knew that if I didn’t figure out how to help myself that my symptoms would only get worse.
Long story, short – I did figure out how to help myself, and I’m the proud owner of a functional nutrition company that helps people just like me balance their hormones, heal their gut and get their lives back.
I am also a mother, and I am eternally grateful that I beat the odds of PCOS and infertility.
A few years ago, I was looking to up my skincare game. Those homemade oatmeal masks were unfortunately not cutting it anymore.
I did my research, and I found Beautycounter.
It didn’t take long for me to fall in love.
Not only was Beautycounter forging the path for educating society about the harmful ingredients in personal care products, they were doing so with a heart of service while producing products that made me feel like a girl on a spa vacation and results I could see immediately.
My clients face a lot of challenges on their path to balance their hormones and transform their lives.
Hormones are impacted by a long list of factors, and most people are surprised to discover that the products they use on their skin are a contributing factor to the challenges they are facing.
What’s more is that most people – especially my lovely lady clients – aren’t too keen about switching their products to a “clean” option. They assume like most people that “clean” equates to ineffectiveness.
I became an ambassador for Beautycounter for 3 specific reasons:
Purpose: I want my buying power and my business to improve people’s lives and heal the planet.
Their mission to get safer products into the hands of everyone in practice looks like this:
- Certified B Corp.
- Sustainable packaging
- Responsible sourcing
- Carbon neutrality
- Politics & Advocacy: 10 laws passed
- Education on the “Never List”
- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Performance: I love me some beauty products, and I want results I can see and feel.
Their products have been in the press more times than I can count, but here is the short list of awards they’ve recently received:
- Beauty Innovation Award
- Byrdie Eco Beauty Award
- Glamour Beauty Award Winner
- In Style Beauty Editor’s Pick
- Women’s Health Beauty Award
- Southern Living Beauty Award
Profits: As a business owner, developing sources of passive income is incredibly important.
Beautycounter is one of the highest paying affiliates in the industry, and unlike other MLM’s you don’t have to build a team to make a profit.
When you become an ambassador, you don’t have to spend hundreds of dollars to get started. $50 is all you need to start your business and get a 25% discount on products.
If you feel like I once did – that you are afraid of being “one of those people” who sells products, let me share with you a reframe that has completely changed my perspective:
I don’t consider myself a person who sells beauty products.
I care about people and the planet, and I want to share what I know about the harmful ingredients in personal care products by offering safe, effective and dare I say…luxurious and fun alternatives.
I am not at all attached to whether or not people buy Beautycounter from me. What I hope for is that everyone I touch will take the knowledge I share and touch someone else with it.
If you’re interested in joining my team, reach out and let’s chat. I’ll give you my no BS and zero pressure perspective on being a consultant, as well as walk alongside you to determine if being a Beautycounter consultant is the right fit for you.
I look forward to connecting with you soon!
If you are ready to go, click the button below to start your business!
What is a Beautycounter Consultant?
A Beautycounter consultant is a person who is dedicated to embracing safer skincare and cosmetics, adores Beautycounter goods, and desires to build a career by guiding others in choosing the best clean beauty products.
Building your own team of Beautycounter consultants who will collaborate with you to spread the word about the incredible products offered by Beautycounter is another way you can expand your audience and make a greater impact. However, unlike other MLM’s you don’t have to grow a team to make money.
How much does it cost to become a Beautycounter Consultant?
Access to #betterbeauty product training, education, business analysis, tracking, and digital marketing tools are all included in the $50 digital kit. Additionally, you will receive a personal website that you can use to advertise your company and bring customers to your online store. BUT, if you already are a Band of Beauty member, it’s just $21 for you!
How can a Beautycounter consultant generate income?
Consultants make money by educating people on the need for clean products and by introducing Beautycounter to friends, family, acquaintances, and others in your network and/or business. Through in-person events, one-on-one conversations, and online connections, Consultants support their clients in making the switch to clean products. On sales that are credited to them, consultants can make up to 35% commission. For coaching and managing a team, consultants also receive additional compensation in the form of override commissions (i.e., based on product sales by members of your team).
How much will I make as a Beautycounter consultant?
I can’t accurately answer this question because the amount of work you put into your business is one of several variables that affect your income. In essence, consultants earn between 25% and 35% of the commission on each sale made through their own connections in addition to up to 9 percent of the sales from consultants on their team. You may visit www.beautycounter.com/ids to discover additional information about the profits and expenses of Beautycounter Consultants.
Do I have to sell a certain amount of product in order to maintain my consultant status?
You must accumulate Qualifying Volume (QV) of at least $750 every six months in order to continue serving as a consultant. Your own purchases and sales to customers and members are included in this sum. Those Consultants who might not fulfill this condition for Consultant activity will be given a free one-year subscription to our Band of Beauty program.
Do I have to stock pile Beautycounter products to sell for in-person events?
You can, but it’s certainly not required or the “norm”. Most consultants carry a very low inventory of products to be used as samples, and then they help facilitate sales for clients via the Beautycounter website. In this way, you don’t have to make a huge investment in product before you start selling. However, having product on hand is an incredibly effective way to make sales, and when you first sign up to be a consultant keep your eyes peeled for a one-time-offer to buy Beautycounter sets at a heavily reduced price.
For the last twenty years, I have helped people take charge of their health and feel better. I have been in your shoes - sick, tired, and overwhelmed by how to actionably care for myself. If you want to feel better, but don't know where to start, you've come to the right place. Learn More >
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