In 1935, a gentleman by the name of Thomas Luzier founded Luzier Special Formula Laboratories. A chemist from Kansas City, started making facial cremes before he founded the company. After he created the cremes, he went to the beauty salon that his wife was running, and let the women their use the cremes. Mr. Luzier grew his product line by introducing color and facial powders. Although he was successful, when these other lines were introduced, the sales increased. In 1929, he formed Luzier Cosmetics, and relocated to a more up to date facility in downtown Kansas City. The new location had ample space for production, and distributing. This same location was perfect for being to handle the business for nearly 80 years.
For years they have been a major player when introducing new products. Liquid Mascara with a self-coating applicator was first sold by the company. There are many vitamins that have been added to the products for enhancement. What makes these products stand out, is that for 85 years, they have been produced and innovated in the United States of America.
In 1977, the Crown family took over Luzier Cosmetics. Since the take over, the company had relocated to a modern facility that has ample space for all aspects of the business. On the companies website, anyone who wants to look and research any product has that availability without having to do anything else. This gives the customer time to decide what they want to purchase, and how many that they would like. According to their website, they have over 4000 consultants worldwide. The way the company did this was through direct sales, and introducing beauty consultants. The company has beauty consultants that can and will answer any questions. These questions can be answered by phone or email.
If you want to receive information on any or all products, the only thing that a person needs to do is request for the information. If you have any questions or concerns, the consultants are available. The only question that remains, is how do you join them as consultants?