The products are all great, and I liked everything I tried. I dropped my membership for a few reasons, none of which had anything to do with the quality of the products.
My family is just my husband and me, and after a few months we hadn't used up enough of the products we already had, like the soap, detergents, and toiletries, to need any more. It got to the point where I was ordering lip gloss and other random stuff I didn't really want, just to meet the 35 point minimum. So, while I was certainly impressed with the products, I needed to cancel my membership. I think it would be worth it for a larger family that goes through products every month or two, but not a single person or a couple.
Of course, when I canceled, I got a nice little guilt trip from the guy who convinced me to join, basically saying indirectly that "hardly anyone ever cancels their membership! what's wrong with you? You buy these products anyway!" I was annoyed more by the blatant sales pitches and transparent psychological manipulation that surrounded Melaleuca than anything else. Even down to little things like the "points"...1 point was roughly $2 or $3 of product.
To meet your 35 point quota you have to spend $70 or so at a minimum. It was clearly an attempt to make people think they weren't spending as much as they were.
They and their army put on an act like they are your friends and care so much about your health, but in the end, like any business, all they care about is profit and getting their commission. If you aren't a member, you can still buy the products without any required minimum, but with a catch--you end up paying double or triple the "preferred member" price.
Product or Service Mentioned: Melaleuca Membership.
Reason of review: Pricing issue.