Forever Living Review – Still Going Strong in 2018? Find Out…

Welcome to my Forever Living Review!

You stumbled across this post because someone either approached you or maybe you were searching around for the best mlm companies and found Forever Living.

First I would like to congratulate you because not many people do their diligence before they join a company.

I am going to walk you through everything so you can make the right decision to join.

Just pay close attention and read this to the end…

Forever Living Review – The Company


Forever Living Review

Founded in 1978 and based in Scottsdale, Arizona, Forever Living is one of the biggest network marketing companies out there with over 9.5 million global distributors and in over 150 countries.

The astonishing piece of data I gathered was the CEO of Forever Living started this business by offering the products and opportunity to his closest family and friends.

This is what network marketing is all about, instead of trying to advertise your business through radio, classified ads or media, you go out there and spread it by word of mouth.

This way the network marketing company pays you directly instead of paying for advertisements.

Forever Living Reviews – The Products

Forever Living Products

All of the Forever Living products are based on Aloe Vera which is a natural plant with great healing attributes.

Some of the things Aloe Vera does is help with weight loss, more energy, heals skin burns and helps keep your digestive system in check.

Because the products are all natural, there is no real side effects that you have to be concerned with.

The product line ranges from cosmetics, health drinks and specialized skin car products.

A lot of people claim that these products actually do help them, but again nothing can’t be claimed because it’s not FDA approved which is just a scam on it’s own if you ask me.

Next, let’s take a look at the compensation plan inside of this Forever Living Review…

Forever Living Compensation Plan

Like any mlm company, Forever Living gives you the opportunity to make money through their products and through sponsoring other members into your team.

The great thing about the product line is the great profit margins, you can make 43% per sale which is on the high side.

Unlike many other companies like this, Forever Living has no membership fee’s or joining fee’s to get started.

You just pay for the products you want to sell and your set.

That’s the not the only way of making money, there is another way in this Forever Living review.

That my friend is called sponsoring members.

You get paid a commission anytime you sign someone under you in your business.

The way you get paid will be in the compensation plan which this video will explain.

Forever Living Compensation Plan Review

Instead of you reading what this compensation plan is all about, I gave you a video you can review and see if it’s right for you.

In a nutshell, the more people you sponsor under you, the more money you will make in the company.

It’s leveraging other people to make you money while they create an income for themselves.  That is the network marketing way!

Verdict On Forever Living

After reading this Forever Living review, do you still think it’s a scam?

Do you think it’s a pyramid scheme?

To be honest with you, it’s NOT a scam and it’s not a pyramid scheme.

First off, pyramid schemes are illegal and Forever Living has been in business since 1978!

If you want to know what a pyramid scheme is check this out.

So will there be challenges for you in this company?

Yes of course and this is the reason why 98% of people fail in network marketing…they refuse to invest in themselves.

98% of the people have a lottery mentality that believe by just signing up, you will make million’s over night!


To be successful in Forever Living, you have to invest in people skills, sponsoring skills and personal development so you become a better person.

The sad reality is people are willing to invest in College to become a Doctor, but won’t invest even a month to educate themselves acquire the skills to be successful in network marketing.

The Solution?

You either invest in yourself, or you need to find another business model that works without recruiting anyone.

You see,

To make make money in network marketing, you have to sponsor a ton of people and you have to learn those skill sets.

The product sales along are not going to cut it my friend.

Unless you do a ton of retail sales which is still a possibility of course can’t completely rule that out…

Overall, Forever Living is 100% legit maybe try out the products and see how you like them before joining.

Before of all those reasons, I rate this the following:  

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SHIV KUMAR - November 29, 2014


Concerned of London - May 7, 2015

“You get paid a commission anytime you sign someone under you in your business.”

“A pyramid scheme is an unsustainable business model that involves promising participants payment or services, primarily for enrolling other people into the scheme”

Thanks for the link that demonstrates how close to a pyramid scheme Forever Living actually is.

