MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF THOSE YOU LOVE

4 WAYS TO JOIN THE BEAUTYCOUNTER MOVEMENT

1. CLIENT

Begin to educate yourself and start making safer choices for you and your family. Download Beautycounter’s Never List and compare it with the products you currently use. If you decide you’re interested in using better, cleaner and safer personal care products, contact Laura so she can guide you in choosing the right products for you and your family.

2. MEMBER

Beautycounter’s Band of Beauty Member program is for those who want to join the movement. Enroll today for $29, and receive the following perks:

  • 15% product credit with every order
  • Free shipping on orders more than $100
  • A complimentary gift when you also make a purchase of $50

 

3. HOSTESS

Hosting a social is a great way to get involved with Beautycounter. Hosting is easy and fun. Simply invite 5 to 10 friends over to your house to learn more about how they can make their lives safer and healthier. Socials can be held in the morning, afternoon or evening. They’re a great way to share Beautycounter’s social mission. Hostesses are able to shop at 50% off in return for hosting a social. Beautycounter offers special promotions for Hostesses throughout the year. Contact Laura to learn more about hosting a social.

4. CONSULTANT

The most impactful way to join Beautycounter is to become a Consultant. A Consultant is someone who is passionate about the social mission and wants to share it with others. Some Consultants work 4 hours a week and some work 40 hours a week. Some supplement their income part time and some earn a generous full-time income. Contact Laura to join her team and start your own Beautycounter business.


“WE HAVE CREATED A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY FOR WOMEN AND MEN TO EARN AN INCOME WHILE SIMULTANEOUSLY HAVING SIGNIFICANT SOCIAL IMPACT. IT’S EMPOWERING TO REALIZE THAT YOUR VOICE CAN BE HEARD IN THE HALLS OF CONGRESS, AND TO KNOW THAT TOGETHER OUR VOICES WILL CHANGE AN INDUSTRY”

– Gregg Renfrew, Beautycounter founder and CEO

Forget Cadillacs, These Beauty Consultants Want Political Change