What Would Gina Do?
Posted on April 10 2017
These are the voyages of the Starship Entrepreneur.
Captain’s Log: What Would Gina Do?
Let’s set the scene: I’m setting up for an event. It is a total hustle, if you’ve ever done it, you know. You’re lugging product and tables, schlepping display racks and then you must stand for hours and talk to people.
I get all set up and think to myself, “I forgot to put deodorant on this morning”
Insert gasp of shock and horror here.
Generally, I wear all natural, essential oil deodorant. (you can gasp in horror again, if you want) It works…. sometimes.
But for health reasons, I will not use conventional deodorant with aluminum in it. This is the toxic ingredient that stops the sweat, but is also linked to increased rates of breast cancer.
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So, what’s a girl to do?
I'm starting to panic a little bit, which is not helping the sweating situation.
I have this friend, she is always telling me all the unusual ways she uses TSH’s products. I don’t know where she comes up with this stuff, really and sincerely, it cracks me up.
Look at my display of products and think.
“What would Gina do?”
My mind races through the catalog of varying ways she’s used TSH products. Once I reach the “armpit” category, it hits me: “HAND SANITIZER”
I grab a bottle and go into the bathroom and dab a little on.
Smells and feels nice! So now we wait.
A few hours later I get another break and I repeat the application process.
In all honesty, I am astounded at how well it has worked.
It was a high-pressure day and well, you all have armpits, you know what happens in there. But I smell fresh and clean. And not at all like I just ran a marathon.
A huge collective "Thank You!" to Gina from everyone I was around that day.
Your ingenuity saved the day.
Kim is a momma, wife and small business owner.
She lives with her family in Dutchess County, NY, where she enjoys her rescue dog, bunny and chickens. Her family loves camping, hiking, geocaching, and all things Cub and Boy Scouting. She is the owner/creator of Three Sisters Herbals, LLC., which she affectionately calls “her other baby”. TSH is the same age as her youngest human baby, and they are all growing up together.
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