Melaleuca Alloy Body Wash Review and Testimonial

melaleuca alloy body washI absolutely love the Melaleuca Alloy Body Wash.

It was one of the first products I tried out when I joined Melaleuca in 2004 and it is still one of my top 3 favorite Melaleuca products of all time.

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 about once every 90-120 days.  I simply buy it directly from people who are still in the company.

I don’t use it every day, but I try to use it once or twice a week as a special treat.

The Ingredients

According to the company’s official website, here are SOME of the ingredients of the Alloy Body Wash.

  • Water
  • Sodium Coco-Sulfate
  • Citric Acid
  • Coumarin
  • Linalool
  • And much more!

The body-wash costs more than similar body washes in the grocery store, but I’ve found that it’s worth it (for me anyway).

Additionally, when I use it frequently, 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’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 depending upon where you buy it.

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.

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37 thoughts on “Melaleuca Alloy Body Wash Review and Testimonial”

  1. I have never heard of this kind myself but I am s picky with body wash. I only use paraben free brands that I know weren’t tested on animals. I will have to look into the brand and see if it is something I may like. I have very sensitive skin that is prone to drying so I have to be careful.

  2. Nice, Chuck. Gotta like a lady who appreciates Alloy. 🙂 The Alloy Fusion body spray is out as of October 1, 2014 – for a limited time. it will be available online then or through their holiday catalog you can download in PDF form. It’s the better AXE alternative.

      1. I just purchased another tube of Alloy Body wash just today. The retail price is $9.50 the preferred customer price is $6.59. This is for 7.1 fluid ounces. I’ve tried everything from Axe to Caress to the generic stuff. Nothing compares. Plus – and I don’t think anyone really talks about this – I use less product per use in just about all the Melaleuca products, especially the Bath & Body products. I think a lot of it is that most of the personal products do not contain animal fat. I think animal fat is a filler that may make up the volume of most other brands (now that’s just a guess on my part). So with my preferred customer price, plus the product itself lasting longer, plus my loyalty shopping dollars cash I use to defray the cost of my orders, this product is surely worth it in value – in the quality of the product itself AND economically. People will make time and spend money for things they perceive they need and want. If a person doesn’t see the value and they don’t want it, they won’t spend the money on it. It’s merely “pain management”.

  3. We love the Melaleuca products. The body wash is good and the RENEW is even better. Combine that with the Herbal Shampoo and the tooth paste and you have a winning combination.

  4. Quality product, but after reading your price comparison with other products it seems a bit too expensive for me.

    1. That is also where I have some issues. It would be great if Melaleuca and other MLM companies could find a way to bring costs down to something that is comparable to retail. I believe they don’t need to be as cheap, but at least in the ballpark. Personally, I will use soaps and body washes from retail until costs come down some. Let me know if any of you are giving any of this great stuff away. LOL.

      I would mention that linalool is made with terpene alcohol which is known to dry the skin.

  5. I got this a stocking stuffer a few years back and have been loving it ever since. I don’t care if it’s more expensive. It smells great and it cleans you up real good.

  6. The Alloy Body Wash is good, but it is way to expensive for my liking. You can buy “off brand” body washes at Wal-mart for almost 80% cheaper. If you are on a tight budget, you probably shouldn’t spend your money on this product.

    1. I agree that the Alloy Body Wash is expensive compared to similar products. Yes, you can buy cheaper (much cheaper) stuff at Wal-mart. Do what is best for your budget.

  7. I tried the Alloy body wash once. It smelled good, but I still can’t justify the price. My family is on a budget, so it wouldn’t work for us. That being said, it would be a nice treat to get a bottle once or twice a year.

  8. My husband loves this stuff. I got him some Alloy Body wash with my first order and he’s been hooked on it ever since. We’ve been customers with Melaleuca for just over 11 years now. The products are great.

  9. The Melaleuca Alloy Body Wash is great. I first got this as a gift from a Secret Santa at work. I didn’t think much of it at the time. It came with the deodorant, too. When I got it, I thought someone was trying to send me a message that I needed better hygiene. That definitely wasn’t the case. In either case, I brought it home and forgot about it for a few months. But the next time I ran out of shower gel, I tried it out. I was hooked right from the first moment. I’ve been using it for a couple years now and love it. I’m not affiliated with the company so I normally buy it on Amazon or eBay. I’ve even given away a few to my guy friends and they all loved it, too.


  10. The Melaleuca Alloy Body Wash is awesome. I can’t use it every day because it dries out my skin. But I love the smell of it.


  11. I thought the Melaleuca Body wash a bit too strong. I’ve used it twice now and the smell is unbearable. I’ve decided I can’t use it anymore.


  12. My boyfriend uses the Melaleuca Alloy body wash and he enjoys it too. He says that it provides him the nice balance of scent and moisture. Plus, since he has sensitive skin he can appreciate that it doesn’t dry him out too much. I must agree that the smell is wonderful and I don’t think that either one of us mind paying a little bit more for the product. I promote quality over saving a few cents or dollars when it comes to the skin and body anyway.

    1. I just wanted to compare my favorite three body washes for you, in terms of price per ounce. Here are my favorite three body washes.

      The Amway Body Series Body wash features a 33.8 ounce container that sells for $11.80 retail. That means it costs 35 cents per ounce. The cost does not include tax or shipping. Yes, you can get it a little bit cheaper as a distributor.

      CVS Moisture and Renewal Body Wash with Milk and Honey. This sells for $4.19 for 18 ounces, which breaks down to a cost of 23 cents per ounce. This does not include sales tax.

      The Melaleuca Alloy Body Wash sells for $6.59 (distributor price) for a 7.1 ounce tube. That means it costs 93 cents per ounce. This does not include tax or shipping. Retail customers pay $9.50 for the 7.1 ounce tube which would be a cost of $1.34 per ounce.

      In summary, here are the prices per ounce for each body wash:

      – Melaleuca Alloy Body Wash costs 93 cents per ounce for distributors (not including tax and shipping).
      – Amway Body Series Body Wash costs 35 cents per ounce for customers (not including tax and shipping).
      – CVS Moisture and Renewal costs 23 cents per ounce.

      At the end of the day, the Melaleuca Alloy Body Wash is typically 3 to 4 times the cost of its competitors.

      These prices are as of May 2013.

  13. My wife ordered a couple of the Melaleuca Alloy Body wash off Amazon after her girlfriend told her how much her husband liked it. I tried it out for the first time last week and love it. The smell is incredible.


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