As a former Market Partner with Monat, I had the opportunity to sell their hair care and skincare products firsthand. I was initially drawn to Monat due to their claims of using naturally based ingredients and their promise of promoting healthier hair and skin.

Excited by the potential earnings and the chance to be part of a thriving beauty industry, I eagerly joined Monat as a Market Partner and began promoting and selling their products to customers.

I was enthusiastic about the products and the business opportunity, and I put in a significant amount of time and effort into building my Monat business.

However, my experience as a Market Partner with Monat ultimately led me to make the decision to stop selling their products.

What is Monat?

Monat is a multi-level marketing (MLM) company that specializes in hair care and skincare products. The company’s name “Monat” is short for “Modern Nature” and its products are marketed as being naturally based and designed to improve the health and appearance of hair and skin.

Monat offers a range of hair care products including shampoos, conditioners, serums, and styling products, as well as skincare products such as cleansers, moisturizers, and masks. The company claims that its products are made with high-quality ingredients, free from harmful chemicals, and are cruelty-free.

Monat operates using a direct selling business model, where independent distributors, also known as “Market Partners,” promote and sell Monat products to customers and earn commissions based on their sales and the sales made by their downline, or recruited team members.

Market Partners are encouraged to recruit and build a team to increase their earning potential.

It’s important to note that MLMs, including Monat, have faced controversy and criticism regarding their business practices, including claims of aggressive recruitment tactics, potential income inequality, and product claims that have been challenged by regulatory agencies.

If you are considering getting involved with Monat or any MLM, it’s important to thoroughly research and understand the risks and challenges associated with this type of business model, compensation structure, product claims, and any potential risks or challenges before making any decisions or investments.

It’s also recommended to seek independent financial and legal advice from trusted professionals.

Additionally, when considering any hair care or skincare products, it’s important to carefully evaluate the claims, ingredients, and potential risks of any product, and consult with a qualified healthcare or dermatological professional if you have specific concerns or conditions.

It’s always a good practice to make informed decisions based on reliable information and to exercise caution when considering involvement with any business opportunity.

Reasons for Stopping

There were several reasons that led me to stop selling Monat products. First and foremost, I encountered challenges with product effectiveness.

While some customers had positive experiences with Monat products, others reported issues such as scalp irritation, hair dryness, and even hair loss after using the products.

As a Market Partner, I took customer feedback seriously and wanted to promote products that truly met their expectations, but the mixed reviews and potential adverse effects raised concerns for me.

Secondly, I found the MLM business model to be challenging. While Monat promised potential earnings through commissions and bonuses, I realized that the majority of my income depended heavily on recruiting and building a team, rather than solely on product sales.

This led to a high degree of pressure to constantly recruit and expand my team, which felt uncomfortable for me. I also observed that not all Market Partners had the same level of success, and there were disparities in earnings among team members, which didn’t align with my values of fairness and equality.

Furthermore, I had ethical concerns regarding some of the marketing practices within the MLM industry, including Monat. I observed aggressive recruitment tactics and pressure to make exaggerated income claims, which didn’t align with my personal values of integrity and transparency.

I also realized that as an independent Market Partner, I had limited control over the company’s policies, product formulations, and overall business practices, which made me feel uneasy about continuing to promote the products.

Ultimately, a combination of concerns with product effectiveness, the MLM business model, and ethical considerations led me to the decision to stop selling Monat products.

While I appreciated some aspects of my experience as a Market Partner, I realized that it was not the right fit for me in the long term, and I chose to pursue other opportunities that aligned better with my values and goals.

Addressing Concerns

During my time as a Market Partner with Monat, I made several attempts to address my concerns. I initially reached out to the company’s customer service department to inquire about product ingredients and seek clarification on some of the claims made about the products.

However, the responses I received were generic and did not fully address my concerns, which left me feeling dissatisfied.

I also sought support from my upline leaders, including my sponsor and other higher-ranked Market Partners, to discuss the challenges I was facing with product effectiveness and the pressure to recruit and build a team.

While some of them offered encouragement and tried to provide guidance, I found that the overall focus was heavily on recruitment and team building, rather than addressing my concerns about product quality and the business model.

I also attempted to address some of the issues with Monat’s business practices by participating in feedback surveys and providing suggestions for improvement. However, I did not receive any direct responses or feedback from the company regarding my concerns.

Despite my efforts to address my concerns with Monat, I did not see significant changes or improvements, which further contributed to my decision to stop selling their products. It became clear to me that my concerns were not being fully addressed or resolved, and I felt that it was not aligned with my values to continue promoting a product and business opportunity that did not fully address my concerns and align with my ethical standards.


In summary, my experience with Monat as a Market Partner was a mixed one. While I initially joined with excitement and enthusiasm, I encountered challenges with product effectiveness, the MLM business model, and ethical concerns with marketing practices.

Despite my attempts to address these concerns with the company and seek support from upline leaders, I did not see significant changes or improvements. As a result, I made the difficult decision to stop selling Monat products.

As someone who values transparency, integrity, and customer satisfaction, I found that Monat did not fully align with my personal standards.

My experience highlighted the potential pitfalls of MLMs, including the heavy emphasis on recruitment and team building, the lack of control over company policies and practices, and the challenges in addressing product quality concerns.

While some individuals may find success in MLMs, it is important to thoroughly research and carefully consider all aspects before getting involved.

In conclusion, my decision to stop selling Monat products was based on my personal experiences and observations. I believe that it is crucial to prioritize customer satisfaction, product effectiveness, and ethical marketing practices in any business endeavor.

MLMs may not be the right fit for everyone, and it is essential to carefully evaluate the risks and benefits before deciding to participate in such business opportunities.

By Ashley

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