Are you wondering what it is like to be a tropic Ambassador?
Find out, as Sandra shares her story…
We are experienced (and very successful) ‘kitchen table’ entrepreneurs, having built teams of many thousands in various work from home ventures. I have always been very keen on natural skincare, hair and colour makeup products, and indeed, produced my own range at one time, before EU regulations forced us to shut down over 200 products. Having paid for them all to be assessed for the British market, the EU then produced their own safety assessments, and we simply couldn’t afford to pay for them all over again.
The name for this range was to be ‘Eco Slap – Because we deserve it’ (Slap being known in some circles i.e., theatrical as makeup). This name was created by my son Miles, who was tragically taken from me at just 25 years old.
So I am promoting this title in his memory.
We abandoned that project and concentrated on building our eco-friendly company, before retiring and handing it over to our daughter and her husband, where it is being run very successfully to this day. I put my hopes and dreams of having a range of cruelty-free, chemical-free, natural colour makeup range on the back burner.
Then a little while ago, and by chance, I came across a company with a truly fabulous range of products, which I tried on myself and my friends. We were all highly delighted with the results, to say the least.
The company that I found is Tropic Skincare Ltd.
In fact, I was so impressed with the products and their ethos that I immediately became an Ambassador for Tropic Skincare, as this was a company that I could really promote with my hand on my heart. They hold the highest ethics. They care about what they do and they care about the people who help to promote the ranges.
Take time to look around. If you decide that it is something that you would like to do to gain a long-term monthly income, then simply join us. We will teach you how to build a business, how to attract customers easily and without rejection – and most of all, how to build a growing team, using the methods that we use. Yes, we will teach you everything we know!
By the way – if a lack of self-confidence is holding you back, or you suffer from anxiety, etc. – I am also a highly qualified therapist, I am able to help you overcome any niggling fears or doubts that have always held you back all undertaken in a confidential setting strictly between us two. This can happen in person on Skype, Zoom, WhatsApp or Messenger.
So join me, for an exciting ride, and let us help you to increase your income!
(Please put my name – Karen Blake – as the introducer, if you want us to help you get a very fast start, using our 30 years of experience and knowledge).
If you want to chat with us first, simply email email@example.com or click on the chat on this site. No obligation!
Cassie & the Crew
PS I am now in my late 60’s, so it just goes to prove that the products are fantastic for all ages! (Photo taken 2020)
‘I am an Independent Tropic Ambassador and the views and opinions expressed here are solely my own and not those of Tropic Skincare Ltd.
There’s no question that many women are having their first child later in life. And this may not be only by choice but because it needs to be this way for many reasons.
The reality is that it’s becoming harder and harder to have a baby, in financial terms. All the costs that are associated with a newborn have been increasing in the last few years and women also want to have their own careers. This simply delays motherhood and creates a dilemma
However, we have been seeing a new reality appearing in our communities. Grandparents need to work for longer and so they cannot be around as much as they could in previous generations. And paying for a babysitter or childcare support for babies can be extremely expensive.
So, we are seeing a new reality. We are observing career women staying at home at least during the first few years after they give birth. Since they had to delay motherhood and they are more likely to only have one child, they want to ensure that they can make the best of this experience. But there is also the cost involved. After all, for many couples, it is a better option to be a stay at home mum than a career woman and pay for nannies and nurseries to care for their precious newborn.
In case you are in this situation and you feel that you should be doing something productive and contributing to pay towards the bills at home, then you shouldn’t feel alone. The reality is that the number of women in this position has been increasing every year. However, while some can afford to get through this situation, there are others who can’t – so they start their own home ventures. This allows them to feel useful and working again while they can still take care of their new baby. This flexible way of working is an ideal way to cope with the stresses and strains of bringing up a baby or young children – and at the same time, they get to chat to others about things other than bringing up their child. This can be just as important mentally, as physically earning the extra income
Staying At Home Mums Are Helping Paying The Bills
In case you are wondering what you can do to help to pay the bills, then you need to know that you have plenty of options. You can work as a freelancer, get some part-time jobs that you can do remotely or you can start your own home venture.
In case you are looking to explore the latter idea, then you need to know what most new mums do is they usually start by selling on their old baby items. They may find they have discovered a new interest, From clothing and crafts to cooking and making meals, while taking care of their baby and doing the housework at the same time. The reality is, sometimes career women who have worked for most of their adult life, find, although looking after their child rewarding and forgive me, tiring, they would also love to be able to, occasionally, have some adult conversations about anything other than babies, to find their old selves and earn some extra money to help with their exciting new lives.
Tropic Skincare is a great place to both learn how to run a home business venture and to make the extra income that is needed. I think the best thing of all is that you don’t know when a child is going to be ill and will need your full attention, or whether on some days you become tired through a severe lack of sleep, stressed out with the pressures of modern living, or you simply haven’t got enough hours in the day to fit everything in. So a great choice is the fabulous company Tropic because there are no daily pressures on you. You can pick it up or put it down whenever you want or whenever life gets in the way. Why not explore this wonderful way of making the extra money, whilst thinking of something other than nappy rash, the best nursery to send your child to, etc.
Thousands of other mums in the UK can’t be wrong. CLICK HERE to discover how you too can be a dynamic home businesswoman on one hand and a caring dedicated mum on the other.
By the way – your sponsor is: Karen Blake, Dilham
Please mention that when registering. We are top ‘work from home’ experts, having built huge teams in various companies over 30 years, and we can personally help you to get up and running – especially on social media etc.
Cassie & crew
Your sponsor: Karen Blake, Dilham (if you don’t put this when registering I cannot help you)
NOTE: I am an Independent Tropic Ambassador and the views and opinions expressed here are solely my own and not those of Tropic Skincare Ltd.
Susie Ma began selling natural hand made body scrubs at the age of 15.
As I write, her company, Tropic Skincare now employs 160 staff and has a turnover of £160 million. Susie is just 31 years old,.
Recently an article about this extraordinary lady, as published in the Daily Mail on 11th march 2020
CLICK HERE to read the article
I am an Independent Tropic Ambassador and the views and opinions expressed here are solely my own and not those of Tropic Skincare Ltd
Tropic Skincare is the home of freshly made skincare.
‘I am an Independent Tropic Ambassador and the views and opinions expressed here are solely my own and not those of Tropic Skincare Ltd.’