Mailbox Remedies: My December 2014 Young Living Essential Oils Order

Young Living Essential Oils Essential Oils Order December 2014

Whoopsies! Forgot the Joy in the picture!

It’s been a while since I blogged about my Mailbox Remedies. I had such a great Young Living Essential Rewards order this month that I just had to share! I reordered a few oiling favorites this month. I also ordered several new Young Living essential oils (and a new bar soap) that I am so excited to try. Some of the oils I ordered this month were under or right around $20 so I was able to bulk up our order this month. Merry Christmas to Scott and I! :)

Joy essential oil blend:

I reorder Joy every few months. Joy is a blend of Bergamot, Ylang Ylang, Geranium, Rosewood, Lemon, Madarin, Jasmine, Roman Chamomile, Palmarosa, and Rose essential oil. Joy does a great job of uplifting our mood and keeping us in a positive frame of mind.

Melrose essential oil blend:

This is the first time I ordered Melrose. Melrose a blend of Melaleuca Alternifolia, Melaleuca Quinquenervia, Rosemary, and Clove essential oil. Melrose is supposed to be great for cleansing and soothing the skin. I keep hearing how much people love this oil so I just had to order it!

Thieves essential oil blend:

I order a bottle of Thieves every single month. Seriously…every month. Thieves is a blend of Clove, Lemon, Cinnamon Bark, Eucalyptus Radiata, and Rosemary essential oil. We use Thieves daily to support our immune and respiratory system. Thieves is one of my favorite essential oils to use this time of year.

Clove essential oil:

This is the first time I ordered Clove essential oil. I love having a whole arsenal of oils to support our body’s natural defenses and this one will fit right in with the others I already have on hand.

Deep Relief essential oil roll-on:

Deep Relief is a blend of Peppermint, Lemon, Balsam Fir, Copaiba, Clove, Wintergreen, Helichrysum, Vetiver, and Palo Santo essential oil. I ordered Deep Relief for the first time last month. My hubby has been working hard on getting our snowmobiles tweaked and tuned up for the snow so I gave him the entire bottle of Deep Relief to use at his disposal on his neck and back when he comes in from the garage. Scott says that Deep Relief is one of his new favorite oils. I bought my own bottle of Deep Relief this month so we don’t have to share. :)

Lavender essential oil:

Lavender is an oil we use and order pretty often because it is so gentle and so versatile. We use Lavender for a TON of things.

Pine essential oil:

This is the first time I’ve ordered Pine. It just seemed to fit well with Holidays! :)

Vetiver essential oil:

Vetiver essential oil was the free promotional oil this month (I got it for ordering 190 PV). I am excited about this oil because it is supposed to be quite effective at decreasing the jitters and promoting relaxation.

Wintergreen essential oil:

This is the first time that I ordered Wintergreen. I absolutely love how Wintergreen smells and I am looking forward to diffusing this oil. It also a great oil to have on hand to soothe muscles.

Thieves bar soap:

I ordered the Thieves bar soap for the first time last month. This is by far the best soap I have ever used! I have tried so many different bar soaps and body washes and this is the first time I have been able to find one that leaves me feeling and smelling 100% clean.

Lemon Sandalwood bar soap:

I loved the Thieves bar soap so much that had to try another scent. I never thought it was possible to be so excited about bar soap!

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2 thoughts on “Mailbox Remedies: My December 2014 Young Living Essential Oils Order

  1. This website was so helpful! I just started with YLEO’s and the info you have given helps so much! Thank you!

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