Young Living Starter Kit Bonus!!


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We have an AMAZING deal just for This Mommy Saves Money readers!! If you get a premium Young Living starter kit (which is, on its own, a really great deal at $160), we will also mail you a super helpful Reference Book (you can look up almost anything in it and see which oils have been used to help with that problem), a set of essential oil labels to keep your oils organized, a handy QUICK START guide to get started with the oils in your starter kit, AND a set of laminated easy-reference sheets for how to use the oils for First Aid & how to use them for babies & children!

I want you to be set up to know exactly what to do with your starter kit! I am using all of the commission that I would make off of your purchase to give you these freebies because I truly believe that you will fall in love with these essential oils as much as our family has!

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Oh, and one quick thing. You get ELEVEN 5 ml bottles with this deal. Several people always ask each time I talk about this starter kit if it’s just the samples. Nope, you get everything in the picture above with your kit including the 11 5 ml bottles of oils!

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If you are ready to buy a starter kit, then be sure to sign up as a wholesale member (with one of the premium starter kits) through the instructions below to take advantage of these freebies.

1. Head over to the Young Living page here and fill out your information.

2. Be sure the “Wholesale Member” (member) option is checked so that you don’t end up paying retail prices.

3. Be sure the “sponsor ID” and “enroller id” say 1994946  (so that I can send you your freebies!)

4. If you do not feel comfortable putting in your social security number (this is only for tax purposes if you decide to turn this into a business) then you can get an EIN from the IRS in just a few seconds here and use that number instead (the IRS just needs to be able to connect some number with you for tax purposes). They need a Social Security Number or an EIN because if you make $600 or more per year selling Young Living products, you will receive a 1099 form in the mail (which is required by law). Young Living will never share this info with anyone.

5. Select which starter kit you want to get. To get the freebies, you’ll need to check the option that says “Premium Starter Kit”. You can get the kit that’s $160 or you can get the kit that’s $185 with the Bamboo Diffuser.

6. There’s a Step 3 of the sign-up process that you can skip if you don’t want to mess with that part, OR you can get a couple of extra free oils if you know already that you would like to order monthly (see BONUS step below!)

7. Go through the checkout process.

8. After you sign up, send an email to melissa@thismommysavesmoney.com letting me know that you signed up through this promotion.

 

*Disclaimer: These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. The information on this site is not intended or implied to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Please confirm any information obtained from or through this web site with other sources, and review all information regarding any medical condition or treatment with your physician. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay seeking medical treatment because of something you have read on this website.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Does signing up make me a “distributor”?

Nope! You are not required to sell anything at all to anyone. When you become a wholesale member, you get a special link that you can share with friends and get a “thank you” check from Young Living for their purchases, but there are no minimum sales amounts at all. In fact, 90% of the wholesale members in Young Living don’t do the business side at all. They are buying from Young Living because of the quality alone.

Am I required to make a minimum purchase each month?

There are absolutely no minimum monthly purchase requirements. To remain a wholesale member, you have to make $50 worth of purchases per year to keep your membership. But if there’s a year that you don’t make a $50 purchase, you can reinstate your wholesale membership discount by just placing a $50 order.

If you do find yourself making regular purchases each month, then Young Living has a rewards program called Essential Rewards where you can make a nice percentage back in product credit each month on all of your purchases. So that’s a neat program to join if you find that you *want* to purchase regularly, but it’s not a requirement for being a wholesale member.

Why should I buy from Young Living instead of other essential oils companies?

It does seem like a new essential oils company pops up every day, doesn’t it?

I can’t speak to the quality of other companies, but I can say that Young Living is the only company that has their own farms (in the regions where the plants should be grown), can absolutely guarantee that no pesticides or herbicides were used in the growing of any of their oils (they use essential oils for pest control and they do all of the weeding by hand), has their own testing equipment (they do both in-house and 3rd party testing, and use many different testing methods not just GC/MS which only tests for certain chemicals, not whether those chemicals are synthetic or not), and only uses the first distillation of oils instead of adding chemicals to get more out of the plant.

