One of the many things we have enjoyed about Young Living over the years is their generosity. Who doesn’t like free stuff, right? We are happy to share the February 2019 promotions, and as usual, there seems to be something for everyone. If you are yet to dip your toes into the world of essential oils, and are interested in a healthier, more abundant life, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
A lot of people ask “how” they can get started with essential oils, a great question. We try to keep it simple, we really do. If you just want to try out one or two oils, to dip your toes into the water so to speak, you’ll want to join Young Living as a retail member, you’ll pay full price for anything you purchase.
However, if you want to try a wider range of oils AND get additional items, including a diffuser by which to diffuse your oils at a less expensive price, we recommend you join Young Living as a wholesale member and purchase one of the Starter Kits. We’ll always point you to the Premium Starter Kit for the best overall value and you will be given a choice of several different diffusers. From those, we will always recommend the Home Diffuser as the best one to get you started. And keep in mind, as a wholesale member of Young Living, in addition to the hugely discounted overall cost of the Premium Starter Kit, the majority of your future purchases are at a 24% discount.
Ready? The choice is now yours. Follow this link and if you have any “challenges” getting signed up, let us know at email@example.com
Every so often we are asked if it is safe to use Young Living Essential on or around pets, and other livestock. We generally provide the following information.
Do not use essential oils on and around cats or dogs under eight weeks old because they are developing at fast rates; it is easy to mess up the proper dilution for each breed.
Animals are generally more sensitive to essential oils than humans are. It’s best to heavily dilute essential oils and use them in moderation.
Every animal is different, so carefully observe how your animal responds to essential oils. Use common sense and good judgment as you try different methods.
Be especially careful to not get essential oils in an animal’s eyes.
If diffusing, always allow cats access to areas where they can avoid the diffused oil.
With all animals, avoid using high-phenol oils—such as Oregano, Wintergreen, Clove, Mountain Savory, and Thyme. This is especially important with cats.
Use special caution with cats and essential oils. Avoid applying citrus oils topically, diffusing the scent around cats, and having your cat ingest them.
Need further information? Let us know via this page and we will get back with you.
Here are just a few of our favorite Young Living things.
Summer is almost officially here. Baseball season is already officially here and so we thought we’d give you our own “Summer Sports Report.”
With summer comes heat and lots of sunshine, we need to be able to adequately protect our skin, and so we share this with you. The Young Living Mineral Sunscreen Lotion. Suitable for all ages, all natural, all protective, what’s not to like?
Keep yourself and your family safe this summer, hit us up and we can hook you up with this awesome product.
One of the many things we love about Young Living Essential Oils is the monthly promotions. Here are the promotions for June 2019, generous as always. Simply put, we spend, we get freebies AND reward points. Freebies and 25% back in Essential Rewards points to buy more products.
Here’s another Spring blend that will add freshness, and brighten the mood.
We use quite a few different Young Living diffusers around our house. Of all the diffusers, this is our all time favorite, the Rainstone diffuser. Great features, great design, very sleek.
Even after our Young Living essential oils bottles are empty, they serve a purpose. We submerge them in a large jar of water, along with the caps, and leave them for several weeks. Result? A rich, mixed scented water that we can then use in our diffusers. I like this picture, it shows Joy still displayed, and still working.