Skin Care Business Offers A Warm Spirit

Chicago Defender:

In 1998, a skin care company was started–with only six products–in the hope of empowering the Black community.

Ten years later, it is doing just that.

Warm Spirit, headquartered in west suburban Oak Brook, has a staff of 25 with an additional 8,000 to 10,000 consultants selling its more than 150 products, Tracey Bell, vice president of sales and marketing for Warm Spirit, told the Defender.

“Ninety-five percent of our consultants are Black. And with so many people losing their jobs because of the economy, Warm Spirit is the perfect part-time, seasonal or full-time job,” she said. “It offers flexibility, high earning potential and a fresh start at a new career as an entrepreneur.”

“You can easily earn $300 a week working from home,” Bell said.

And Bell is quick to dispel the notion that Warm Spirit is just another skin care provider like Mary Kay.

“Our products are made with natural ingredients like organic oils,” she explained. “Mary Kay is more cosmetic where as our products actually heal the skin.”

Logo from Warm Spirit.

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