I absolutely love the Melaleuca Alloy Body Wash.
The product is great quality, smells good and leaves you fresh and clean.
Even though I am a former Melaleuca Marketing Executive (left the company in 2005), I still purchase the Alloy Body Wash several times per year. I simply buy it directly from some friends of mine who are still Marketing Executives.
I don’t use it every day, but I try to use it once or twice a week as a special treat.
Melaleuca Alloy Body Wash Ingredients
According to the company’s official website, here are SOME of the ingredients of the Melaleuca Alloy Body Wash.
- Sodium Coco-Sulfate
- Citric Acid
- And much more!
The body-wash costs a little bit more than similar body washes you can purchase at the discount store, or Amazon, but I’ve found that it’s worth it (for me anyway). After all, you get what you pay for.
Additionally, when I use it every single day, I’ve found that it sometimes dries out my skin. I’m not sure if that has anything to do with the product itself, or just my sensitive skin. When that happens, I use the Renew lotion and everything is back to normal.
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Whenever I use the Melaleuca Alloy Body Wash my wife tells me I smell great! That’s about the only motivation I need to keep using this product.
I should also chime in here and tell you that I am a collector of body washes. I know it sounds weird, but I enjoy trying out many different body washes to see the difference in smell, and feel on my skin.
If you look in my shower and closet, I probably have 20-30 different body washes. Out of all of these products, the Melaleuca Alloy Body Wash is my favorite.
I’d like to hear if there are any other Melaleuca Alloy Body wash fans out there. If you are a fan, why not leave a testimonial below and share your experience with others? Tell us what you like and dislike about the product.
One bottle is 7.1 fl oz. It retails somewhere between $8 and $10 per bottle. Keep in mind that the price does change from time to time. Contact your local Melaleuca Marketing Executive to get the current price.
Disclaimer: Melaleuca and the Alloy Body Wash are registered trademarks owned by the company. I am in no way affiliated with the company. All views in this blog post are my own. The products are not designed to treat, cure or prevent any disease. To learn more about Melaleuca, please visit their official website here.