MLM REVIEW – As a part of the ongoing review feature of the most exciting options in the MLM field, we have chosen SuperLife, a Malaysian company that markets a wide range of health products. So here is our unbiased review of SuperLife along with our feelings about it, in order to help our readers decide whether it is worth paying attention to.
The following are some of the basic facts and features about SuperLife.
- Name: SuperLIfe
- Business domains: Scientifically tested health products
- CEO/Founder: Lai Tek Kean
- Headquarters: Malayasia.
- SuperLife strives to pursue excellence in the field of health and wealth through their mission of improving the health and well-being of communities.
- Number of products available – More than 20
- Retail profit and commissions can be earned by selling the products, even without the recruitment of new members.
- The secondary aim is to set up an effective distributor network and you will keep earning commission when the distributors under you sell products.
Established in 2017, SuperLife develops products that are beneficial to the health and well-being of the customers with “Youth”, “Health” and “Longevity” being their motto. Their products are based on stem cell technology and is backed by the research of Mibelle biochemistry in Switzerland. They also lay stress on developing long term relationships through selling products and recruiting. MLM businesses have a strong footprint in Malayasia and SuperLife wants its members to make the best use of the environment by showing the right level of passion and dedication.
The company has a wide variety of products and we focused on one of their top products, the SuperLife STC30 health supplement to discover the potential benefits. The product is being proclaimed as a cure for more than 120 diseases including cancer, blood pressure, blood sugar, ulcers. The ingredients include blackcurrant juice powder, bilberry extract and gilsodin among others and have proven health benefits. The point to mention here is that the product uses stem cells from plants which are said to have curative properties, even though the exact health benefits that it offers can be debatable.
In two years of operation, the company has built a strong base in Africa and also in countries like France and India. The fact that SuperLife has a sales oriented business module can work well for those who do not find networking and team building as their strengths.
Another positive aspect is that the company aims to set up an eco-friendly platform and the products are free from any synthetic additives. The declarations and the website of the company does not showcase any unsound or outrageous product claims other than usual marketing tactics to attract eyeballs.
In terms of product quality, SuperLife seems to have earned a decent amount of reputation in the market within a short period. In addition, the company seems to have a transparent approach in terms of communication and does not stress on the need for expensive trainings that might trigger a red flag. We do not know if the company puts any stress on stocking inventory which is often an alarming factor.
At MLM magazine, we always suggest that the longer an MLM business has performed in the market, the better prospects it has. A company that has been around for five years or more is definitely a safer choice. From that aspect, we would suggest enthusiastic readers to wait and watch and hold their patience for some more time regarding SuperLife.