Shaklee is the number one natural nutrition company in the US, and they’ve been doing it for over 50 years. Their products are green and clean and their philosophy is : HEALTHY HOME, HEALTHY YOU, HEALTHY LIFE.
Pam was kind enough to send me a few Shaklee products to try out, and I am happy to attest that these things are the real deal.
This is one of Shaklee’s most popular products, the super-concentrated, award-winning, all-natural “Get Clean.” That little bottle on the right makes 48 gallons of cleaner! That’s equal to 5,824 bottles of Windex!
See the recipes on the bottles above? 1-2 drops of the H2 concentrate = an entire bottle of window cleaner? I gave it a whirl, and it works great. I’ve already burned through several bottles (I’m a cleaner!) and the amount of concentrate in the bottle has barely budged. (pssst, it’s also a freaking bargain!)
Absolutely zero of their products are ever tested on animals too.
These are a couple of the other products I’ve tried, the Vita-Lea daily vitamins and the Meadow Blend Bar, which sounds like a tasty energy snack, but is in fact soap, although don’t call it soap, because it is soap-free!
But honest to goodness truth here, I haven’t had a single one since I started using both of these products. And I’m pretty sure the non-soap soap isn’t even meant for your face, but it’s gentle enough and all-natural, and I’m lazy, so what the heck, I use it. I don’t know if it’s a combination of the soap and the high-potency vitamins swirling around in my bloodstream or what, but that’s my testimonial yo.
Shaklee does have an entire line of beauty products (including cleansers actually meant for your face): Healthy Beauty, along with Healthy Home, Healthy Nutrition and Healthy Weight.
So if you are interested in these products, it might be worth it to consider becoming a distributor. It’s easy and inexpensive to get started, especially with the 20% rebate! Just contact Pam, either through her website or email email@example.com. She’s been doing this for 35 years; she knows her stuff!