Vasayo Review: Legit or A Supplement MLM Scam?

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The health industry is one of the most lucrative industries in the world at the moment. We will do anything to stay healthy and we usually pay a lot of money to keep our family healthy too. But did you know you can make money selling health products? You probably already did, and this is why you are searching through Vasayo reviews to see if this is the right opportunity for you. This Vasayo review will look at the good, bad and ugly, so don’t join until you read our review. Let’s get into this!

What is Vasayo? was founded in 2016 by Dallin and Karree Larsen. Vasayo was launched just a year after their previous MLM company, MonaVie. Their headquarters is based in Utah, in the U.S. and they also have a headquarters in Hong Kong.

What are the Vasayo Products?

Vasayo's nutritional supplements use lipsomes to allegedly deliver nutrients to the body without allowing them to be broken down by the digestive system. Liposomes are meant to enhance the effectiveness of supplements, by having a more efficient delivery method.

Among Vasayo's current products are:

  • Microlife CBD ONE: A broad spectrum, organic compliant, made in the USA CBD product.
  • Microlife V-TOX: A blend of fulvic acid and cleansing herbs meant to provide nutrients and support a detoxifying experience.
  • Eternal by Vasayo: An age-defying and youth-restoring blend of antioxidants and polyphenols.
  • Microlife V-SLIM: A weight management supplement that helps manage stress, balance hormones, and suppress appetite.
  • Microlife Core Complete: A daily multivitamin and multimineral supplement with the additions of probiotics, omega fats, and digestive enzymes.
  • Microlife Neuro: A brain-boosting supplement that supports memory, clarity, and cognitive function.
  • Microlife V3: An energy-boosting formula
  • Microlife Sleep: A micromyst to support healthy sleep
  • Microlife Renew: A microgel that supports overall wellness and improved joint health

How Much Does it Cost to Become a Vasayo Brand Partner?

Vasayo partners can join at various levels, depending on which product package they purchase:

Foundation partner:

  • Cost: $329
  • Products: 2 Sample Packs for both Energy and Sleep. Each Sample Pack contains 5 individual pouches.

Premium partner:

  • Cost: $699
  • Products: 2 each of the basic products, plus another Renew, Energy, and Sleep, along with 2 Energy sample packs and 2 Sleep sample packs

Executive partner:

  • Cost: $949
  • Products: 3 each of the basic products, plus 2 more Renew, Energy, and Sleep, along with 4 Energy sample packs and 2 Sleep sample packs

Ambassador partner:

  • Cost: $1399
  • Products: 4 each of the basic products, plus 4 more Renew, Energy, and Sleep, along with 6 Energy sample packs and 6 Sleep sample packs
  • Also comes with a free ticket to the Vasayo convention

These product packages can cost you over $1,000, depending on which package you buy. If you find this too much money to invest in a business, there are other home business options like Wealthy Affiliate which provides a FREE trial that doesn’t even require a credit card!

And if you want to make some extra side cash without being involved in a business, you can try,, and which are all free as well.

Vasayo Commission Plan

Not surprisingly the Vasayo compensation plan is complicated like most MLMs. But we’ll try our best to decipher their rewards plan. Direct commissions can reach up to 20%, and you must maintain a binary system with two brand partners. You must maintain a PV of at least 80, and get paid $25 for every 240 GV accumulated on each leg. 50% of all customer volume is passed upline.

Vasayo has 18 commission ranks, ranging from the introductory “brand partner” level, to the “triple crown blue diamond” level.

There are also a wide range of bonuses and incentives for sales, new recruits, leadership, and an executive check match of 2.5% that goes 7 generations deep.

If you don’t get this, neither do I. Fortunately, there are businesses with straight forward compensation plans such as Wealthy Affiliate.

But if you're not looking for a business opportunity at the moment and just want to make some side income that is straight forward as well, you may want to try free sites like,,, and

How Much Money Can I Make as a Vasayo Brand Partner?

Unfortunately, Vasayo doesn't post an Income Disclosure Statement. This sets off alarms in my mind. Why aren't they being transparent regarding how much you can earn as other MLMs do? How much you can earn is anyone's guess.

What We Like About Vasayo

We have laid out the logistics, now to look at some of the things we like about Vasayo.

Legitimate product

While the supplements industry is typically full of overblown statements and false claims, there is legitimate science to back up the benefits of most Vasayo product ingredients and the efficacy of a liposomal delivery method. There are studies that demonstrate that these ingredients do provide health benefits.

Vasayo Complaints

No company is perfect, so let’s take a look into some of the complaints we found about Vasayo and determine if these are deal breakers or not:

Shady Past

Dallin and Karree Larsen were also founders of a health MLM, known as MonaVie. It was plagued by lawsuits, false advertising, and copyright infringement. They grew their income to $854 million and went bankrupt from all the settlements they had to pay out and defaulted on a $182M loan. Many MonaVie distributors lost their income overnight. Would you trust joining an MLM built by founders who already have a negative reputation in the MLM world? I know I surely wouldn’t!

Fortunately, there are other opportunities out there you might want to try. Wealthy Affiliate allows you to start your own business and it’s free to get started. So you really don’t have anything to lose.

If you don’t want to start a business, you can also try sites like,, SurveyJunkie.comand which are all free.

