SEPTEMBER 18, 2013

Arbonne plus Bonneau equals Independent Consultant extraordinaire

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arbonneCAVE CREEK – Spreading the goodness; that's how Independent Consultant Heidi Bonneau views her relationship with Arbonne. If unfamiliar, Arbonne is a highly regarded premium brand with a Swiss heritage. The company embraces the ideals of Arbonne. Pure, Safe, Beneficial.

Arbonne is all about being green – from botanically-based products to forward-looking green improvements and being earth-friendly. Arbonne is committed to the development of unparalleled products free of harmful ingredients. Arbonne was founded in 1975 in Switzerland and was brought to the United States in 1980. Arbonne Independent Consultants tend to be long-tenured, because they love the freedom it can provide them. "Through Arbonne, I know other Independent Consultants whose husbands were able to quit their jobs and even women who have been able to leave their full-time jobs," Bonneau offered. Arbonne Independent Consultants can build their business anywhere in the United States and its territories and any country that Arbonne is authorized to do business in. There are no restrictions on territory within any of the authorized countries and the startup fee in the US is ($79). These are products people use every day. Products range from skin and hair care, bath and body, makeup, fragrance and nutrition for women, men, teens, and babies. The company is innovative, recently introducing Pure Vibrance, Calm, and Genius.

If you're seeking an extra income stream, have tenacity, drive, and don't give up, Arbonne may be an ideal fit.

Bonneau is impressed with the support she receives from the company as well as her sponsors. Independent Consultants never have to worry if they have questions or need assistance.

Arbonne is a great company with minimal start-up cost, exceptional upline support and training, committed leadership, and a generous compensation plan.

Courtesy Photo:  Arbonne is often a family affair. Heidi Bonneau is shown with daughter Rachel at an Arbonne event in Phoenix.