    Jesse Singh - May 7, 2015


    Actually it’s not a pyramid scheme.

    Working for a job is a pyramid scheme where the CEO makes millions, and managers make less, supervisors make less and the people on the bottom make the least.

    Forever Living has products and when you enroll people, they have to purchase a product pack.

    I am not in affiliated with Forever Living, but people need to know that “Network Marketing” is not a pyramid scheme, there are products that are being sold.

      claire - May 14, 2015

      any scheme where sales of the product are not where the money is to be made, but to get other people to sign up to sell product where THEY won’t make any money that way without signing yet MORE people up, is PYRAMID selling and the legal wriggling out of it needs to be tightened up. It is DISHONEST and IMMORAL and you, my friend, should be ashamed of yourself.

        Jesse Singh - May 14, 2015


        First of all, I am not even in Forever Living LOL.

        Why so angry?

        You know what a real pyramid scheme is?

        Your job!

        Look at who’s on the top and then look whos on the bottom working their butts off.

        You should be ashamed of yourself for getting deceived.

          Sandeep - August 12, 2015

          Mr. J. Singh
          I want to know about results of the product,
          How much effective for patient.

          Jesse Singh - August 13, 2015


          I am not actually in Forever Living if you read my review.

          Aloe Vera in general is very good for you, but it shouldn’t be used on a patient to cure.

        Jim - June 24, 2015

        Claire, you are so wrong, I’m currently involved in network marketing, (not Flp- never even used the stuff), but ” pyramid selling” is an illegal practise often confused with MLM/network marketing.
        You need to educate yourself before making totally wrong statements.

        Beauty Hwindizi - July 20, 2015

        To help you understand what network marketing is, I must first explain what it isn’t. First, network marketing isn’t a pyramid scheme. Pyramids are programs similar to chain letters where people just invest money based on the promise that other people will put in money that will filtrate back to them and somehow, they’ll get rich. A pyramid is strictly a money game and has no basis in real commerce. Normally, there’s no product involved at all, just money changing hands. Modern-day pyramids may have a product, but it’s clearly there just to disguise the money game.
        Network marketing is a legitimate business. First, it’s based on providing people with real, legitimate products they need and want at a fair price. While some people do make a lot of money through network marketing, their financial benefit is always the result of their own dedicated efforts in building an organization that sells real products and services.
        Pyramids are illegal and are based on taking advantage of people. For a person to actually make money in a pyramid scheme, someone else has to lose money. But in network marketing, each person can multiply his or her efforts, skills and talents by helping others be successful. Network marketing has proved itself as part of the new economy and a preferred way to do business here and around the world.
        Network marketing isn’t about taking advantage of your friends and relatives. Only a few years ago, network marketing meant retailing to, and sponsoring people from, your “warm list” of prospects. Although sharing the products or services and the opportunity with people you know is still the basic foundation of the business, today we see more people using sophisticated marketing techniques such as the Internet, conference calling and other long-distance sponsoring techniques to extend their network across the country.
        Network marketing isn’t a get-rich-quick scheme. Of course some people do make large amounts of money very quickly. Many would say those people are lucky. But success in networking isn’t based on luck. (Unfortunately, money won’t sprout wings and fly into your bank account no matter what someone has promised you.) Success in network marketing is based on following some very basic yet dynamic principles.
        Now let’s discuss what network marketing is. Network marketing is a serious business for serious people. It’s a proven system where the design, creation and expense the corporate team has gone through becomes a road map for your own success. Just follow the simple, proven and duplicable system that the good companies provide.
        The real key is this: Network marketing is all about leverage. You can leverage your time and increase the number of hours of work effort on which you can be paid by sponsoring other people and earning a small income on their efforts. J. Paul Getty, who created one of the world’s greatest fortunes, said “I would rather make 1 percent on the efforts of 100 people than 100 percent on my own efforts.” This very basic concept is the cornerstone of network marketing.
        For example, most successful people building a network marketing business do so in an organized method. They work a few dedicated hours each week, with each hour of effort serving as a building block for their long-term business growth. Then they sponsor other people and teach those people how to sell the company product and sponsor others who duplicate the process.
        By helping the people you personally sponsor to sponsor others, you duplicate yourself. As this process continues, you create compound growth that can lead to hundreds or even thousands of people coming into your business. You leverage your time by helping others be successful and earn an income from all their efforts.
        With network marketing, there are no big capital requirements, no geographical limitations, no minimum quotas required and no special education or skills needed. Network marketing is a low-overhead, homebased business that can actually offer many of the tax advantages associated with owning your own business. Network marketing is a people-to-people business that can significantly expand your circle of friends. It’s a business that enables you to travel and have fun as well as enjoy the lifestyle that extra income can provide.

