March 21 is National Fragrance Day!

Now that I’m selling Avon, I’m so happy to post my husband’s keepsake Avon vintage cologne bottles. He restored a ’65 Corvette and once owned a ’36 Ford, so these were appropriate gifts for him at the time (although admittedly, he would prefer to own the actual ’65 Corvette than the cologne!).

Did you know that Avon started with perfume?

In 1886, Avon’s founder, David H. McConnell, was a traveling book salesman and offered beauty products as an additional perk to his female customers. When he saw that women were more interested in the free perfume samples than the books, he was inspired to recruit them as sales representatives. From a small New York City office, McConnell himself mixed the company’s first fragrances.

California Perfume recruited women (then called “Depot Agents”) who would not have to travel but would sell to other women through their network of social relations in their own communities. This was one of the first direct sales business opportunities for women. And Avon has supported women in business ever since.

Discover your signature scent with our fragrance finder and our full line of perfumes and colognes!

Skin So Soft now comes in even more fragrances and formulas

 

You already know about Skin So Soft Original Bath Oil, but did you know we’ve expanded the line? Find the formula and fragrance that’s best for you!

 

 

 

Other Avon fragrance products

Most people think of Avon as a cosmetics and skin care company — and we do have great makeup and skin care products. But these days Avon offers so much more.

For the home, check out:

 

Avon offers a wide variety of beautifully scented candles,

 

as well as Diffusers (coming soon! Ask how you can pre-order!!).

 

 

 

 

 

 

Got questions about buying or want to know how to sell Avon and be your own boss, working from home? Email me: brenda@yourcompletebeauty.com

 

 

National Fragrance Day – Avon Perfume, Cologne, Candles and more

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