When you first get your starter kit, would you smell your oils first or dig up your diffuser?
Most people who go straight for the oils, in curiosity of what they smell like, feel like, and begin reaping the benefits of the amazing everyday oils.
But when you buy a premium starter kit, you also get a diffuser, which in my house, is the real life saver.
I've complied a few graphics to show you my favourite oils that I use in the diffuser, and hope to inspire you to play around with the combinations (just like a chemistry set!).
Whenever people hear the word 'premium' they think of higher fees, more to worry about, and over all more expensive.
What if I told you premium meant cheaper and better?
A premium starter kit has the home diffuser, everyday oils kit with 10- 5 ml bottles of those seen above, a 5 ml stress away that can be converted to roll on and samples of thieves, peppermint, lavender, peace and calming and ningxia red.
And all of that costs $170 CDN. That's it that's all.
If you did the math, the oils ALONE would be $175 for all 5 ml bottles, more if they were 15 ml. The diffuser ALONE is $80 dollars. And you get all of that, and more, for only $170.
Once you get your starter kit, you get to know which oils you like, which you don't like (if possible!), how to use them, and more. You feel like a chemist mixing one oil with the other, and making the house smell great has never been easier.
But uh oh, a bottle runs out. And it's your favourite bottle! What do you do?
Go back to your essential rewards and scope out what you need, and what you want next.
When I first got the kit, I didn't think I'd need wholesale shipping, ordering more oils, or even buy anything more than the starter kit. But as the oils helped me more and more, I got increasingly curious and started to look at the rest of the oils. So once you have your kit, which oils should you get next? Also, as you can see, 4 oils above are from the introductory kit. That kit is amazing and well worth upgrading to 15 ml bottles.