Guest Post by Greg Boudonck
Today we are going to talk about a health and wellness multilevel marketing company that is based in Irving, Texas.
Royal Body Care is also known as RBC Life.
Royal Body Care’s primary ingredient used in many of their products is Aloe Vera.
Personally, I am a huge fan of the wonderful Aloe Vera plant.
We grow our own here in Puerto Rico, and whenever I get a cut or burn, I just break a piece off, rub the juice on the area and feel the healing power take affect immediately.
So, I am going to tell you about the history of Royal Body Care.
I will provide a general review of this multilevel marketing company. I will also tell you some cool facts about RBC Life.
Keep in mind that I am not affiliated in any way with Royal Body Care.
The information is for your knowledge so you can determine if you would like to use any of their products or start a home based business using the RBC Life system.
Royal Body Care History
Clinton Howard attended Rice University where he gained a Bachelor’s Degree in Chemistry and Biology.
From there, he completed a graduate program at John Hopkins Med School for Medical Arts, and then a Master’s Degree in Biomedical Communication from Southwestern Medical School.
Clinton’s business sense came to life when he founded the American Biomedical Corporation back in 1958. He helped Baylor Medical Center become a reality.
In 1974, Clinton founded the skincare and health supplement company called Avacare.
Research into substances that could help humans live a better life was Clinton’s priority in life.
In the early 1980’s, Clinton started a laboratory and research began on plants that showed health properties.
The discovery of acemannan in Aloe Vera led Clinton to sell the skin care business and he opened Carrington Laboratories in which they sold wound-care products that used Aloe Vera.
In 1991, Clinton believed the Aloe Vera could help people in many more ways.
He had also been studying the works of other scientists that had discovered other natural ingredients that could be used to develop products that could help the general population.
So Clinton founded RBC Life Sciences. RBC Life Sciences is the research arm of the company; RBC Life is the sales and marketing arm of the company.
Also within the makeup is a wound care products subsidiary called MPM Medical.
RBC Life uses the multilevel marketing business format.
Royal Body Care Review
RBC Life has a huge product line. Many customers have claimed a renewed life after using the Royal Body Care products.
Some of the best selling products are:
Stem-Kine: This supplement is full of natural ingredients with a high amount of Vitamin D. It is meant to enhance the production of stem cells in your body.
Microhydrine: This is an antioxidant that is designed to increase energy.
Vitaloe: Using the Aloe Vera plant, this is designed to support and enhance your immune system.
Spirulina Tablets: It is considered nature’s perfect food. It is loaded with nutrients we need.
This is just a small portion of the products RBC Life has available.
There have been no questions with the quality and safety of the Royal Body Care products by the FDA or any other government entities.
RBC Life distributors can earn income and benefits in many ways. They consist of:
Commission on personal usage
Bonuses on personally enrolled associates
Leader and growth pools
RBC Life understands that by treating their distributors well, the business will only grow.
It is evident they follow this method.
With a solid leadership in place, I believe RBC Life is a great opportunity for anyone to start a home-based business from. The RBC Life leaders are:
Clinton Howard: Chairman
Steve Brown: President and CEO
Daley Seeker: CFO
Don Clark: CIO
Doug Wheeler: VP of Operations
Bart Dangerfield: VP of Marketing
Greg Johnson: Director of Asia/Pacific
Richard Hu: Taiwan Director of Operations
Willie Miller: Director of Associate Relations
Royal Body Care Cool Facts
While researching this blog post, I discovered some cool facts you may be interested in.
RBC Life Sciences also owns MPM Medical
RBC Life offers an extensive media library
In 2010, some of the numbers showed that there were nearly 11,000 active distributors, company revenue of $28 million, and distributor commissions of $6 million.
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In my opinion, Royal Body Care as a home-based business opportunity would be a wise choice.
They are well established and I honestly found no terrible complaints against this multilevel marketing company.
We would love to hear from any current or past customers or distributors of RBC Life.
Please tell us your favorite RBC Life products. Give us any other information you feel people should know about this Texas-based company.
If you think you would like to try some of the RBC Life products or become a distributor, I suggest you visit the Royal Body Care website that is in the reference section below.
Thank you for visiting.
Disclaimer: Neither the Online MLM Community nor I are affiliated in any way with Royal Body Care. This article if only for educational purposes.
Royal Body Care Products are not intended to diagnose, treat or cure any diseases.
- Royal Body Care Website
- RBC Life Sciences Review – Get The Truth From An Industry Expert
- An Unbiased Third Party Review Of RBC Life – Is It A Solid Business Opportunity?
About the Author
Greg Boudonck is a freelance writer and the author of over 50 books. He writes on many different topics, but business subjects are one of his primary areas of writing expertise. You can see more about Greg and his work by visiting his website at Lancerlife.com.
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