I have recently discovered a fabulous company called Simply Earth.
I am super excited about this because Simply Earth really does make you feel good!
So what is it?
Simply Earth offers several services. You can buy single oils, blends, accessories and other products directly from the website at great prices.
If you are a store owner, Massage Therapist, Chiropractor or someone with their own natural products you can consider adding any or all Simply Earth essential oils or products to your product line.
On the other hand, you may want to join the subscription box wave and get a subscription box that is absolutely worth having. This service includes 4 simply pure essential oils, easy to follow recipes plus extras such as spray bottles. All for $39.
This month I received 2 spray bottles, 3 cleaning cloths and my four 15 milliliter bottles of essential oils.
I was thrilled to see that my box included Cinnamon, Lemon, Balsam Fir and Tea Tree. The Tea Tree made me especially happy as I am fresh out.
Now before I go on about the fun I had with my Simply Earth subscription box, I want to do some price comparing on the single blend essential oils.
A 15 ml Balsam Fir with Simply Earth is $11.99. Young Living offers Balsam Fir in the same size at $82.57. DoTerra has a White Fir of the same size that retails at $ 26.67.
A 15 ml Tea Tree with Simply Earth is $8.99. Tea Tree oil in the same size with Young Living retails at $34.21. DoTerra retails at $25.33 in the same size.
Lemon in the 15 ml size is $6.99 with Simply Earth. Lemon oil in the same size is $14.80 with Young Living and retails at $13.33 with DoTerra.
Cinnamon in the 15 ml size is $8.99 with Simply Earth. Young Living and DoTerra also offer cinnamon but it is only 5 ml. Young Living price is $31.58. DoTerra’s retail price is $ 28.00.
In conclusion, Simply Earth pricing is much lower than two other very popular brands. Okay, so that was obvious!
Now onto the fun. With my kit, I made a delightful room spray, furniture polish that won’t have my family eating chemicals off of the kitchen table and garbage pail pods which kept my trash from smelling like trash. I can also make surface cleaner, diffuser blends, and a scrub for my tub and tiles. That is just based on the recipes provided. The truth of the matter is that I can also make so much more.
I highly recommend checking out these subscription boxes as another thing that I love about it is that it gives you the opportunity to really understand your purchases.
So often I see people buy bunches of essential oils without really knowing what they are good for.
What are your favorite ways to use essential oils? I would love to know. Please comment below.