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#1 alwayzn4evah

Posted 16 December 2012 - 09:14 AM

Hi All,
I've recently started with a new product in my mobile beauty business, with the option to do parties.
However while it has been a great sucess for those who are interested in trying it out. I'm not sure how to tackle those who simply get offended.
The product is a slimming body wrap to help tone,smooth the skin and minimise stretch marks and cellulite, decreases fat cells in the are you apply the wrap.
Some people who hear of it say great they want to try it, others... i feel they get offended. some reply 'what do you think im fat?' or 'im fine with my body'.. others... just don't respond.

I would like some advice on how would you be more inclined to try this product? What is an acceptable approach? I offer to send before and after pictures, pointing out my belly is grose after childbirth lol.. and it is alot firmer now. but still... i obviously want people to be comfortable when I approach them.

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#2 Peridot

Posted 16 December 2012 - 09:23 AM

Maybe they're like me, and just find it incredibly hard to believe.. If something so painless could make your fat disappear, surely there would be no more people complaining of being fat..

#3 Nanaimo Girl

Posted 16 December 2012 - 09:25 AM

Perhaps try a mass mailout in your area promoting a two for one offer.

Or spend certain amount of money, get bonus wrap.



#4 alwayzn4evah

Posted 16 December 2012 - 08:26 PM

it is quite unbelievable, even when you see the pictures its quite unbelievable.. i tried it on my friends who were a bit skeptical, they can see and feel the difference and want to sell it themselves haha.
Yes I've been thinking about a letter box drop, trying to make up a smaller flyer for it. I've been posting on my personal fb page and my business page, all im getting is likes, but no enquiries  sad.gif

#5 Chocolate Addict

Posted 17 December 2012 - 07:36 PM

Sorry, but nothing will convince me. If they work so well why are all the people that are selling them (assuming you mean the Itworks wraps) still fat and untoned??

They are just the latest fad craze and Facebook is over run with people trying to flog the things.

#6 beckandcall

Posted 03 January 2013 - 03:16 AM

"why are all the people that are selling them (assuming you mean the Itworks wraps) still fat and untoned??"

Think about it..Yep I am fat and untoned and an It Works distributor. But I am a whole lot more toned and less fat now than before I started.

I exercise and eat healthy now too. Does that mean that working out and eating healthy does not work either - since I am still fat and untoned?

Many of us are still works in progress. Hey if we were perfect to begin with we would not have been interested in the products to start with. I was skeptical to start with too but now I know better.

It Works has been around for 12 years now. Its only relatively new to Australia. Perhaps Facebook is overrun due to the phenomenal growth of the company in the last year.

to the OP. Perhaps you could just say that everybody has somewhere that they want to improve - whether it be stretchmarks or cellulite.




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