I just love delivery days! This is my September LRP (Loyalty Rewards Program) order!
This little haul has a retail value of $298.33 but as an enrolled wholesale member, this drops to $206.00 – With a pv of 150.5
That’s not all! I got the product of the month free! A bottle of clove oil (retail value of $24.33) AND 47.6pv credits to spend in the future! This means free products!
So many perks to enrolling and using the loyalty rewards program! Of course you don’t have to use the loyalty program, you can purchase wholesale whenever you want without committing to a LRP but you’d miss so many savings!
~ Retail $298.33 Wholesale $206.00 SAVING $92.33
~ Free Product of the month (Spend 125pv to recieve)
~ 37.6pv plus 10pv shipping points to spend in the future! (25% back on my total pv spend)
If you would like to know more on how to become a wholesale member please message us!
Products pictured – Information Pages
Tea Tree Oil
Detoxifying Mud Mask
On Guard Toothpaste
So yesterday I made my own soothing skin salve for the first time! Pretty damn excited to share this with you! I am stoked with the results, both how it turned out and how it is working for us!
You’ll find the original doTERRA recipe here! I have also added the original recipe to my site (for future reference or incase doTERRA’s link doesn’t work!)
Firstly I halved my ingredients! This gave me approx 150ml of salve/balm (enough to fill 1x 120ml jar and a bit in a second jar).
I altered this recipe slightly by not adding the grape seed oil. I simply replaced the grape seed oil quantity with almond oil. I changed the oils used in the original recipe by adding lavender, peppermint and frankincense and I used more drops! It turned out lovely! I recommend halving your amount when making unless you are going to be using this LOTS and LOTS! Which I probably will but prefer to make fresh more often as it only took 15 minutes to make!
This salve will be perfect for rashes, itchy spots, all over itch relief, dry skin and more! So far I have used this on my son’s rash/eczema, my hands after cleaning dishes to restore moisture, my feet to help support the ridiculous dryness and peeling but also to assist with better sleep!
You can find my version of the recipe here
Accidents in the kitchen! We all have them! What you see here is a minor burn on my face inflicted 5 nights ago when I was deep frying chicken – Trying to make home made KFC because the takeaway version is nowhere near as good as homemade! A slip up sent enormous drops of oil flying into the air landing on my face, neck and clothes. I was super lucky that it missed my eyes and that it only resulted in a burn to the face and one to the neck! Even so, the one I copped to the side of my face hurt like mad! It was roughly the size of a 5 cent coin and within minutes it blistered and burst
Cold compress was the first point of treatment! For over an hour, the cold seemed to numb the persistent pain and stinging! As it began to settle I thought about what to apply? Oils! My essential oils because there is an oil for EVERYTHING! My go to was lavender and frank diluted in a roller bottle! This roller bottle soothes just about everything skin related. Applying 3 times a day, it has sealed and formed a protective scab very quickly. The pic above is a timeline of my face burn and in just a matter of 5 days it has shrunk in size! We see the support of essential oils right here!
Now the pics are not great as they don’t show the true size and damage but we all know that burns are nasty, taking layers of skin and can result in infection. As this was minor, I did not seek medical help BUT please always seek medical advice for burns if they do not begin to heal or are of a serious nature!
While these oils can be used neat (undiluted) I prefer to dilute in a roller bottle to reduce sensitivity especially with broken skin. You can adjust accordingly but it is always best to trial and test when first using oils
Why these 2 oils together make a great soothing team and why I used them on this occassion!
** UPDATE **
This image is taken at exactly 1 week and there is no scab! I have had burns take much longer to heal in the past