Elle Ferguson, the ‘block loser’ reveals how much money she’s making from a fake tan brand

Elle Ferguson, the ‘block loser’ reveals how much money she’s making from a fake tan brand

Elle Ferguson, the ‘block quitter’ reveals how much money she’s making from her fake tan brand after posting bills online

Social media influencer Elle Ferguson appears to have revealed how much money she makes from her fake tan brand, ELEFFECT.

The former Block star, 37, shared a video accompanying her Stories on Wednesday, in which she works on a laptop with an invoice from Invenco – a third-party e-commerce service.

In the clip, Elle’s friend Joel Patfull totaled various orders on an iPhone calculator, including sales of $1,316 and $1,114.

Elle Ferguson shared a bill on her Instagram account showing how much money she makes from lucrative deals

The receipt showed the shipping costs as well as various sales Elle had made.

Elle’s desk was littered with notepads and keys, as well as a stack of printed out prescriptions to show off her busy lifestyle.

Although the company is unlisted, the transactions are likely sales of its ELEFFECT artificial tan brand.

Elle started the business in 2016 after struggling to find a fake tan she liked.

In the clip, Elle's friend Joel totals various orders on an iPhone calculator, including sales of $1,316 and $1,114 The receipt showed the shipping costs as well as various sales Elle made

In the clip, Elle’s friend Joel totals various orders on an iPhone calculator, including sales of $1,316 and $1,114. The receipt showed the shipping costs as well as various sales Elle made

The mousse sold out the first day after launch and has been consistently selling out at Mecca and online, with plans for expansion in the US market.

Even Kim Kardashian has posted about the tanning products on her social media pages, proving that the sky is the limit for this celebrity endorsed brand.

It comes after Elle revealed she’s bought an “epic” estate with partner Joel and sister Lucie.

The influencer recently announced the exciting news on her Instagram page.

Although the company is unlisted, the transactions are likely sales of its ELEFFECT artificial tan brand.  She is pictured with her fiancé, Joel Patfull

Although the company is unlisted, the transactions are likely sales of its ELEFFECT artificial tan brand. She is pictured with her fiancé, Joel Patfull

‘We bought a zoo!!! Not a zoo, but a property that feels like a zoo,” Elle said.

“To answer all the questions, the future is looking bright and we won’t be leaving Bondi anytime soon… It’s our home and we love it.”

“The three of us bought an EPIC property in a place we love. These are three hard working self made individuals coming together to make some dreams come true.’

Elle and her partner Joel, 37, are perhaps best known for throwing in the towel just two days after joining this year's season of The Block

Elle and her partner Joel, 37, are perhaps best known for throwing in the towel just two days after joining this year’s season of The Block

Elle and her partner Joel, 37, are perhaps best known for throwing in the towel just two days after joining this year’s season of The Block.

Her abrupt decision left the cast and crew of the Nine series “blind”.

The couple said at the time they left because Joel’s mother Trish broke her neck in a fall at her home in Adelaide.

“The three of us bought an EPIC property in a place we love.  This is three self made hard working individuals coming together to make some dreams come true,

“The three of us bought an EPIC property in a place we love. This is three self made hard working individuals coming together to make some dreams come true,” she wrote

But presenter Scott Cam doubted that, accusing her of fleeing the site in the middle of the night because the show wasn’t “on brand” for her.

He also said they complained “the toilet paper was too scratchy.”

But the blogger and retired AFL player denied it, insisting they quit because of a legitimate family emergency.

Elle, who describes herself as a “global digital influencer and entrepreneur”, was later excluded from an in-depth study by The Oz, which listed Australia’s 100 most influential online creators.