No Official Income Disclosure Statement

Vasayo doesn't publish any Income Disclosure Statements on their website which is very strange for an MLM. Why are they hesitant to provide their income figures and what their brand partners are making in commissions? You are left in the dark regarding what you can actually earn.

Non-exclusive Products

Because Vasayo doesn't exclusively license their products, and liposomal delivery isn't a patented technology, customers can easily find very similar (and, in some cases, identical) products at a lower price. This non-exclusivity presents an additional challenge for Vasayo partners who are trying to sell products.

Low Commission Rates

Even though they don’t publish an income disclosure statement, you can kind of workout by yourself that you won’t be earning a lot given that the commission rate is capped at 20%. This rate is rather low compared to other MLMS like Scentsy and Young Living. So, don’t quit your day job if you plan to make this a full-time job.

Is Vasayo A Scam?

No, they are legit and sell actual products that have some science and studies behind it. However, would I still recommend them? No.

As with most MLMs, you have to recruit a lot of people in your downline if you want to make any decent money. There is too much of an emphasis on direct selling and recruiting. There is also no income disclosure published, so you have no idea how much your earning potential can be.

All businesses require you to work hard. But there is a lot of direct selling involved here and there is a big reliance on recruiting people as brand partners. If you are looking for a business model that doesn't depend on recruiting a lot of people under you, Wealthy Affiliate is a good business opportunity. Additional options that can make you money which don't require you to recruit people are,,, and

So, that’s my opinion on Vasayo. Feel free to leave your thoughts and comments down below in the comment section.

Until next time,

Eddy “with a Y”

11 thoughts on “Vasayo Review: Legit or A Supplement MLM Scam?”

  1. You’re right about no one being perfect. But your story on Dallin Larsen is pretty one-sided. You failed to mention the fact that the lawsuits were a result of an economic crash nationwide, that didn’t only affect MonaVie. Almost every network marketing company experienced setbacks during that time. The lessons Dallin learned from that experience only make his leadership more valuable, not “shady” as you seem to put it here. Also, the compensation plan is not one of the lower ones as you seem to know. The reason they don’t disclose is because it’s embarrassingly high compared to other mlm companies. True compensation is closer to 65%, and customer commissions is only one of eight income possibilities at Vasayo.

  2. I hope people realize that no matter how the products are good and legitimate, Vasayo is still a MLM, which means unless you recruit people recruiting more people for you as downlines, you will not make any money. You will enjoy the products that you pay at such a high price, but for a business, majority of you will lose money. I am telling you because I worked very hard for this company and had to post $10,000 in loss in my tax return as a founding member. I still have their products and they are about to expire….

  3. Wow you writing this shit up not knowing why people even join VASAYO. to me personally helped to get off 2 strong meds that i have been on for over 5 years!!! instead you are endorsing your bullshit product by undermining another company, what a shame!!!! that’s what I call dirty business.

    • Feel free to enlighten us without resorting to cursing and name calling. I acknowledged where the company is good and bad. And yes I gave people other options. If you’re not an actual rep of the company, people want to have other options when it comes to starting a business online or making money.

      That said I’m great the product works well for you. You validated the point I made in the article that there is science behind the product and claims. If I was truly bashing the company I would use your words and say the product and company are “shit”. But I didn’t.

      It’s very interesting to see that all the comments on this article are from reps that seem to think that providing the good and bad about their company is a bad thing. Instead of taking the time to address what may be wrong with the article, they resort to attacking. It such a common tactic used by some reps. And fortunately people looking into this company are reading these comments.

      So my advice to reps like yourself is to take the time to share your experience and feel free to clarify anything that may be wrong or have changed.

  4. You stated that the founders were “plagued with lawsuits” but the only link you provided is a lawsuit where MonaVie sued someone else. If they are truly plagued then it should be pretty easy to provide evidence.

  5. Twist the facts much? It is so obvious that all this review is designed to do is lead someone toward the product you are endorsing. Surely the person out there looking for the right opportunity for them will also see through this mess. Most importantly your facts about the founders are way off. You are the one who is shady here!

    • How about sharing what I got wrong. Things change a lot of the course of time and I’m always happy to update anything that may not be correct at the moment. But I find most reps of MLMs are more concerned with trying to tear at the credibility of bloggers like me that give people other options. And that seems to piss them off because they only want their MLM to be the options people consider. Fortunately most people who aren’t the reps are happy to have choices and want to know the good and bad about any company.

      They don’t view it as shady. Its only the reps that seem to feel this way. But feel free to correct anything we got wrong in this review. We’re always happy to update things.

  6. A lot of your information is incorrect… there is no date on when this ‘review’ was originally posted so I’m sure several things would change if you reviewed this company today. I believe your reason for ANY review you post is to promote your OWN money-making program… just like most other ‘reviewers’.

    • It would have been useful if you actually provided what information has changed.
      The only people that complain about reviews giving people other options are the reps of companies trying to promote a given MLM. Most people want to have various options to pick from. And they also want to know the good and bad regarding any company. So fortunately the thousands of people that visit my website every day appreciate being given options. Unlike other reviewers I try to be objective as possible. Otherwise I would call everything a scam on only give my visitors one option in these reviews.

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