Raise your voice alongside so many others around the world with One Voice™ essential oil blend. Created in collaboration with The D. Gary Young, Young Living Foundation, this complex bouquet of exquisite floral, grounding, and woodsy premium essential oils supports the Foundation’s effort to end exploitation worldwide.
What essential oils are included in One Voice?
One Voice combines empowering oils that include:
Why is One Voice so near and dear to our hearts?
One Voice has a story as inspiring as its warm, liberating aroma and as vibrant as its label, co-designed by a young survivor of human trafficking, Sreyleak.*
Sreyleak had a difficult childhood. Born into bonded labor, she was forced to work from early childhood. After her parents died, Sreyleak and her siblings inherited their parents’ debt and were left with a sense of dread that they’d never be able to pay it off. That’s why, when Sreyleak was 14 and approached by a friendly man offering her more prosperous work in a restaurant in Phnom Penh, she and her brothers decided that taking the opportunity could help pay back the debt faster. Shortly after arriving in the capital city, Sreyleak realized that the friendly man had taken advantage of her vulnerability. Not only was she not receiving the wages she’d been promised, but she was also forced into sexual exploitation.
Sreyleak was rescued by Hope for Justice—a program sponsored by the Young Living Foundation that provides teen survivors with the life skills they need to live independently and to thrive in the future—and spent time healing in a rehabilitation center supported by The D. Gary Young, Young Living Foundation.
Fast forward a few years, and Sreyleak is learning to dream again. She particularly enjoys art therapy as a means of healing from her trauma and sketched what is now the One Voice essential oil blend label. Her design represents and celebrates the transformation and restorative process that survivors of trafficking go through: the transformation from victim to survivor, from having no voice to joining that unified voice within all of us that calls for freedom.
*Name changed to protect survivor’s identity.