Essential Oils


There were a few reasons we chose doTERRA for our family.

For me it first started to grab my attention when so many people were raving about how effectively they worked, but more than that I was intuitively drawn to them. Before long everywhere I went I heard stories of joy, relief, roads to wellness being taken and so much more.

I’m pretty big on research to be honest, I love aligning myself with companies that care about what they do, how they do it and who they are in business with so the minute I read about how amazingly they treat those they work with I knew this was a company with heart.

doTERRA is the largest essential oil + wellness company in the world.

The essential oil quality, sourcing + culture that has been created through the wellness advocates is something you will not find anywhere else!

#1) The Co-Impact sourcing model: doTERRA sources globally and not only that – they work WITH the farmers there to create a better economy.  This isn’t always a deal breaker for other but it really is for me, especially growing up in an African country and seeing how quickly companies take advantage of the “little guy”.

#2) Their commitment to purity through the CPTG stamp: There is no governing body that enforces corporations like Walmart, Best Buy or NOW brand to be honest about what they’re putting in their bottles. It’s important that you research a company and understand what they stand for…and then if you try the oil and it aligns with what that company is saying – you have a great company. I wanted something that would not only work but was also safe enough to try on my babes, with doTERRA’s strict regulations I felt like I had a product that went way beyond the organic and 100% pure label everyone else was using.

#3) They work, from the moment I cracked open my first bottle I was truly blown away by how effective they were! I can’t even begin to list how often we have reached for essential oils in our home to provide our family with natural alternatives to common issues.


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