Ready to work from home? Join team Eco-Poofy USA :)

I know direct sales are seen in a less than positive light by many. I also used to not be too thrilled about it just a few short months ago. But, it’s hard to deny that the opportunities presented by Poofy Organics (I can’t speak for any other company) are just too good to pass up. MANY of you on this page are Stay-at-Home-Moms. Some of you work part time. Many of you have experience selling Mary Kay, Pampered Chef, or other names, but would love to find a better fit for your “crunchy” lifestyle.  I don’t know anyone who cant use extra grocery money (we all know feeding our family healthy, organic food is NOT cheap).  I just got my 1st paycheck from Poofy directly deposited into my bank account, am I rich now? NO, but I do have a little extra grocery money this week!! I have had my FB page for 2 1/2 years now, and looked at just about every line known- NONE of them compare to Poofy. With a baby, home, men’s, teen, make-up & everything in-between line, there’s something for everyone. The ingredients are CERTIFIED organic, and the best quality available. The prices are VERY reasonable for certified organic, handmade to order daily products. Are you paying more because this is a direct sales opportunity company? NO.  You are paying full retail price. The same price you’d pay through, Poofy’s retail outlet in NJ, or the select other retail locations these products are sold. Poofy gives us DIVAS the products at less than retail, so we can earn something too, and I think that’s truly amazing! There are no sponsored trips to Mexico for whoever sells the most built into the prices you pay, just the true, honest cost of making these amazing products & bringing them to market.

The only cost is a $9.95/month fee for hosting your webpage, which is where you & others place orders, you get supplies, etc. The website has just been revamped & is simply FABULOUS! You only have to sell $200 worth in a 6 month period to remain “active”. You DO NOT have to buy the $99 enrollment/collection kit, that is optional, and you can buy it later if you don’t want it right away.  You also will never be auto-shipped anything that you didn’t order (CAN’T believe some companies do this), and do not ever have to keep inventory on hand. If you have NO experience with direct sales, and no or very little knowledge of Poofy products, it could definitely take a couple weeks or so to get familiar with the process & products. I’m VERY familiar with Poofy products, but had no direct sales experience, so it’s taken me a full month to feel like I finally understand how the whole system works.  So, instead of waiting for the perfect time, I say sign up now, and have a goal to sell your 1st $200 worth in the next 2 months. If you do have some direct sales experience, and are familiar with Poofy’s line, you could hit the ground running & be getting your 1st paycheck direct deposited in 4 weeks. The sky is the limit, and you are your own boss! If you do not have a circle of family/friends/co-workers, etc who are interested in organic products & are concerned you won’t be able to sell $200 in 6 months, this honestly probably isn’t for you… This is a business opportunity, and I’m looking for those who will approach it as a serious opportunity to both make a little money, and help educate & spread awareness about the best products on the market– Poofy Organics!

I just really want to get this info out there. There are 200+ DIVAS out there, and the time to join has NEVER been better!! I’d be thrilled to have you on team Eco-Poofy USA., if you think this is the right opportunity for YOUR family!  If you have ANY questions, please send me an email:  If you’re ready to sign up, here’s the link to my site. Click the Opportunity Tab & then join, make sure it lists Eco-friendly USA at the top: and you’ll be on my team. I’ll be the one you turn to with questions, and if I can’t answer them off the top of my head, I will find the answer.

Wondering how Poofy compares with Ava Anderson, another direct sales opportunity? My thoughts:

29 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. hartmanhollow
    Jul 17, 2014 @ 15:19:39

    Definitely will be considering joining. Next time I have the $10 to spare and if the wife approves of course 🙂

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  3. Nora
    Jul 22, 2014 @ 06:21:24

    Your website is so helpful, thank you! I know that you endorse Poofy products, so I’m wondering how you feel about emulsifying wax. I was looking at their website and some things like lotions, hair conditioners, etc. are made with that. In your opinion, should those particular products be avoided? Thanks in advance!

    • ecofriendlymamausa
      Jul 22, 2014 @ 13:04:21

      It all depends on the wax, there are a ton of different types, some can be petroleum derived, etc. Poofy uses only the very best ingredients that exist, and they have to be approved by the USDA organic certification process. I have NO concerns about any ingredient used by Poofy!

  4. Andrea
    Oct 02, 2014 @ 19:32:39

    I just came across your site and am loving all the suggestions. You really seem to do your homework on natural products -something I’ve been passionate about ever since my first child started showing signs of autism at a year and a half. We’ve been an all natural, super-organic and healthy living family ever since, in an attempt to help heal his immune system. It’s been three years since we first began our journey, and he is now a happy and healthy four year old in typical preschool (and doing so well!). I started my own blog about healthy living awhile ago and am also considering doing direct sales for an organic company that promotes healthy living. Poofy Organic seems like it could be a good fit. I’ll have to take a further look. p.s. Do you have the Best of the Best list of companies anywhere on this site? I couldn’t find it.

