Thursday, July 12, 2012

Human Nature in Iloilo - go Organic

I've been seeing a trend in organic products. Everyone wants to go organic. Organic has a lot of meanings, but I think what people mean when they say organic is "Simple, healthful, and close to nature". 

I joined Human Nature not just because of the organic trend but also because of what the company stands for. It's Pro-Philippines. Pro-Environment. And Pro-Poor. I think the Philippines has a lot of untapped natural resources that just needs to be marketed properly.

Human Nature Website

If you want to be a dealer, they have 3 packages for you to choose from.

I got the P799 package. Included with the membership are free products. Here's what I got:

(From Left) Kids Shampoo Tangerine Tarsier, Baby Wash, Moisturizing Shampoo with Cream Foam, Peppermint Lip Balm, New Day Moisturizer 15 vitamins and Minerals, Sunflower Seed Beauty Oil

Missing from the pic: Balancing Facial Wash, Feminine Wash, Juicy Burst Sanitizer, Bug Shield Lotion and Healthy Lotion Berry Bliss

I've been getting dry skin so I really wanted to try this moisturizing day fluid. Already bought the sunflower oil but I keep forgetting to use it. 

When I first inquired for the dealership, they presented me this P800 pack and another worth about P2000. Prices are a little less like 799 pesos, or 1799 but I'm just rounding it off. What the guy forgot to tell me was that you have to have a maintaining product purchase of at least 800 (since I got this package) every month! 

They said it can be accumulative and that there's a 3 month grace period for you to comply. (Glum, glum, glum). Not really much of a seller at the moment. I got about an equal amount of items to what I paid so it's not really a loss. 

Also for minimum dealership you get 15%. If you get the P2000 package the discount is higher at 25% (i think). 

Still want to try their lipsticks and/or lip balms. Hope it doesn't have an ugly smell since I'm particular about that. (Lipstick)

Hope these products are as good as they say it is, because I think it's really marketable world wide. Prices are affordable and they have a great story.

Location for Iloilo branch: 2/F Jesena Bldg. It's near San Agustin school. Jeepneys passing San Agustin street are Lapaz jeep and Mandurriao jeep.

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