Young Living also is the only company that I know of that is directly in charge of essential oil farming operations. Every other company that I know of goes through some kind of an “oil broker” to buy their oils. They have to trust that the oil broker is telling the truth, who has to trust that the essential oil distilleries are telling the truth, who have to trust that the farmers are telling the truth about what they say they are doing.

With Young Living, you just have to trust one company instead of several.

It’s a trust step either way since anyone could be lying, but I personally feel the most comfortable trusting Young Living since they are a full-disclosure company. Anyone can visit the farms, participate in the harvesting and distillation, view the Young Living labs, and see the entire process. That’s not an option with other companies.

How will I know which oils to use for what?

One of the benefits of getting a starter kit through this promotion is that you also get to join our private Facebook group that’s specifically for questions about essential oils! We have a wealth of information right in our Facebook group and there are always other “oilers” who are happy to share their experiences.

The reference guide that we are giving away as part of this promotion is also a HUGE resource. You can look up almost anything in it and see which essential oils and supplements can be helpful.

Does Young Living only sell essential oils?

Young Living actually has an entire line of personal care products, supplements, meal replacements, energy drinks, and more! Almost every product incorporates essential oils (for example, frankincense is absolutely wonderful in facial products), but there’s a wide variety of products available.

What if I live outside of the United States?

For those who live in Canada, we will mail the book and labels, but will need to either reduce or remove the gift card to cover the extra shipping charge.

International orders of 100 PV or more will receive a $25 Amazon or Paypal gift card. Many times the only kit that is offered to those that reside outside of the US doesn’t have a PV at all. To receive the gift card, you will need to have a minimum of 100 PV in your final order.

What about overseas US military?

If you are military with an APO/FPO address, you can still receive the same promotion as those in the United States since the address is here in the US.

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5 Uses for Coconut Oil

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5 Uses for Coconut Oil

There are so many things you can use coconut oil for! Here are 5 uses for coconut oil for around the house. Coconut oil has uses in beauty, cleaning, and even recipes. Check out a few of my favorites.

Coconut Oil in Recipes

Coconut oil can be used in so many different ways, it’s great for boosting metabolism and improving insulin levels. It gives a creamy rich consistency to anything that the oil is added to. Mixing a tablespoon of coconut oil and chia seeds provides a quick and long-lasting energy boost. Although a word of warning, this isn’t something you want to drink anywhere near bedtime!

Coconut Oil for Cleaning

An all natural replacement stain removal is coconut oil mixed with baking soda. It can be used on furniture, carpets, in the car, rugs and just about every other porous material. Just apply the mixture to the stain, let it sit for 10 minutes and wipe it away with a damp cloth.

Coconut Oil for Furniture Polish

Toss out the chemical furniture polish, and use this recipe instead. Take 1/4 cup of melted coconut oil, 4 tablespoons of white vinegar, and 2 tablespoons of lemon juice. Mix it up in a spray bottle and you’re ready to go. Use it freely on your wood furniture and buff to a shine.

Coconut Oil For Beauty

Rough looking cuticles? Use coconut oil at the base of your nails! Coconut oil always does wonders as a make up remover! Coconut oil also hydrates the skin, which is really nice around the eyes! If you want to get even more out of your coconut oil, mix it with some salt and you can use the resulting paste to remove dry skin on feet or hands.

Coconut Oil for Baby

Cradle cap is dry scaly skin on a (usually newborn) baby’s head. It looks like eczema or flaky skin. Massaging a small amount of coconut oil on baby’s head and then rinsing with warm water is an easy way to treat it. Baby will enjoy the massage, and you can rest easy knowing that your little one’s head is nice and moisturized.

Coconut oil has so many more uses than we talked about here. These 5 uses for coconut oil are a great place to start on your way to a more natural lifestyle. What are your favorite uses for coconut oil?

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Young Living: Grounding Oil Blend For Children

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I love love love my Young Living oils and all my friends will tell you that! I love that they have so many uses! My little guy has a few favorites too. Right now it is Lavender in his diffuser at night, and his Grounding blend, that is an essential in helping him do his best in school! This is a really easy blend to make and only requires 3 oils!

