Thursday, July 25, 2013

How to Sell Natural/Organic Products from Home

Every day there are discussions and articles written on the harmful effects of toxins found in personal and skin care products. These discussions bring awareness and continue highlighting the unnecessary harm from knowing or unknowing using products laden with chemicals. It's preventive if only people knew about the toxins. And what I've found is that when people learn about the potential danger, they're likely to switch to natural, safer, healthier products. And these days, safer products are sold in many places.

Here's an article on the adverse effects of phthalates. Phthalates are commonly found in personal care and plastic products (source:

"We are all primarily exposed to phthalates through inhalation and ingestion," she explained. "It is extremely difficult if not impossible to avoid exposure to phthalates, since they are in so many products." However, she added, exposure can be reduced by the following:
  • Limit the use of personal care products with fragrances in them (including many of the modern baby care products and air fresheners).
  • Limit use of plastic food storage containers and plastic wraps (certainly do not heat food in them).
  • Read the labels and avoid children's toys made of plastics (vinyl) that contain phthalates.

This is just one of the many articles as we learn about the chemicals found in personal care products, skin care, and cleaning products that people use daily.

What does this have to do with selling natural/organic products? 

This is where my passion comes in because my lifestyle is about being as natural and organic as possible. I also love sharing info on toxins and how natural/organic choices can make a huge difference in someone's life. 

From a business stand point, the natural/organic category is booming. Selling natural and organic products could be a perfect fit if you love natural products and looking for a flexible business that you can easily do from home. 

The best thing about selling personal care products is that people are already buying these products somewhere so you're not asking people to spend money on something they're not already doing. It's simply a matter of introducing them to your products and re-directing their spending to your business.

It's a consumable business so you're more likely to get repeat business on a more regular basis versus a business that sells products that tend to be a one or two time purchase a year.

If you love natural/organic products, I invite you to visit my ->Verefina Natural Products business and see how flexible and easy it is to get started. Or email me Janette at



P.S.  I'm a work at home mom and love building my natural products business online. If you're looking for a flexible home-based business that you can easily do from anywhere, email me. As a #1 leader in my company, I can help you build a dream business from home.

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