Young Living Premium Starter Kit SALE + Freebies & Step by Step Instructions

February is the month for love, and Young Living decided to love on all of us.  They are generously offering 10% off of the Premium Starter Kits to new and existing members!! This is only the 2nd time I’ve seen them on sale and at already more than 1/2 off the retail value, this is a phenomenal deal. If you’re ready to start your oily journey with a Premium Starter Kit in February, you will get 10% off and I will send you a welcome package full of goodies (including a 480+ page reference guide, Amazon Gift Card for accessories, access to our secret Facebook support groups, my personal support, and more). Learn more about Young Living on my Oily Website - www.oillovingmom.com

The Premium Starter Kit Includes-
  • The TEN Premium Oils Collection (5ml bottles of Lavender, Peppermint, Frankincense, Lemon, PanAway, Copaiba, Thieves, Purification, R.C., and DiGize ($150 value)
  • An EXTRA oil - 5ml bottle of Stress away
  • Diffuser of choice (the Dewdrop is an $84 value)
  • Roller fitment
  • Welcome to Young Living Letter
  • Essential Oils user guide
  • Love It? Share It! guide
  • Ten samples to share with friends
  • Ten empty oil sample bottles 
  • Ten sample business cards
  • Two Ningxia Red 2oz samples
  • Oil stand for display
Welcome Package From Me Includes-
  • 480+pg reference book
  • Essential Oils Bottle Labels
  • $15 Amazon Gift Card to purchase roller bottles and such
  • Several other reference sheets
  • access to our secret Facebook groups
  • my unlimited support 
  • access to our Facebook classes
Step By Step Instructions (Feel free to email me at any point if you have questions about the sign up process – oillovingmom@gmail.com)

1. Head over to the Young Living page here and choose Wholesale Member.
2. Be sure the “sponsor ID” and “enroller id” say 1965792 (so that I can send you a welcome pack with your free book and other goodies!), then fill out your personal information (The reason you are asked to list your social security number is for tax purposes. If you make over $600/year selling Young Living products, you will receive a 1099 form in the mail, as is required by law. Young Living will never share this info with anyone and you never have to sell anything if you don’t wish to.).
3. Create a username, password, and pin number so you can sign in later.
4. Select which Premium Starter Kit you would like and the diffuser.
5. The Essential Rewards section is optional. I’ll send over an email with more details on that part of things after you sign up. Buying one of the ER kits is not a requirement to sign up as a Wholesale Member! This is a rewards program you can opt into to start earning money back to help pay for your oils. At this point, you can skip this step by selecting “No, thank you. I plan on enrolling in the Essential Rewards Program later”.  You do not have to pick one of these kits to get started on Essential Rewards, but the ER kits offer even more savings on these products. You can go in and set up ER at any time later and hand pick the items you want each month. You can pick and choose any single oils, blends, supplements, health and beauty products, etc.
6. Complete the sign up process. After you sign up, feel free to email me at Oillovingmom@gmail.com letting me know that you signed up through this promotion so that I will know to send you your freebies. Shoot me an email if you have any questions about the sign up process and I can walk you through it.
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Know Your Ingredients: What to Look for in Skin Care Products

Every few weeks, it seems like you read about a new ingredient that you should avoid at all costs: a new way your lotion or your shampoo or your soap is poisoning you. All those news stories have lead to a boom in organic and natural beauty products, which is great…but can you trust all those leafy green labels and bold “all natural” titles?

If you’d like to expand your beauty routine and try out some new products, here are a few things to look for…and a few things to avoid!


Labels and Packaging
 
The package is the first step in determining whether a lotion or cream is something you want on your skin every day. Your first instinct is probably to go straight for the ingredients list, but there’s a few simple steps that can eliminate a product long before you slog through all those ingredients. When you’re checking out a new product, start with:

·         “Natural” or “Organic. These words are always a good sign on the label, especially organic. Yes, they’re marketing buzzwords, but they often indicate a company dedicated to natural health and sustainability. Be wary of natural, all-natural, and nature-derived, though! Accordingto the experts at the Environmental Working Group, none of those terms are regulated: a lotion doesn’t have to meet any standards to slap “natural” on a label. It’s a good sign, but always check those ingredients!