Recipe:

You will need a roller bottle to put it in

15 drops Lavendar

15 drops Cedarwood

15 drops Vevitar

1 TBSP Carrier Oil of your choice

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If you would like to learn more about Young Livings wonderful oils and see more recipes like this head over here.

Bonus: 

Right now we have an AMAZING deal just for This Mommy Saves Money readers!! 

If you get a premium Young Living starter kit (which is, on its own, a really great deal at $160), we will also mail you a super helpful Reference Book (you can look up almost anything in it and see which oils have been used to help with that problem), a set of essential oil labels to keep your oils organized, a handy QUICK START guide to get started with the oils in your starter kit, AND a set of laminated easy-reference sheets for how to use the oils for First Aid & how to use them for babies & children!

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Oatmeal and Lavender Stress Away Bath Bombs

I have been experimenting with my Young Living oils trying different recipes, here is one I have come up with for Oatmeal and Lavender Stress Away Bath Bombs! This would make a great gift for a friend!!! Tell me what you think:Bath Bombs

Oatmeal and Lavender Stress Away Bath Bombs

* This recipe makes about 12 bath bombs depending on how thick you like them

 

Ingredients:

  • 1 cup baking soda
  • 1/2 cup corn starch
  • ¼ cup of oatmeal

 

Directions:

  • In a large bowl mix baking soda, cornstarch and oatmeal and stir well.
  • Mix in almond oil and Young Living Lavender oil.
  • Slowly add in the water

IN Process 2 (1)

  • You will want to add just enough water so that you are able to form a ball with the mix so you may need a little more or a little less depending on the humidity.

In Process 3 (1)

  •  Add a small amount of oatmeal before you add your mix to give it a nicer look and texture.

IN Process 4 (1)

  • Fill your mold cups with a few tablespoons of mix so that it is filled about half way.
  • Allow all ingredients to dry overnight in the molds. I found a few ours later they were still crumbly so overnight works perfect.

In Process 5 (1)

*Note: If for some reason you find your molds to still be a little crumbly in the morning simply pop them into a 350-degree oven for about 20 minutes and allow to cool completely.

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5 Essential Oils You Can’t Live Without

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Young Living Essential Oils can be used for first aid, stress reduction, mood enhancers, and even to keep pesky bugs at bay. But how do you know which ones to use and when? Here are five Young Living essential oils you can’t live without and should have on hand.

Peppermint Essential Oil

There are so many uses for Peppermint Essential Oil! If you have a bug problem mix 10 drops of Peppermint Essential Oil to a small bottle and spray this on the inside and outside perimeter of your house. It gets rid of beetles, aphids, ants, fleas, and caterpillars. Next time you are vacuuming, add a few drops to baking sold and sprinkle on your carpet beforehand. This will help to eliminate orders and kill bacteria and germs that can hide in your carpet.

Tea Tree Oil

Every house should have Tea Tree Oil on hand. It is a must for natural first aid as it a natural antimicrobial agent. It combats different skin conditions like dry skin, dandruff, acne, cold sores, and Athlete’s Foot. Do no ingest Tea Tree Oil as it is not safe for consumption. It is great when added to a carrier oil and then applied topically to the skin.

Lemon Essential Oil

Add Lemon Essential Oil to a spray bottle filled with water and get ready to clean the natural way. You don’t need expensive household cleaners when you have Lemon Essential Oil. It is safe to use in the kitchen, the bathroom, and to dust furniture.

Eucalyptus Essential Oil

Eucalyptus Essential Oil helps supports respiratory system health. Diffuse 8-10 drops of Eucalyptus Essential Oil at the first sign of a cold or flu. You can also add just a couple drops to a carrier oil and rub this on both the chest and back to help open up airways for easier breathing.

Ginger Essential Oil

Ginger Essential Oil has a few homeopathic uses. One of those is as a muscle relaxer and pain reliever. Add just a couple drops to a warm bath and soak your sore, tired muscles. The ginger helps to increase circulation which in turn brings blood to an area and reduces pain and inflammation. Diffuse Ginger Essential Oil if you have an upset stomach and it will help calm it down.

Want to learn more? Want to order your own? 

Read my post here! Let me know if you have any questions!

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