The 25 Best MLM Companies Ranked

Welcome to our MLM list for 2017.

Here are the best MLM (multi-level marketing) opportunities of 2017. All based off of our reviews, market trends, and the ability to make money for their distributors.

Number 25: Kannaway

This company makes it on the list due to it’s “first to market” style. With cannabis popularity on the rise in various products, Kannaway wants to be a professional in the phytocannabinoids industry. It barely makes the list, but it could be a great opportunity since it is something everyone is talking about and they are the only MLM in the arena right now.

Number 24: Arbonne

One of the many in the botanical products niche. That said, Arbonne has style and everything they sell looks good. There is also a good range of items that will help you do direct sales as well as get your network built out quickly. The average income in the comp plan is also promising with a decent amount of reps making it to the second and third levels (when compared to other MLMs). Continue reading

Nature’s Care Review — Is it a scam?

Nature’s Care is an Australian-based MLM in a few different categories including; supplements, baby products, and skin care.

The company was started in 1990 by a person the site simply calls, Jina. Jina read about the incredible benefits of garlic and decided to make her own mix and sell it via the network marketing business model. It’s grown from there.

Products seems to be growing, but they are all “green” and health focused. The categories seem a bit more varied than other MLMS in that they have supplements (a common offer from these companies) and baby-specific products (as far as we can tell, Nature’s Care is the only company with this specific category.

But, are the a viable business model.


There are three broad categories with Nature’s Care, each with one or more lines of product. We’ll go over the three as well as some of the products in each.

First up, there is the supplement line (a bit like Stemtech).

Those who are familiar with MLM businesses will be comfortable here. It’s here that the company focuses and there are five supplement lines in the category. Two of the lines are Australia specific and may not benefit you unless you live down under.

The “Royal” line is a premium supplement brand that’s made from all organic materials including something called “Royal Propolis”.

According to the Nature’s Care site:

Royal propolis is a pure, organic substance that is collected by bees from the leaf buds and trees.

There is also a line called “NC Pro Series”. This supplement is kind of a one-size-fits-all adults brand that can be marketed to just about anyone.

Next up in the category list are the baby products.

Other companies may sell a product that can be used on babies, or even a specific baby product or two. That said, Nature’s Care is the only MLM that we’ve reviewed that has an entire category devoted to infants.

Three of the products are skin related. Essentially, they’re a set of vitamin-infused lotions that help baby and his/her skin (like Nu Skin for babies).

Surprisingly, there is also a formula to feed babies. There are a few versions of the Mei Mei Gold Plus + formula. Versions include several infant formulas as well as a toddler version. According to Nature’s care the formula is:

a premium infant formula that is nutritionally complete to ensure healthy growth and development. Omega-3 (DHA, ARA), to support brain and eye development. Lutein to help support infants’ sensitive eyes. Nucleotides and β-carotene to help support immunity and a healthy digestive system.

Baby products are interesting and could set this MLM apart from others, especially from young mothers—which seem to be a target market for a lot of network marketing companies nowadays.

This particular line could be an easy sell to a crowd that seems to gravitate toward one another anyway.

While it’s not their main line of products, it is the most unique and could bring a high level of success to the right consultant; provided the quality is good enough for a mom and dad to give to their children.

Last up in the categories are the skin care product lines. There are six in total including; Leimei, Fairy, Paw Paw, Super Life, NC 24, and Nature’s Care Organic.

Nature’s Care Organic uses a bit of the company’s Australian edge and is made specifically from organic fruit extracts that are found in the country itself. Honestly, this may only be a novelty, but it could proved useful to some.

There is also a skin whitening line (NC 24), a youth skincare lotion, and a therapeutic line (Paw Paw) that is said to help calm nerves along with keeping skin in good condition.

Compensation Plan

Unfortunately, there isn’t a compensation plan to be found on the entire world wide web (we checked).

It seems as though, the company is still focusing on growth in the Australian market. However, you can purchase Nature’s Care products in other areas of the world. It just seems as though they are not interested in signing up contractors from abroad at this particular point in their business venture.

Whether or not this will change in the future is unclear. If you are in Australia and can find a distributor to join up under, they will likely have information on the payouts and commission levels. Right now, that’s not something we can provide.

The website does ask those interested in joining to email the company, but it really doesn’t even allude to anything.

One of the most vital things in the MLM industry is to convey how network marketers can build their networks and make money on their investment. Nature’s Care doesn’t even show how much of an investment it will be to get started.

Not exactly reassuring, even if you are in the same country that they seem to be allowing marketers to join.


For better or worse, this one is cut and dry. It’s a no. Not because of shady business or a poor structure, but simply because there is no data.

If you are not in Australia, it’s an easy decision. You can’t join (yet). If you are, you’ll still want to do some research and see how you can get paid and whether or not it’s worth the venture.