        I love forever living products and I am proud Distributor (FBO)

          Elle Smith - July 31, 2015

          HaHa Aloe Vera isnt all its cracked up to be, try coconut oil from the local supermarket, great for all things, especially what Aloe Vera claims to be for — Sunburn! I use coconut oil to sunbathe and never once burned. Also good for many more things. Just look up coconut oil rather than Aloe Vera

          Ben - November 9, 2015

          I am so so so in love with foreverliving…I get paid for just having fun..hahahahaha…!.. Hey Beauty Hwindizi…i would love to see you at the trip to johannesburg..
          your post was excellent..100% right ..

          CvdBerg - April 7, 2016

          Well said Beauty!
          Network marketing is hard work but it does pay off. The question to the naysayers out there is;

          1. Would you rather work hard in network marketing where you are pushed out of your comfort zone and will grow exponentially as a person, where you determine the amount you make and time you put in?


          2. Do you never try anything else than what you know, go to the same job and earn a capped salary until the day you retire..if you can afford to retire?

          People that speak out so harshly against a business model like MLM, are afraid of change and don’t want anyone else to try either. They try to hold themselves and everyone else back.

          Jesse Singh - April 7, 2016

          Great post 🙂

emma - June 2, 2015

i have question as to whether this is just a disguised Pyramid scheme. the income people make merely for recruiting shows that someone somewhere was duped. products are overly priced to compansate the members up the pyramid. for this reason i have no doubt in mind this is a form of pyramid scheme or a disguised one.

    Jesse Singh - June 3, 2015


    Network Marketing that have products are not pyramid schemes.

    If people are getting recruited and there is NO product, then it is.

    Adorabella - July 28, 2016

    Hello Emma, FLP is NOT a pyramid scheme. And no one anywhere is being duped. Infant the payment method is so straight forward. Why not take your time to carefully read up to understand every details.

Ben M. - June 16, 2015

First, thank you for sharing your insight.
Second, Believe & Emerge. Successful like minded people in a business venture will bring success. Lastly, the people working a regular job will always be in the pyramid scheme and never be aware.
Networking is a challenge, but worth every spent energy.
God bless my friend.

Deedee - October 6, 2015

I’ve had a terrible experience with a ‘friend’ taking me through their presentation.

The policy appears to be to ask friends & family to listen to your presentation in order to support you, so that you can gain experience & achieve points or something.

But in reality the ‘presentation’ is a hard-sell to try & get you interested in signing up as a distributor. That’s grossly dishonest to start with.

I am disabled & my daily/weekly activities are greatly restricted by my condition, particularly in the last five years.

So I became very sad & upset by the end of the presentation as it reminded me of all the things I’d love to be doing but cannot physically do.

At which point the presenter had to go & I’ve heard nothing since, except receiving another link to watch some more sales pitches (Sorry, stories & presentations sounds so much nicer, don’t you think? Dishonest but more pleasant on the ear).

As a vulnerable person I feel emotionally used & abused by my friend & by the aggressive marketing techniques they use.

And no follow-up to see if I’m ok. People can become very depressed or suicidal when struggling with limitations of their health.

