Some of you have asked if H2O at Home is similar to Norwex.
I wanted to give you a factual breakdown of what I’ve found comparing these two companies that contain similar products. Do your own research if you’re not satisfied but here are some things to look at.
- H2O at Home submits their products to be regulated and approved by 3 European companies. Norwex has only 1 (but they do claim to have other built-in regulations within the company, just not submitted to outside companies for further review and certifications).
- H2O at Home has a less overwhelming catalog (less products) because they claim to focus on simplifying their products and formulating them for multiple purposes.
- Many H2O at Home products are less expensive and you get the same amount or more than Norwex (not all but many).
- H2O at Home products are made in Europe. Norwex products are made in China.
- Many H2O at Home products are fair trade, biodegradable, and made from the best organic/natural resources. Norwex…I’m not sure but I don’t believe they provide many of these benefits.
- H2O at Home is regulated by the Direct Sales Association. Norwex is not. Enough said.
- H2O at Home pays their advisors MORE in the mid to upper-level brackets than Norwex (I worked out the numbers which proved to be true for this). Norwex pays more for the initial start into the business (although H2O at Home is updating their compensation plan Jan. 2021 and this will no longer be true!)
- Norwex does offer an incentive where you can get your business kit for free (which is pretty cool), but if you don’t it costs more than H2O at Home’s business kit (only $109; $119 starting Aug. 1st but you receive over $450 worth of products!).
- H2O at Home is a Direct Sales company, NOT an MLM- Multi-level Marketing (doesn’t have the MLM structure); Norwex is an MLM company.
- They both provide great start-up bonuses in your first couple of months. Yay!
- This is my own personal preference but I like the look and feel of the company colors and the way H2O at Home lays out their products on the website (feels less overwhelming) than Norwex. H2O at Home is minimalist and modern.
- Again, personal preference, but H2O at Home microfiber cloths are softer than Norwex. (Many have said the same for this, too).
- Norwex has silver in their microfiber cloths that self-clean however these silver strands are shown to wear out, losing effectiveness over time; H2O at Home has a soap, which has additional uses: remove stains from textiles, makeup from exfoliating cloth, remove bacteria from microfibers, etc. H2O at Home microfibers are some of the thinnest fibers available (makes them even more effective) and have a special patented ultrasonic cutting edge to prevent fraying of the fibers.
Regardless of what you use, both do a great job of ridding your home of toxic products and provide an eco-friendly alternative.
However, I chose H2O at Home because of some of the reasons above. It is better quality and lower cost, while lasting longer than other eco-friendly over-the-counter “green” products which makes my bank account happier.
Want to know more? Do you have further questions? What do you think? Do you use Norwex, H2O at Home, or a different product line to clean your home?
To find out more about H2O at Home and browse their products, click here! (I highly recommend the Foundation Set as this will take care of 90% of your home cleaning and save you more money!) Want to sign-up for the business? Email me and I’d love to chat with you: rachel @ rachelcswanson.com