That said, without any sort of information on sign up fees, product commissions, or the structure at which you can grow your network; even starting out in the Great Down Under may not be an option for many.

DoTerra Review — Is it a scam?

DoTerra is a wildly popular essential oil MLM that earns the number one spot on our top 25 MLMs.

Many MLM companies seem to be started as merely a means to make money, but DoTerra was started by a small selection of healthcare professionals with the ultimate intention of embracing the natural healing effects of essential oils.

The name comes from Latin meaning, “Gift of the Earth,” and is the focus on the company. The high quality essential oils are sold by independent sellers that build a team beneath them and profit is made from the monthly subscription of the sellers along with their team. Continue reading

Mary Kay Review — Is it a scam?

Mary Kay is a cosmetic MLM company that most people have heard of.

It is much like Avon, but is marketed toward younger customers. They have a large line of beauty and makeup products and are known to give pink cars to their most successful sales representatives.

Getting into selling Mary Kay is relatively easy and the products are generally marketed by parties in which the representative gives discounts and even makeovers to the guests.

Mary Kay products are among the most sought-after products on the market today as they have been proven to work and offer a range of different products.

Prices for these products range from a few dollars all the way into the hundreds, so no matter the price range your perspective customer is in, they are likely to be able to find something to purchase from the extensive Mary Kay collection. Continue reading

Avon Review — Is it a scam?

Avon is a cosmetic MLM company that has been around for many years and sells many different products.

Its original founding was in 1886 in New York, but the popularity of the products they sell reached a landmark year in 2013 with sales at over $10 billion.

The popularity of the brand is not just about the name, but the products themselves. Avon works to offer the best products possible all while making accessibility easy with representatives throughout the world. Avon parties are a staple in America and everyone seems to know someone who actively sells the products. Continue reading

Pure Haven Essentials Review — Is it a scam?

Pure Haven Essentials is a home goods MLM that sells green cleaning and health products.

Some MLM companies are all about products that nourish the body, but they fail to see the fact that many of the products throughout the world that are meant to help actually have many harmful ingredients that do more damage than good.

The founders of Pure Haven Essentials desired to bring products to the world that did not have harmful chemicals that caused damage to the body.

Their goal is to provide safe, effective, and trustworthy products to families throughout the United States and ultimately, the world. Continue reading

Tecademics Review — Is it a scam?

Tecademics is a bit different than other MLMs, in that it has nothing to do with the sale of physical products.

MLM companies come in a range of types, but most of them have something to do with the health and wellness fields. Instead the company sells ideas and tools to assist people in venturing out into their own entrepreneurial endeavors.

There are a couple of MLMs that aren’t the norm (like Lyoness), but Tecademics stands out a bit more.

The owner of the company has helped countless individuals develop their dream of becoming their own boss and he hopes to help you as well.

The company was founded by Chris Record who has a history of successful business ventures. Tecademics is run primarily from Arizona, but will surely find its way into other areas of the county soon. Continue reading

Pampered Chef Review — Is it a scam?

Pampered Chef was established in 1980 with the belief that having quality cooking products as well as providing empowerment through instruction and tips would provide a brand that people would want to invest in.

Over 30 years later, the brands building concepts have proven to be of worth. Pampered Chef is a globally recognized brand with consistent growth. Sought by both professionals in the culinary field and from food enthusiasts, the company is worth considering.

Pampered Chef may have the largest selection of products of any M2M brand on the market.

With 104 products offered for under $5, 139 products under $10, 224 products under $25, 109 under $50, 31 under $75, 9 under $100, and 39 products offered over $100 the selection is quite diverse.

Additionally, the availability of the product in multiple online stores such as AmazonEbay, and Walmart have boosted the awareness of the brand. Continue reading

OmniLife Review — Is it a scam?

OmniLife follows the health and wellness business model at the heart of many MLM companies.

Their approach to business is empowering their sellers to grow their own individual businesses within the company.

OmniLife was founded by Jorge Vergara in 1991 so it is among the oldest MLMs on the market today making it a valid choice for many looking to become their own boss.

The products offered by OmniLife expand throughout the realm of nutritional products as well as into cosmetics. These products are designed to enhance the life of the user in a variety of ways from providing energy to proper hydration and even customizable nutrition options. Continue reading

Arbonne Review — Is it a scam?

Arbonne is an MLM in the skin care and body niche (like Youngevity) that has been around since 1980 and since that time has spread throughout the world in multiple countries.

The reasons for their overall success are numerous, but one of the most important reasons is around what the company actually stands for.

Arbonne is based upon the simple mentality of pure, safe, and beneficial products. They utilize cutting edge science to ensure that every product within the Arbonne family is perfect. Continue reading

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