Owner: Wendy Lewis & Randy Ray
Type of Business: Multilevel Marketing (MLM)
Price: Minimum of $199.95 + $49.95 for membership (shipping not included)
Overall Rating: 2/5 stars
For the most part, it’s either you’re into network marketing or you’re not. You love it or you hate it. There’s no real neutral ground. For me, I couldn’t really care less about both sides, which is why this review will help you the most.
I am not one to bash or praise a company, especially a multilevel marketing businesses. I have been apart of some and have had success, but I have a unique thought on this. Just like everyone else, I have my OPINION on Jeunesse and its products.
I don’t really want to get into the product so much, simply because there is no end to them. “It works” and “it doesn’t work” is all you’re going to get.
You’ll get nothing but praising from its members and you’ll get nothing but bashing from people that have either lost a lot of money with MLM or they just don’t like it. Period.
You get my point? Well let’s get on with this review and I will show you what I really think about this company and maybe dabble a little around the make you look 15 again cream.
What is Jeunesse?
Nothing more than a multilevel marketing company with anti-aging as its target market. Just like every other MLM you’ve seen, it comes with a compensation plan, products, and recruiting.
Some may try and tweak these programs, but it will always go back to those three things and it will probably never change.
I tried joining one MLM due to their claims about not having to recruit a single person to make any money, and that my friend was nothing but a complete flop.
I am still a member, but I will not promote it even if I could make money from it. Click here to see more on this scheme, so you can see how you can’t trust any MLM, no matter what they say.
Who this is for
We all know that MLM is not for everyone and this is not the exception. If you are not into network marketing and you don’t like recruiting, then this is definitely not for you.
This would be great for anyone that is looking for some type of anti-aging cream and is also looking to build a business at the same time.
There are many other anti-aging MLMs out there and they all claim to be the best. Honestly, I think they are all the same. Nerium was one of them and I’ve heard they aren’t doing too good.
There are various products that you get with its Luminesce lineup being the most popular. They can all be purchased separately, but you will need to get with a rep to purchase them.
You already know these products are not going to be cheap and you will have to fork out some serious dough if you want to start earning in their compensation plan too.
Just to get started, it is going to cost you about $250 to get some products and start earning by getting others to join you.
In order to join, you will need to signup with one of its members, which is how most MLMs do things these days.
There are too many products to go over and I think that will be a waste of time, being that you have probably seen them through the person who introduced you to this program, so I’ll save you the headache.
Pros & Cons
- Can make you money
- Decent products
- Requires recruiting
- Not guaranteed
- Is a pyramid style business
Owner: Wendy Lewis & Randy Ray
Price: $250 minimum to get started
Overall Rating: Not Recommended
Is Jeunesse a Scam?
Although I think this is a completely legitimate program, I can’t recommend it. It is not a scam and it can make you money, but with a 98% fail rate, how can you anyone recommend it?
I think the owners of this product have put in enough work and money than to get bashed for whatever reason anyone has.
They have a product and they offer people an opportunity to make some money so I really don’t see what the problem is.
We all know these types of programs are in the “pyramid scheme” category, but at least you know what your’e getting yourself into.
As much as I wouldn’t recommend Jounesse, it would just be wrong for me to talk bad about them or even praise them like it’s the best thing since sliced bread, just to get you to join me.
What I Really Think
MLM is just not for everyone, and that’s a fact. With everyone trying to get you to join so they can make money is not the best business model out there.
Once you join Jeunesse, your main focus would be on trying to market yourself and get people to join you in your latest and greatest business opportunity.
I think people have seen enough of these “opportunities” and they don’t want to hear what you have to say. This type of stuff is not new.
However, if you are into the whole recruiting thing and you can see yourself selling this product, then you might want to give it a shot.
Yes, it is still your pyramid style business, but there is an opportunity for you to make some money. It is not my #1 recommendation when it comes to working from home, but it is an option and it can work.
Thanks for reading my review of Jounesse and hopefully I have given you a better understanding of what you will be getting yourself into. Whether you’re a member or not, I would love to hear what you have to say about this, so please do share. Cheers!
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