Life gets messy, your house gets dirty, but at least your favorite spaces can smell like you’ve spent hours cleaning. Add these oils to your diffuser for an “I spent hours cleaning” scent.
Bye bye, dreary days! Keep the good times going with Palmarosa.
When your skin and frazzled nerves are like, “Hi, remember me?” turn to bath teas! Just a half-hour spent soaking in skin-supporting ingredients and essential oils can keep you calm all day long.
There’s always a need for peace and relaxation. Learn how these two oils can change your life!
Get the whole family ready for school with these oil-infused essentials! Take a break from binders and pencils and prepare with classroom must-haves that deserve some room in any backpack.
Host a night in to make these lovely perfume lockets! This craft is a simple way to share essential oils.
Nothing gets people together like the holidays. Take advantage of the opportunity to gather friends, family, and neighbors to enjoy essential oil-infused snacks, fun, décor, and games and discover giftable products from our 2015 Holiday Catalog!
Whether you're looking for new ideas to share Young Living or you'd like to get your friends together for your own girls’ night, hosting a Young Living make-and-take party is a great opportunity to meet new people, make some fun DIY projects, and show friends and neighbors that Young Living is more than just a drop of oil—that our products can easily and naturally complement any lifestyle.From refreshments, to ways to encourage natural conversation about Young Living, to diffusion ideas, here's your guide to hosting a fantastic make-and-take party!
In the first part of my Relieving Stress series, I’m going to share some simple things that I have found useful in reducing my stress levels and creating a more energizing and relaxed environment.
Last month I had the privilege of introducing Young Living Essential Oils to thousands of people in Southern California at both the Women’s Conference and the TEDMED Conference. The central theme was “Empowering women to be architects for change,” and the energy of inspiration and possibility was truly palpable.