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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.

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.

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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.