M.F. asks from Saint Paul, MN on November 01, 2006
J. answers from Minneapolis on November 01, 2006
YES !!!!!! I love them and I use most of them. I do not like the Tub & Tile. Everything else I have tried I love and will never go back . My sister told me about them and she uses all of them. I have another friend who loves them too. Try it for a month and see if you like it.
M. answers from Minneapolis on November 02, 2006
SOLUMEL is absolutely fantastic. There is one cleaner that you mix with a few drops of solumel and water and takes old carpet stains. I had a car with beige carpet and a capuccino had spilled a few years before and it did take that old stain!
M.V. answers from Minneapolis on November 01, 2006
I have been using them for about 3 months now and love them. The shampoo, conditioner, and lotions are great too. I love how they are all safe and natural. Since you have to buy a set amount each month I think I am just going to stay in it a few more months and buy everything I want and like in bulk and then get out. The prices seem to be about the same as they are in the store but they do seem to last longer.
T.C. answers from Minneapolis on November 01, 2006
Aboslutely LOVE the products! I've been using them for over 16 years. I have 2 little boys and four of the big jugs of the laundry soap, Mela-Power, lasted over a year -- AND, I was doing their dad's laundry, too! You DEFINITELY use less and save money as well as the environment. The oil works better than aloe-vera for its healing properties, and the hand lotion is amazing! My boys like the toothpaste (for kids) and so do I (the grownup ones), and the koala pals bath gel and shampoo are great, too! As to the tub n tile, put a little in with the Mela-power, and you'll get years-old stains out of your clothes without damaging or discoloring them! And, to get REALLY personal, the Nature's Cleanse is GREAT! :) I've heard from people that have eczema, that using the body or hand lotion daily really helps and clears it up so they stop itching and scratching and that they eventually can't tell where the "affected" areas are.
My best suggestion is to try a few products that you think you'll DEFINITELY use, even if you're not in love with them, and expand from there.