Live Total Wellness
Offers Personalized Eco-Friendly Products
Angelina Morris is a wellness advocate with a passion for helping others improve their health, cultivate relationships and find more time for themselves. As an independent partner with the team Live Total Wellness, she connects her customers with the largest exclusive online shopping club in North America, advises them about non-toxic and environmentally friendly products that she and her own family uses and can help them get started with their own home-based business. “I help people find a better way to shop for themselves and their families,” says Morris.
The business model is built on the philosophy that people always come first, and nurturing relationships is the key to all other success. “Shopping is becoming more relationship-based. It’s not just about brands and products. People want to be able to connect with others who understand their specific needs and concerns,” says Morris.
Customers pay an annual membership fee to have access to the site. Most customers set up a monthly recurring order, but they are able to add or change the products at any time. “Being able to have a recurring delivery set up frees up extra time and brain space to focus on other more important things, like family and friends. Customers can shop on their coffee break instead of having to go out to the store after work. It gives them a freedom they didn’t know they could have,” explains Morris.
Customers can choose from more than 600 products, including vitamins, supplements, first-aid, makeup, household cleaners, sports nutrition and personal care. All items are produced in the U.S., free of harsh chemicals and other harmful ingredients, and many cater to specific needs, such as gluten-free snacks and U.S. Environment Protection Agency-approved botanical disinfectants. Even the higher-end products are competitively priced when compared with specialty stores and other retail outlets.
The company has made environmental wellness an important part of its business culture, Morris says. They maintain eco-conscious business practices and the products are made with biodegradable ingredients like enzymes to clean dishes, thyme oil to disinfect surfaces and citric acid to remove hard water stains.
Morris, who was initially drawn to the company after searching for healthy alternatives to laundry detergent for her mom, says she noticed a huge improvement in her family’s overall well-being after using the company’s detergent in her own home and quickly made other changes to the products they use. “I slowly started swapping out other products like lotion and shampoo, adding vitamins and making a more conscious effort to pay attention to what goes on our bodies, not just in them,” she says.
Morris’ whole family is benefiting from the business. Her sons, away at college, are able to get their order of protein shakes and toiletries delivered to campus. Having a residual income and flexible schedule also gives Morris peace of mind. “I’m able to leave a financial legacy for my children, have more time to spend with them, teach them about self-care and also do my part to positively impact the environment for future generations,” she says.