Welcome to my Pomifera review.
I quite like seeing product lines being manufactured from previously undervalued crops and that is very much the case with Pomifera. Maclura Hedges grow wild in southern regions of the U.S. The hedges produce a fruit or hedge ball that was not favoured by animals or humans alike.
An enterprising scientist by the name of Dr Todd Johnson discovered that the oil inside the fruit was beneficial for skin conditions like psoriases, exemea and rosacea. Hence a new beauty product was borne.
Pomifera Review Summary
Key Figures : Dr Tod Johnson
Product Type : Skin/Beauty MLM
Summary : Patented skin products that help with various skin issues. Also a solid looking MLM opportunity to boot.
Verdict: This is unique and impressive.
What Is Pomifera
Pomifera have a range of skin products which contain oil from wild hedges which are naturally abundant in states like Iowa and Texas. The specific species if Maclura Pomifera which produces a strange fruit commonly known as “hedge balls” or “osage orange”. These hedge balls are as big as grapefruits and plentiful on the plant. Previously they were deemed useless as even animals would largely refuse to eat them.
Dr Todd Johnson, an industrial chemist has discovered that the oil from the fruit has beneficial effects on skin problems such as rosacea and eczema and has used his considerable experience to launch a range of skin and hair products that show great potential. Dr Johnson also owns the patent to Pomifera so you will not see any unlicensed copy cat companies jumping on the band wagon.
This is a unique and exciting product and a good income opportunity for those interested in the skin and beauty niche.
Pomifera Business Pack
- Refreshing Body Mist (RRP $18)
- Pomifera Rose (RRP $47)
- Balancing Facial Cleanser (RRP $25)
- Hydrating Body Lather (RRP $24)
- Healing Body Oil (RRP $25)
- Radiant Hair Oil (RRP $35)
What I Like About Pomifera
This is what I look for in a new skin/beauty MLM:
- Must have unique products
- Must have products that work
- Must be new with great growth potential
As far as I can tell, Pomifera hits it out of the park across all three requirements. I think this is going to be a real winner.
The other big bonus is that Pomifera is ecologically sustainable and can be harvested in a way that leaves no carbon foot print. Previously the fruit was just rotting on the ground. Now they can be used. Due to the size they are very easy to harvest by hand….win-win!
What I Dislike About Pomifera
I am going to be a real nitpicker here because I cannot see any negatives. That being said Pomifera is really in a specific niche because it does cater to the traditional MLM consultant. The products are targeting skin problems whilst other more generic skin products have a much wider use and therefore demand. So maybe it’s too specific?
I actually suspect that narrowing down on consumers which actual skin complaints will be more of a blessing than a curse. I am sure that plenty of people out there battle with things like ezcema and would be very opportunity to discover this product as well as a solid work at home opportunity that comes with it.
The Real Deal
Pomifera have an excellent range of products which are competitively priced. They really have great market differentiation and I think the market will embrace them with open arms.
Excellent launch and opportunity. I give Pomifera an A.