I love the Melaleuca Products. I like their hair care, facial care, children wash etc.
Their bathroom cleaners are excellent and their vitamins are great! But we are a young family, living on one income, we don't have a high paying job and we live fairly out of the way. I have found it quite difficult to spend $100 a month (including shipping) when I only really require $30-$40 worth of a product per month. I did attempt to make a business out of it but I am a shy person and feel very awkward trying to recruit potential customers.
I also am against the fact that you are not supposed to mention that it is Melaleuca you are promoting, but instead you must tell people it is a Wellness Company. I did not know the name of the company I had been recruited to learn about up until the enrollee got me ready for a online session with a video explaining what the company is, once it started I was a bit upset that I had, in a way, been misled. As I was attempting to promote it I had difficultly not telling people what the company was up until they were online to watch the video. I think they are a bit dishonest, though I do understand they are trying to create "Curiosity" but again, sometimes being upfront with people and "not wasting" their time is a more honest, upfront approach.
Especially if someone you have recruited already knew what the product was and were frustrated with you for not telling them in the first place. I do recommend their products, though they are a bit expensive and you have to have the month to month commitment to make a go of it.
They are beneficial and healthier choice. I plan to just order through family/friends rather than trying to have my own account.