Obsessed with having the latest must-have beauty products before your friends but fighting to pay the bills let alone afford the luxury extras? In a survey commissioned by The Body Shop , 70% of those questioned said that they felt affected by the credit crunch. A significant 73% advised that they would consider a second job to top up their income with 49% finding the prospect of being their own boss very appealing.
With The Body Shop At Home you can start your own business as a second job and become your own boss with the support of a world-renowned, values driven brand. By demonstrating The Body Shop products at coordinated parties in people’s homes you can work flexible hours and earn extra income in a fun way with no previous experience required. You will also receive free ongoing training on make-up, skin care and body care, have the opportunity to win great incentive prizes and make tons of new friends!
Vicky Blankenstein, 30, is a trainee solicitor and has a second job with The Body Shop At Home, earning 25% of every product she sells and making approx £100 a week from doing just a couple of parties.
“What I love about my second job is that it’s completely different and a little escapism from my choice of career. Not only do I earn extra money that allows more financial freedom, I get to work in the exciting world of beauty and because it’s so fun and social I never feel like I’m working!
The additional income means I can afford holidays, my new car, nights out with my friends and of course support my ever growing shoe and handbag collection!”
For more information on how to join The Body Shop At Home click here or call 01903 844171 – please quote source. And in August you can join for £95 and receive a Wellbeing collection for free worth £65.
The peak party season for The Body Shop At Home is the 8 to 10 week run-up to Christmas, with people looking to purchase gifts for friends and family. The higher the party spend, the more earning potential for the consultant as they earn commission from each sale. Income is dependant on the number of parties booked and how much guests spend.