This has totally put me off ever buying their products again as I cannot be the first or the last person to be manipulated & abused in this way to try to achieve unrealistic targets.

To my mind, it’s totally irresponsible & coercive to be aggressively selling to people who are not looking for or cannot even benefit from such a ‘business opportunity’.

    Lockie - October 18, 2015

    No-one should be trying to coerce you. Was it a 1to1 with your friend, a product party or a business presentation? You should always feel you can say no. If you had expressed no interest in the business, personally I wouldn’t even present the business to you, if you had but felt at any stage it wasn’t for you then I would stop. This is what your friend should have done.

    As for aggressive selling, that shouldn’t happen. Products should be tried by distributors and their families and friends (if they are willing), that’s how to start and the products should sell without having to push people to buy. That is the company training.

    I use the products, I have now decided to try the business out for myself. I had a launch party at my house, I very categorically stated at the start I did not expect anyone to buy anything. I just wanted to demo the products. I had a lot of interaction from everyone. They all went away with brochures and leaflets. I did not get one sale that night. But I have had orders from those people since. The company offers a 60 day money back guarantee so there isn’t any need for aggressive selling.

    I researched a lot of MLM companies. I was approached about the business 2 years ago. Forever is, from what I’ve found, a good business opportunity. You do not have to part with any cash to become a distributor although they recommend purchasing the new distributor pack which contains the best selling products, a lot of literature, welcome pack to get you started. If it is not for you then you can return your pack, within a specified amount of time, and the company will reimburse you. You can earn as much or as little as your time and commitment allows. You set your own goals.

Alex - November 17, 2015

The big question is if the Forever Living business opportunity is a scam. I feel we need to separate the product from the business. The actual product seems pretty good but their efficacy is hard to judge. I’ll leave for someone else to do
I do have major reservations about the forever living approach to selling. You should ask yourself these two questions before joining them.
1 Is money and making money your God?
2 Are you to totally prepared submerge yourself and your individuality in order to make money?
If you can honestly say yes to both questions then read no further, otherwise, read on.
Forever living pride themselves on their ethical approach. Believe me their approach to selling is far from ethical. I signed up to the Forever Living group some time ago. I was interested in making some money and helping people. But I made it clear to my “supervisor” that I’m an individual and would do things my way.
But as I got further into things I really didn’t like what I found.
Making money is God for this group and the people within it. They will sell their products for whatever illness or disability exists. I have seen advisors saying that they can treat MS, relieve cancer, treat diabetes etc etc. It’s all there on their Facebook pages. No matter what illness one has the forever living group will have some potion for it. They will never turn away a potential customer. For every potential customer is a potential recruit and every recruit makes more money for the recruiter. The more you recruit the more you make. That simple. People inexorably get sucked into the whole obsessive process.
Once someone buys from a member then they too will become a target for recruitment. Every single customer is targeted and an attempt will be made to recruit them. They will promise anything to recruit. Why? Because every single person recruited brings extra money in for the recruiter.
Forever living is a pyramid selling business. They have to say it isn’t because in many countries pyramid selling is illegal. There is nothing sophisticated in their approach. Basically the more you sell and recruit then the further up the ladder you get. They conveniently have propaganda( literature )attempting to show why they aren’t a pyramid.
They have pompous job titles like supervisor and manager etc. This is all nonsense and part of their seduction technique.
If a member fails to sell them your supervisor will forget about you. Why? Because you aren’t making them extra money.
Yes some people make at lot of money. But to do so you have to completely immerse yourself in the group. You will have to recruit your friends and family. They are especially keen on getting members to recruit their partners thus strengthening their hold on them.
Their approach is insidious and based entirely on our weaknesses. They are very clever how they word their literature so as to avoid any investigations. But they expect total loyalty to their approach and will not allow any deviation from their methodology.
The aloe Vera product is almost incidental in the forever living approach. It’s simply the means to make money.
Recruits will be expected to watch mindless live video streams of so called product launches and team meetings etc. These are nothing more than propaganda based video streams about how good the product is and how much money you can make. I gave up watching them as they were so boring with every single person saying exactly the same thing. Money money money.
Successful Members ( those who make the most money )will be invited to massive conventions in large arenas around the world. I watched one is complete disbelief as the audience went wild every time money and profit was mentioned. It made me feel quite ill to see so many people obsessed by making money.
I don’t see anything illegal in their approach. I found it to be immoral and left much to be desired. I found their ethical assertions to be farcical as they indoctrinate the most pliable into completely accepting everything they are fed day after day.
I believe that over 90% of recruits drop out. The collective do not want anyone who won’t make them money.
When I signed up there were things that I wasn’t told about. For example, recruits have to pay for everything. You even have to pay forever living for your order forms. This was appalling.
Do I regret joining them? Absolutely not. It’s been a massive learning Experience. I confirmed to myself that money is not a God for me. I confirmed my ethics and morals by being appalled at the way they sell and their “cure all” products.
To be honest I found most of it to be completely laughable. They even have their own currency. Poor things. Is their desire for money and control that overwhelming?
The forever living approach creates a massive need within the individual to work non stop.
Their approach is seductive. Thankfully over 90% drop out. I feel that many will find the whole approach to be somewhat dubious. This is pleasing for me as it means that not everyone has making money at any cost as their primary goal in life.
We all have a right to choose. We all have the right to be individuals. But once one is seduced by the forever living primary ethic then one must be prepared to sacrifice these thing and so much more. And what is their primary ethic? Make as much money as you can. Every sale makes the recruiter more money. And so it goes on within the pyramid.
I refused to get involved in any selling but kept watching forever living fun and games for many months. My partner and I had a really good laugh at some of their antics. But we were also quite appalled at some of their practices. That is our right as free thinking
Is Forever living a scam? I would say not. A tiny minority of those who sign up do make money in large amounts. But for me the price one has to pay for this is your soul, freedom to choose and individuality.
I will never sell my soul and what I believe in simply to make money. There’s is more to life than that. Believe me!!

