Want to Become A Kerotin Ambassador?

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Want to Become A Kerotin Ambassador?


Do you love our products and our brand? 

If yes, then our ambassador program is just right for you. Join and become a part of the Kerotin family by promoting our products to friends, family and your social media audience. Our ambassadors are passionate about Kerotin, their hair journey and sharing that with their audience, sounds like you? Then keep on reading.

What it means to be our ambassador?

Kerotin is all about providing all women the tools to better their confidence while being themselves, true to their natural beauty. We embrace every hair journey no matter where you start or end. To be our ambassador, it means to help Kerotin spread its core values, helping us empower all women. Do you think you can help us with that?

Now, let’s talk business… 

In addition to promoting Kerotin’s value through your own hair journey, being an ambassador consists of:

  • Promoting Kerotin to friends, family, and social media followers and offering them a 5% coupon code that is unique to you.
  • For every $10 people spend using your coupon, you will receive $1 to be redeemed in Kerotin products.
  • All discounts will be issued to you on the last day of the month. 

So… do you think you are up for the challenge?

Then apply to become part of our family. It is simple and quick! Just take a few minutes to complete our ambassador tailored survey consisting of what it means to be a Kerotin ambassador. Once you are done, just submit your response and the team will get back to you within a few days. Just click the link below.

CLICK HERE!
 


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