What’s a great way to give your family and the earth a big hug? By making your own natural cleaners. Say no to the toxic chemicals in common household cleaners. Making your own household cleaners is not difficult and the April subscription box from Simply Earth makes it even easier! This month’s box includes four antimicrobial and antiseptic essential oils perfect for natural cleaning and easy to follow recipes. Your family deserves a safe and natural home.
Use my code YOLOilsFree and receive a free $20 egift card with your first box and bonus box.
The April Natural Cleaning Subscription Box
- Lemon essential oil
- Tea Tree essential oil
- Nutmeg essential oil
- BO Be Gone essential oil blend
- 100% Organic Pure Castile Soap
- aluminum spray bottle
- 6 recipe cards including:
- Laundry Stain Remover Roll On
- Tea Tree and Lemon Surface Cleaner
- Lemon and Nutmeg Dishwasher Detergent
- Natural Home Diffuse Recipe
- Natural Laundry Detergent
- Foaming Hand Soap
It didn’t take much research on my part to realize how toxic most household cleaners are. When I ventured into making my own I was pleasantly surprised how much more affordable it is to make your own natural cleaning products! I feel good making something pure for my home and family, helping the environment, and saving money. Plus, it’s just fun.
Properties of the Oils in the April Box
- Cleans naturally
- Provides mental clarity
- Promotes healthy skin
- Cleans naturally
- Supports respiration
- Supports confidence
- Eases queasy stomach
- Helps in easing achy joints and muscles
- Aids in sleep
Eliminates odor with a proprietary blend of Patchouli, Ylang Ylang, Sandalwood, Lavender, Sweet Orange
How the Subscription Box Works
Simply Earth makes it easy for you to use and enjoy your oils-and convert your home to a natural home too with their Recipe Box. The Simply Earth aromatherapists create recipes and deliver these with everything you need to create them to your door monthly. At a phenomenal price. It’s fun and easy to create the recipes and start enjoying your oils right away.
The first box that arrives is the bonus box which contains a few extras that you’ll use for months to come. Plus, you’ll get your first month’s Recipe Box which contains oils, recipes cards, and items needed to create the recipes. Every month after you’ll get a new recipe box with different oils to try and different recipes to make. FUN!!
Remember: Use my code YOLOilsFree and receive a free $20 egift card with your first box and bonus box.
Simply Earth Cares
Simply Earth partners with various organizations that help to end human trafficking. On the back of the Laundry Stain Remover Roll On recipe card I learned that this month Simply Earth is partnering with Disrupting Traffick.
Disrupting Traffick aims to disrupt the commercial sex industry through outreach and community education. This organization connects survivors of sex trafficking to those who can help them heal from trauma. 13% of all profits in April will go to Disrupting Traffick. (Why 13%? Because 13 is the average age at which a girl becomes involved in human trafficking.)
Natural cleaning products and helping to end human sex trafficking is the perfect reason to say no to commercial cleaners.
No review would be complete without the mention of cost. Simply Earth essential oils are very reasonably priced.Simply Earth is not a multi-level marketing company. They cut out the middlemen and therefore don’t need to charge a ton of money.
For example, let’s take Bergamot (my absolute FAVE). Theirs (you know who I’m talking about-the big company with home parties) is $36.67 and the price for the same size oil from Simply Earth is $13.99.
Reasonable prices means you can afford to try different oils and use them without fear of using them up.
All essential oils are not comparable. If you want the true benefits of essential oils, you need pure oils that are extracted from the plant properly.
Simply Earth sources their oils from the regions where the plants thrive. They are distilled properly (cold pressed or steam distilled based on the part of the plant used) and each batch is tested by a third party for purity. You can read more about their commitment to quality on their Simply Pure Promise page.