    • ecofriendlymamausa
      Oct 02, 2014 @ 22:37:47

      Nice to hear from you Andrea! Let me know if you have any questions about joining Poofy! This pre-holiday season is a great time for sales! And yes, check my personal care/cleaning tab, you’ll find my 3 lists! Awesome to hear about your journey & its success!!!!!

    • ecofriendlymamausa
      Oct 11, 2014 @ 15:45:46

      And sorry, forgot to point you to the Best of the Best list, it’s under the personal care/cleaning tab!

  5. Sara Demick
    Dec 08, 2014 @ 21:19:36

    My mom and I are very interested in this company as she has been looking for something to bring in a little extra money. I love that they are certified organic but I do have a few questions…
    What is your opinion on the following:

    – Diaper cream ingredient of zinc oxide (non-nano). Your information on Ava Anderson discusses how this is not a cloth diaper safe ingredient…
    – Poofy Organics Vapor Rub-A-Dub-Dub contains both eucalyptus and peppermint EO’s both of which are typically not recommended on children under the age of 10 given that they can cause respiratory issues in young children.

    • ecofriendlymamausa
      Dec 09, 2014 @ 00:08:19

      Hi Sarah! No, I don’t use nor recommend zinc oxide for cloth diapers. Poofy’s Greener than Petroleum jelly is a great alternative and many cloth diapering Mamas use that with great success! And I’m not a certified aromatherapist, and all I can advise you to do is what you’re comfortable with as far as the vapor rub. Many use it on children, many choose not too. That’s up to you to decide. Personally, I feel fine using it on my kiddos, on their feet, when they’re coming down with a cold, and have used it on myself as well. Great questions, and I’m here for any more you have 🙂

  6. Lenaia
    Mar 06, 2015 @ 01:10:00

    I have a question about the essential oils used in some of the baby products. First I am curious what is the dilution % for the products that contain essential oils in your baby products?

    There has been research suggesting that certain essential oils not be used on children until they reach a certain age. 3 of those oils are in some of the baby products. Peppermint and rosemary eos should not be used on children under the age of 6 because they can cause breathing problems in children. Eucalyptus oil should not be used on or around children under the age of 10 also because of the potential for breathing problems, slowing or stopping breathing. Why is there no age restrictions listed for these products?

    This is according to Robert Tisserand, a leading researcher and expert on essential oils. And can be found in his book, Essential Oil Safety.

    I am very interested in becoming part of the company but I have concerns selling and promoting the products when they contain ingredients that could be harmful to young children and don’t have age restrictions listed to atleast warn parents of potential problems. Many people see something as “natural” and automatically think that it is safe, especially when it is sold to them from a company they trust.

  7. brandi
    Mar 21, 2015 @ 04:09:40

    Lenaia, would love to hear what you find out, please share the reply you receive 🙂 Perhaps there is a level of proper dilution in the products that make the EOs acceptable to use on young children

    • ecofriendlymamausa
      Mar 21, 2015 @ 12:59:19

      Kristina did just let us know she will be making a gentler vapor rub for the 5 & under crowd w/o the oils of concern: peppermint & eucalyptus! Stay tuned, it should be available in the coming months!

    • Lenaia
      Mar 21, 2015 @ 19:00:50

      I did get the response below:

      to me
      Mar 6Details
      Hi Lenaia,

      Thank you for your interest in our products. Unfortunately, we are not able to release dilution rates because it falls under proprietary information. I can tell you; however, that the creator is a certified aromatherapist and has studied and continues to study essential oils. Every recipe falls within a standardized dilution ratio.

      Having said that, we feel there are different schools of thought on essential oils and not all experts agree on what those safety parameters are. I can tell you that we always suggest families do what they feel is best with their own children. Just as children are allergic to nuts and we would never suggest ALL should eat peanut butter, the same precaution should be taken with any products put on a baby. Regarding the essential oils in some of the products, we are actually re-vamping our vapor rub in the near future.

      My concern is this: if there are “two different schools of thought on safety” why choose the potentially dangerous school of thought over the more cautious school of thought?

      • ecofriendlymamausa
        Mar 22, 2015 @ 18:35:43

        I agree with you Lenaia, I always recommend erring on the side of caution. I will continue to urge the owner to make EO-free options for babies, and as stated, they’ve heard many concerns about the vapor rub so are indeed going to offer a gentler blend for the youngest kiddos, and I expect some of the other products to follow. Many of the products contain no EO’s of concern, but there are a few out there.

