Human Nature Iloilo Experience

I knew when the Human Nature opened its first concept store in Iloilo. I knew where it is located but for some reason, it took me this long to visit the said store. First, the store is not easily accessible to me before. Second, I work from 9am to 6pm, and the store closes at 6pm as well so I cannot drop by the store after work. The store is open on Saturdays and though I do have weekends off from work, it is reserved for doing the laundry, cleaning the house and sadly, making up for my backlogs if there is any.

But then, nothing is impossible to the person in need. :D I have been dying to try their Balancing toner so I really scheduled my trip to the store. A couple of weeks ago, I went to the store for two reasons; one, to buy and two, to see the store and take pictures to go with this blog post. But shyness got the better of me, so I wasn't able to take even just one picture.
Photo credit: Human Heart Nature Iloilo
But despite that, the experience has been wonderful. When I entered the store, I was greeted by the friendly staff and as I look around and check the products on display, I was guided by one of the staff. When I moved to a different portion of the store, another staff took over in guiding me and even gave me advice as to what to get based on my needs and my skin type. I love that the staffs are well aware of each of the product’s benefits and when the one who is guiding me is not sure about a particular product, she asked the other lady who is probably more knowledgeable than her as to what advice to give me. They give honest opinions and even sort of discouraged me from using one of the products (that is not appropriate for my skin type) and suggested a different one instead.

Photo credit: Human Heart Nature Iloilo
I also love that the store is open for everyone to see and buy, unlike other direct selling companies wherein you have to be a member or order from a dealer to be able to use the products. I hope it will stay this way forever.
After picking the item I need to buy, I head to the counter to pay wherein I was asked if I am a member or not. After paying, getting my change and having my purchase packed, I was good to go - no more tricky procedures or lengthy sales pitch.

Photo credit: Human Heart Nature Iloilo
 As what I have said, my first trip to the store has been wonderful and I look forward to returning there in the next few weeks to buy other products I haven’t tried yet.

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