·         The Leaping Bunny logo. Grab your favorite lotion out of the bathroom and take a close look at the bottle. Do you see a little outline of a leaping bunny? If not, it may be time to look for a new moisturizer: that logo means that the product is not tested on animals. Not only is animal testing cruel and painful, modern chemistry has made it totally unnecessary. Check any new buy for the leaping bunny logo, or the label “cruelty free” before you add it to your haul.

·         Fair Trade. The global marketplace has given us some downright magical new beauty products, from argan oil to shea butter to coconut oil. These are wonderful, nutritional, and all-natural ingredients…so of course there’s a catch! Ingredientslike argan and shea often come from small farming communities in third-world countries. While the demand is great for those small farmers, you may pay more for a bottle of lotion than the farmers made for 250 pounds of oil. Fair trade products simply guarantee that the growers were fairly paid for their labor: you’ve probably seen the label on coffee and chocolate, but it’s just as important in beauty and skin care.

 

 
The Ingredients List
 
Now for the fun part – that ingredients list. The common knowledge says “if you can’t pronounce it, don’t buy it,” but plenty of those long, complicated names are entirely safe, and often entirely organic! There are a few red flags to steer clear of, though. Check your ingredients list for some of these warning signs:

·         Parabens and PEGS. Parabens are a class of preservatives that often turn up in products with lots of plant extracts. They prevent natural ingredients from going bad, but they also have some nasty side effects if they build up over time. On labels, they’ll be listed as a number of different chemicals like benzylparaben or methylparaben. As soon as you spot that “paraben” ending, steer clear!

·         SLS. SLS is short for sodium laurel sulfate or sodium laureth sulfate, common detergents that make soaps and shampoos foamy. They’re non-toxic, but they can be very drying and irritating, especially to sensitive skin and hair. You don’t need to run screaming from SLS, since they’re often present only in very low concentrations. But if you have sensitive skin, take a minute to look up the SLS concentrations in a new product.

·         Fragrance. Fragrance, which often appears on labels as “parfum,” is a tricky one. It’s a catch-all term that can refer to something as simple as rose oil…or it could be a complex cocktail of toxic ingredients. It’s an easy way for unscrupulous companies to hide dangerous ingredients on the label, so be wary of it. Keep in mind, if a scent comes from something simple and organic, like an essential oil, the label will just list that single ingredient, rather than a vague “fragrance” label.


Do Your Homework!

There are plenty of tips, tricks, and guides to help protect both your skin and your health, but none of these tips are guarantees. The best way to choose the best products is to do your own research, and there are tons of sources available to help you. There are also a range of reputable companies out there that provide healthy, natural organic skin care with clear, easy-to-find ingredient lists: HonestCompany’s beauty line is a great example. Don’t let yourself be misled or overwhelmed by sneaky labeling and false advertising: your best resource for finding safe, healthy organic skin products is right between your ears!

 

 
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Got Giveaways? 8/25 Giveaway Linky

*Last Week* Don't miss out on this Young Living Essential Oils Premium Starter Kit SALE! Young Living is offering $10 off of the purchase of a Premium Starter Kit! If you purchase it through me during this sale, I will send you this welcome pack full of freebies such as a 400+pg Reference guide, a $20 Amazon Gift Card, a set of oil labels, access to our closed Facebook Groups, unlimited support from me, and more. Feel free to check out my website - www.oillovingmom.com and email me with any questions at oillovingmom@gmail.com. If you'd like to learn more about how we use the oils, I have a Facebook Class set up that I can add you to.  Message me on Facebook for an invite. Ready to order? Here are step by step instructions on how to order your Young Living Premium Starter Kit.


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