A while ago I was contacted by Parcel Hero to participate in their #PHWinterWorkshop Charity Auction for Great Ormond Street, GOSH, which I was really happy to get involved in. Parcel Hero were contacting Craft bloggers, to decorate a wooden box and include a little gift […]
I have now been an Independent Tropic Ambassador for nearly three years, joining in July 2015 and I have to say I completely and utterly love it.
For many reasons, the business side of it, the support, the friends I have made, the products and what the products have done for our skin as a family.
Boo’s skin rarely flares up now and the amount of time we have reached for the Tamanu Healing Balm, or the magic cream that it is called in our house, over the last three years for cuts, grazes, bruises and just a general lets sort your baddy moment. I would be a billionaire if I got a pound for every time it was used.
I also love how the business is growing, in the last three years Tropic Skin Care has launched so many amazing products, including Skin Shade, Tahitian Vanilla and Coconut Luxury Bath Foam, So Sleepy Pillow Mist and most recently Hair Care. It is amazing and everything that is launched is another step to Greener Beauty and I love being a small part of that.
I also love the freedom being an Independent Tropic Ambassador gives me, I haven’t missed any of the boys school performances, or cub dates, or golf lessons. I am also there and have always been able to be straight at the school if they are poorly.
Being an ambassador means that I can work from home, or when we are out, I can work while the kids are playing and still be with them 24/7 if they need me, and I can drop everything and rearrange my hours if they are poorly.
It works brilliantly.
I am so pleased that I decided to make the decision three years ago, it was a leap of faith, all because Tropic Body Love didn’t make Boo cry when I put it on his skin, and that three years ago was a huge thing for me.
Since then I have learnt so much about what we put on our skin, and what we should be avoiding and actually looking for, and it excites me to learn more, and understand it more.
I can not wait to see where else my Tropic journey will go, and my next thing on this journey is to open my blog up to Tropic, and actually talk about it on here.
I have mentioned it only a few times in the past three years, but this is what I do work wise, and I should talk about it more. As I love it as much as I love crafting, which I blog about quite a lot in comparison!
I am looking forward to sharing Tropic on here.
“I am an Independent Tropic Ambassador and the views and opinions expressed here are solely my own and not those of Tropic Skin Care Ltd”
If you want to have a look at the fab products yourself you can visit my personal shop here