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  9. Mel
    Jul 02, 2015 @ 18:57:01

    I am curious about the growth of the company. When you wrore this article there were 200+ direct sales consultants, how many are there now? I am going to look into them some more and view their products.

    • ecofriendlymamausa
      Jul 02, 2015 @ 21:10:54

      There are ~300 currently Mel. The company is not interested in exponential growth but desires to remain a mostly family-run business making everything by hand. When they get to the point that they feel they can no longer handle doing that, they will put a cap on enrollment. Last I knew Ava Anderson had around 7,000 (for comparison sake). So, the difference is huge. There is no state that has more than 1 Guide/major city even, the sky is the limit with being an independent Poofy Guide!

      • Mel
        Jul 03, 2015 @ 01:14:41

        Wow! So they are doing well! I love seeing small companies making it in this “big corporation” world! I will definitely be checking out their products. Love that they are certified.

      • ecofriendlymamausa
        Jul 05, 2015 @ 16:51:13

        Yes, they are making it! The products are truly FABULOUS, and once people try a few things they fall in love as I did!

  10. Lori
    Jul 20, 2015 @ 07:34:23

    Hi, I have been looking for a organic company to become apart of. I love the simplicity of the products with few ingredience and ones I can actually read!! I live in Michigan. How do I try out some products and become a guide?

    • ecofriendlymamausa
      Jul 20, 2015 @ 13:06:02

      Hi Lori! If you want to try some products 1st, I’m offering a 10% off sale for orders of any amount + 1/2 price shipping on orders $75+ (product total, shipping/tax not included), using my link: (expires 7/23 at midnight EST). Or, you can enroll then buy some products right away, here’s the link to do that. The enrollment kit can be bought later if you want! ANY questions, why don’t you send me an email: And I’ll be absolutely thrilled to have you join my fabulous team, we’ll do everything we can to get you off to a great start in your own business!

  11. Caitlin
    Jul 24, 2015 @ 21:29:23

    Hi! I’ve recently been looking for safe/effective/affordable products for myself, family, and friends- especially since my husband and I are now expecting our first baby! I’ve been reading some of your reviews, and I love the time and effort you put in to give readers a better understanding of so many products! Your site has helped me so much already! I noticed after reading your reviews that you personally joined Poofy Organics, so I looked into their products, and I’m considering trying some and would love to join your team! The fact that this company is so honest up front with everyone is really impressive and a big deal for me. I have a few questions though!
    1) Do you know how I could find the makeup tones that match my skin tone?
    2) Is there a way I can re-register under you (I previously registered as a customer alone so I could receive their emails)?
    3) Is it better to join first if I’d just like to try a few things such as their cosmetic line and cleanser/moisturizer?
    4) How secure is the business side of this and are the benefits and income worthwhile? (Not expecting a large amount, just viewing it as money on the side)
    I may have more questions later! Haha I’m just wanting to get a good idea of how everything works. Any recommendations/advice is greatly appreciated as I’m not sure of how to do this.

    • ecofriendlymamausa
      Jul 25, 2015 @ 00:12:10

      Hi Caitlin! So nice to hear from you!
      1:) I have samples of all the powdered & liquid BB cream for $3 each, so you can find which you need!
      2:) Yes, send me your email & I can have them switch you to under me as a customer! Or if you join, it won’t be an issue, you can order yourself!
      3:) I recommend trying the products 1st, you’ll love them, and that will seal the deal that you want to join without a doubt in your mind!
      4:) Not positive what you mean by “secure”, but it’s a legitimate business opportunity as well as a chance to stock your home with Poofy products at discounted prices 🙂 If you have a circle of like-minded friends/family/community around you, Poofy can be very successful! If not, it can be a struggle.

      Please email me so I can answer any more questions you may have!
      I look forward to hearing from you,

      • Caitlin
        Jul 25, 2015 @ 00:56:56

        Oh that’s awesome! I will send you my email! Trying the products first was what I was thinking; I was just trying to see what would be most beneficial financially if I was only going to sample right now. Well my success could be large or small- not sure about that part yet, but I would still like to use them for myself if they work well for me. I’m glad to hear from someone in your position that it’s a legitimate thing! By “secure” (I couldn’t find the best word for it haha) I was meaning if I put in the effort, will the benefits listed (percentages off products, free product, monthly pay, etc.) honestly be what I will receive? Still not sure if that makes sense, but I will email you!
        Thank you!

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