September – a special month

September was a busy and exciting month for me. I am now newly married and about to start a new job in a career that I have been studying and working hard and that has taken me two years to get into Human Resources.

I had the interview the week before the wedding and found out I had got it the next day. The start of my new job came a week after we came back from Honeymoon.

I had also registered as an Ambassador for Tropic Skin Care and was ready to start my new business.

Why I chose Tropic Skin Care?

I discovered Tropic in 2014 at the Edinburgh Vegan Festival. The Festival was oversubscribed and there were people queuing around the corner to get into the venue. As a result I could not get near many stalls as it was so busy. I walked past the Tropic stall and saw a stand with a Susan Ma, Tropic’s founder stood next to Lord Alan Sugar. I took down the name and walked on.

After a google search and finding the website I was impressed with what I read.

Susie Ma was a contestant on BBC’s The Apprentice in 2011. Although she didn’t win, she was offered the opportunity to pitch to Lord Sugar in 2012. He was impressed by the products and decided to invest in her business and become a 50/50 partner. After a year of business planning, Tropic was launched in 2013 and started the Social Selling Platform to empower people to start their own beauty business with Tropic Skin Care.

It wasn’t until the next year that I placed my first order and purchased the Face Smooth. I was impressed by the quality of the product and ordered the Travel Essentials collection for our honeymoon.

My skin was feeling really dry in the run up to the wedding so I decided to try the products in the Travel Essentials Collection which is a travel version of the main skin care range.

I suffer from Acne Rosacea so when my skin is dry, it flares in red spots on my cheeks. It means my skin can be very sensitive so trying a new product three weeks before our wedding was a big risk. Thankfully, it worked out better than I had expected. My skin did not feel dry anymore and the red bumps on my skin was massively reduced. I was amazed by the difference in my skin and my confidence grew. I found I needed to use less foundation to cover my rosacea.

I found out there was a business opportunity to become an Ambassador with an online shop. I started my business at the end of September. It was a good time for me to start and it was a good time for Tropic as they had just launched new products. After two months of research of alternative business opportunities and a business plan I registered as Tropic Skin Care Ambassador.

Why I love Tropic

There are many reasons that I love Tropic. The main reason is I think the product range is amazing and the price range is quite reasonable in the current market. The most important reason is the products are natural, vegan and cruelty free. They have been approved by the Vegan Society, Cruelty Free International and PETA.

It was important for me to join a company that reflects my beliefs and values and Tropic Skin Care does just that. Not only do have my own online shop, I also have the opportunity to pamper friends and clients by conducting Pamper sessions where the hostess receives a free pamper and free products as a reward.

I have always wanted to work for myself and to own my own vegan business and I am very excited about it. I have found the last few months very sociable and I have had a lot of fun too.

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