...EO everyday May Update...

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Hello Wellness Advocates!

Check out the promotions this month! A Refreshing Twist is a new promo with great freebies for placing a 200 PV order. Check it out!! Also, if you haven't tried the Spa Hand and Body Lotion I highly recommend it, it makes a great carrier for oils and isn't greasy at all. In addition, I have some exciting new incentives for hosting classes and would love to share some free things with you for hosting!! Contact me if you would be interested in sharing your love of essential oils! I can personalize a continuing education type of class for you if you are looking to learn more great ways to use your oils.


As always, I am here as a support person for you, feel free to contact me with any questions you have! :)

Sara

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Be safe in the sun!

When using essential oils, there are a few necessary precautions. Some essential oils, including many citrus oils, are photo toxic or photosensitive which means that they are sensitive to sunlight. When you use them, you will also be sensitive to sunlight. If you use these oils before being exposed to sunlight, you can easily burn or develop a rash. It is recommended that you simply stay out of the sun after using these oils. The general recommendation is to avoid sunlight for at least 12 hours. Also avoid UV light and tanning beds.

Just to be safe, avoid the sun after using these doTERRA oils:

  • Bergamot
  • Cassia
  • Citrus Bliss
  • Clary Calm
  • Elevation blend
  • Ginger (mild)
  • Grapefruit
  • Lemon
  • Lime
  • Melissa (mild)
  • Wild orange


“I’m in the sun all the time! I want to use photosensitive oil in the summer. How?”

  • Diffuse. Using your diffuser is a much safer alternative to experiencing pure essential oils during sunny days. Unless you were to sit with your face directly over the diffuser (not recommended), by diffusing essential oils aromatically, the particles of the oils are not concentrated enough in one spot to cause the same level of photosensitivity as when you apply those oils topically to the skin.
  • Apply topically on feet. Be advised! Your feet get sun exposure too. Only apply if you are very careful to keep the oil on the very bottoms of the feet. If you are wearing socks, then you are good to go!

Essential Oils 101

Thursday, May 19th, 6:30pm

Kappa, IL

Please RSVP and I will send you the address.

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

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Spring Cleaning with Essential Oils

Thursday, May 26th, 6-8pm

Pontiac, IL, United States

Pontiac, IL

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

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Mood Management Oils


Morning - Balance- The Grounding Blend
This oil is a special blend of spruce, rosewood, blue tansy, and frankincense. It helps bring a feeling of tranquility, peace and relaxation and is grounding, reassuring, and consoling to the body and mind. This blend works best when applied to the bottoms of the feet.


Afternoon - Citrus Bliss- The Invigorating Blend

This citrus blend brings together wild orange, lemon, grapefruit, mandarin, bergamot, tangerine, clementine and vanilla bean oil together to create a stimulating, motivating and invigorating atmosphere. Use this oil to uplift, elevate and reduce stress. Diffuse this oil in the home or office for best results.



Night - Serenity- The Calming Blend

This blend contains lavender, sweet majoram, roman chamomile, ylang ylang, sandalwood and vanilla bean oil. Use this oil in times of stress, anxiety or frustration to help calm, compose, placate and help the body maintain its natural state of health. Apply under the nose, on back, on bottoms of feet and back of neck. Apply to navel, feet, or back of neck for sleep issues.

Check out this video!

Do you have an LRP setup? If you do then you are receiving rewards points on every order you are placing that is over 50 PV. Here is a short tutorial showing you how to redeem those points. Contact me with any questions you may have! I recommend waiting until you have 100 points to redeem them because there is a $3 fee per 100 points used. Also, the points to expire after a year, so go ahead and get some free stuff! :)
doTERRA Virtual Office Training: Redeeming LRP Points