    CML - December 16, 2015

    This kind of business is not for everyone – but I must say, you are a prime example of someone who just does not properly understand how a network marketing business works. From what I have seen all over the internet, there are just too many people who jump in without doing their research first. In regards to your comment about having to pay for order books etc. – how do you expect to run your own business (whether it be Forever Living or your own business) without buying these sorts of things? Do you expect to get it all for free? It’s not a get rich quick scheme and they certainly won’t hand everything to you on a silver platter, it’s your business and if you want to succeed you need to drive it – you have to have combination of passion, the right mind set and be willing to work very hard to succeed. It’s really quite a simple process.

      CvdBerg - April 7, 2016

      I agree CML. If you started any other type of business you’d have to buy stock, invest in marketing and maybe pay lease on a shop. People who oppose this type of business model so fiercely is not in the right space to see the entrepreneurial potential. To each his own. Everyone needs to do what works for themselves in the end.

Dec - September 13, 2016

I assume you review products or businesses in return promoting your own network of marketing and get people to sign up for money. Please tell me what the real difference is between theirs and yours. As I can’t..

    Jesse Singh - September 13, 2016


    I could have joined any company, but decided to partner with one.

    First, you won’t be running around hitting up your friends and family to sell your products.

    You will learn how to do it online by leveraging the internet and the right systems to automate the process.

Lerato - March 2, 2017

I have just joined forever living and I’m willing to learn more on the business networking site and make more money for myself so I can help other people…

HITESH BHARDWAJ - April 8, 2017

Hey Jesse,

Are you working with the Aspire business model? Would you recommend it? Thanks.


    Jesse Singh - April 15, 2017

    Hey Hitesh,

    Yes it’s my #1 Recommendation after reviewing hundreds of companies for newbies.


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