"Essential oils have done wonders for my family, so I love sharing about them. They are a staple in my house for promoting wellness and I truly believe they should be in every single home. I've replaced so many of our household products with creams, sprays, and roller bottles that I've made using essential oils. I love knowing that my family is getting the best of the best and isn't being exposed to the dangerous chemicals that are found in many products on the market.
If you want to get started with essential oils and able to order them at a discounted rate in the future for your family, the best way is to become a wholesale member. When you do so, you not only get a starter kit (starts at $165, retails for over $400), but you will also be added to our Drops of Health Facebook page that is stocked with information and open to team members only. We talk about oils daily! You'll learn how to best use your oils and you'll get support, recipes, and advice from hundreds of other oily friends.
What comes in your starter kit? 12 awesome oils, samples, your choice of a diffuser, thieves hand sanitizer, a thieves cleaner sample, a roller ball attachment, and lots of information. The price is $165 if you go with the desert mist or you can upgrade to another diffuser.
If you're ready to sign up, click HERE and follow the steps below.
1. Be sure to check Wholesale Member to earn your 24% off any future orders.
2. Choose the Premium Starter Kit you'd like. I lean toward the desert mist shown below because it's gorgeous and runs for 10 hours!
3. Essential Rewards is an OPTIONAL program if you think you'll love your oils and want to order products monthly. You can definitely say "no thanks" for now.
4. If you want to add anything else with your brand new 24% off discount, you can click "add more products" and do so there. If not, go to checkout and your kit will be on it's way to you.
I'll send you an email with some good oily information once you sign up and add you to the Drops of Health Facebook page.
Stay oily, friends!"
Dr. Kristin Marchman