How to Achieve a chemical free beauty routine

People’s passions generally dominate their conversation, whether that passion is their children, jobs, or hobbies. A few years ago I had a health crisis. My immune system basically started shutting down. This led me, by necessity, on a chemical-free journey that’s still not over. But because I’ve seen such a difference in how I feel, my passion now is my chemical-free lifestyle. This process has been simplified because I discovered Young Living.

What most people don’t know, however, is that Young Living is more than just essential oils and diffusers. They also make cleaning products, makeup, and supplements. They’ve helped me to successfully switch and ditch almost every toxic product in my home. I’ve exchanged chemical laden products and with plant based versions of the same.

In truth, Young Living is a lifestyle. But something else most people don’t know is that they also give you money back when you join their Essential Rewards program.

Joining Essential Rewards makes so much sense. Just buy a minimum of $50 PV (personal volume) a month and you will receive up to 25% back in Young Living credits. You can then use those credits to buy more! So the point of this blog is to show you how you can use Young Living in all aspects of your life and benefit from being part of Essential Rewards.

I want to start with Clean Beauty. Every day, women use an average of 168 chemicals on their face every day, according to recent studies. However, some studies have claimed that, throughout the day, women use as many as 515 chemicals on their bodies everyday. That’s crazy! Thanks to Young Living, I am now using zero toxins on my skin.

Below is an example of what you could purchase every month so that you too can enjoy a clean beauty routine while also taking advantage of Essential Rewards. Everything you see, I use everyday. So if you have any questions, feel free to contact me. Okay, let’s get to it!

What to Buy in December:

Purchase the Savvy Minerals Premium Starter Kit ($150; 100 PV; 10% back in YL credits) The kit includes: Foundation; blush; a lip glow; 3 eyeshadows; misting spray foundation brush; 5ml lavender essential oil; Savvy Minerals by Young Living booklet; Introduction to Young Living booklet

What to buy in January: 

Frankincense ($75.50); Elemi ($21.25); and/or Crowned All Over Bronzer ($27.75); PV will vary depending on what you buy; 10% back)

What to buy in February: 

Lavender ($24.25) Lavender hand &body lotion ($21.25) and Lipstick ($22.75); PV 68; 10% back

what to buy in March: 

Mascara ($29.75); The Art Skin Care System ($113); PV 143; 10% back

What to buy in April: 

Progessence Plus ($38.50) and Clary Sage ($48.75); PV 87; 10% back

What to buy in May: 

Art Intensive Moisturizer ($67) PV 67; 10% back

What to buy in June: 

Tea Tree ($26.75); Lavender ($24.25); Mirah Lustrous Hair Oil ($26.75); PV 78; 20% back

What to buy in July:

Mascara ($29.75); Shampoo ($20.25); Conditioner ($20.25); PV 70; 20% back

What to buy in August: 

Shutran oil for your man ($77.25); PV 77; 20% back

What to buy in September: 

Shutran shave cream ($20.25) and body wash ($32); PV 52; 20% back

What to buy in October:

Mascara ($29.75); Mirah Luminous Cleansing Oil ($36.75); lipstick ($22.75); PV 88; 20% back

What to buy in November: 

Art Skin Care System ($113); PV 113; 20% back

So there you have it—one year of clean beauty, chemical-free. At the end of that year, you will have received more than $150 back from Young Living that you can spend on more products. Isn’t that incredible? I think it’s fantastic!

If you would like to try Young Living for the sake of your skin, please contact me. I would LOVE to help you get started down a chemical free path.

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