Now I order well over the 100PV per month as I have realised very quickly that the Young Living range is pure and the therapeutic benefits to our health and wellness at home is worth it. The house smells great too.
I looked around at the couple of companies I had heard about who sell essential oils and did my research.
Many are set up as network marketing companies which I am happy to use myself and be a part of. I think all forms of direct selling used well are fantastic. After all I have a retail business and really we are in the same game in a way!
One of my customers was a Young Living member and I was lucky enough to be invited to attend an information night at a ladies house to check the oils out.
The first thing I loved was that I was welcomed into a strangers house with people I didn't know but they were all so welcoming and helpful and I love it when you find women that build each other up and support one another in their chosen path.
I could not resist joining up as a Young Living member, it made sense for me as I could see myself buying a few oils and the wholesale pricing was where I prefer to sit as part of my business.
You can join up if you like or you can just buy oils at retail pricing. There is no pressure which I think is great. We are all at different parts of our own journey so being able to do what suits you is best for me.
There was absolutely no pressure whatsoever to buy, join or even make a business of it. It was up to me so I wanted to be a part of that tribe that have the oils because they love them.
My other best feel about Young Living is that they have complete control over their oils via their seed to seal process. Young Living is is the only essential oil company that owns their own farms or partners with farms that are willing to live up to their standards for growing, harvesting and distilling.
I really care about the quality of the products I put on my family's skin. I wanted a product that was independently tested after their own rigorous testing. I also wanted to make sure that they did not own the testing companies themselves as some of the other companies do when you did a bit deeper.