I think starting a home business is the dream of almost every Mom, because what could be better than staying at home with your family and still earning a good wage doing it?
I’m lucky enough to be able to stay home with my children, but it isn’t always easy. We have to be very careful about our family budget and I spend a huge amount of time growing my own home business, my blog, to the point where I will hopefully one day be able to support my family with it.
There are lots of different options for home-based businesses, and recently I was able to review the fabulous products from Aloette, a direct sales business that provides women with gentle and effective skincare products. I couldn’t wait to see how the products worked.
Aloette’s products feature the healing power of aloe vera, as the name suggests. The wonderful thing about aloe vera is that it is suitable for absolutely every skin type, so whether your skin is oily, dry or sensitive, aloe can offer healing benefits for you.
The line also carries products that use other fabulous natural ingredients ranging from dragonfruit to pumpkin and it sounded like an incredible natural skincare line.
I received the Gentle Foaming Cleanser, Skin Refining Toner and Restorative Enzyme Peel to review. When they arrived, I was so happy to see that they were all products that were recommended for any skin type.
I have to be so careful about what I put on my skin, since so many products seem to make me break out. I used the cleanser and toner for two weeks along with my usual moisturizer and I really loved how gentle they were.
I didn’t notice any issues with my skin, though I did still break out a little right before my “time of the month.” I also noticed that my skin tone was much more even; I didn’t have any red splotches on my face and my skin had a healthy glow.
The cleanser and toner were wonderful, but what I really fell in love with was the Restorative Enzyme Peel. This gentle and effective peel contains 54% organic aloe vera gel and gently sloughs away dead skin cells to leave all skin types looking younger and healthier.
I loved the way the citrus extracts in the peel gave the gel a slight tingling and the smooth feel of my skin after I was done using the gel was amazing!
Aloette would make a great home-based business for any woman with a love of high-quality beauty products and a desire to share them with the world.
Consultants earn a minimum of 25% commission on all the products they sell and as their businesses grow and they recruit new consultants, the commissions continue to increase. Best of all, you earn a portion of the sales from the new people you recruit as well!
I was very impressed by the effectiveness of the Aloette products I received and while it isn’t something I am personally interested in, I liked the flexibility of the consultant program as well.
It offers women the chance to save money on their favourite Aloette products and even get special perks and rewards as their businesses grow.
If you’re looking for a way to share natural beauty with those you love and earn some extra money at the same time, check out Aloette for yourself. It may be just the business for you!
Buy It: To purchase Aloette products or to learn more about becoming a consultant, visit the website today
69 thoughts on “Aloette Skincare and Cosmetics Review”
No, I’ve never seriously considered doing this sort of work. Not my bag.
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I am just being introduced to Aloette and hope I get an opportunity to try the products. I have never really considered any sort of sales. I am a little bit shy and don’t seem to have the personality for it.
I have been a consultant for a beauty company
I have occassionally considered becoming a consultant but I don’t think I would be very good at sales.
It wouldn’t be for me…….
I haven’t found anything yet that I would be passionate about selling. Though my Tupperware consultant keeps trying to recruit me.
No, I am not very talkative!
I’ve never thought about being a Consultant
I’ve always wanted to try Aloette products :) Would love this opportunity!!
Consultant work just not for me. Kudos to the women who do it though!