Big Beauty News: Beautycounter is Now Available at Target.
In this way, is Beautycounter legitimate?
The internet quickly confirmed that yes, Beautycounter, in spite of its elevated branding, and reputable standing in the beauty world, is, in fact, an MLM.
Similarly one may ask, who is Beautycounter owned by?
|Industry||Skin care; Cosmetics|
|Founder||Gregg Renfrew, Founder and CEO|
|Headquarters||Santa Monica, California|
|Owner||Counter Brands, LLC|
How many Beautycounter consultants are there?
Do consultants get a discount? Yes! We sure do. We get 25% off all of the products, all the time.
While Beautycounter may seem like ‘one of the good MLMs,’ the truth is that ALL MLM companies, by default, are exploitative. They do not replace a full time income, they are not good business opportunities, and you have less than a 1% chance of becoming wealthy (or even making a living wage) if you join one.
Lastly, a little clarification: a product that is labeled “vegan” does not mean that it is “cruelty-free.” Good news: Beautycounter has never tested our products on animals, and last year, we became a part of the Leaping Bunny Program which certified our commitment.
Step 1: Sign Up for an International Shipping Forwarder
If BeautyCounter doesn’t ship to your country, then you need to ship your items to a US/UK package forwarder who’ll then ship your package to your international location.
I mentioned an American cosmetics company named Beautycounter, founded in California in 2013. Up until recently this brand was only available in the United States but since March 14th is now on the Canadian market, which is great news!
Effective February 1, you’ll see an increase of about 10% on pricing for all Beautycounter products. Please know that this is a carefully considered increase, and it’s to account for rising production/material costs due in large part to the pandemic and the strain it’s put on so many industries.