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Thieves Foaming Hand Soap

Posted on April 23rd, 2009 | 7 comments

I used to buy those pretty containers of “antibacterial” hand soaps. But until Young Living created Thieves® Foaming Hand Soap, I didn’t feel like my hands were as clean and germ free as they could be. Now if you walk into my home, you’ll find a Thieves Foaming Hand Soap at every sink. And if you look underneath the sinks, you’ll find an ample supply waiting to be used. Not only am I a diehard fan of this product for my own use, but I have also converted my family and friends as well.

What makes this product so amazing? Thieves hand soap contains YLTG Thieves essential oil. Known for its powerful cleansing properties, Thieves contains a synergistic blend of clove, cinnamon, rosemary, orange, lemon, and Eucalyptus radiata and is a great alternative to chemical-based soaps. Thieves has even been university tested and found to be highly effective against airborne bacteria. Thieves Foaming Hand Soap is loaded with natural ingredients such as aloe vera and Ginkgo biloba to help keep skin soft and moisturized. This soap has even been dermatologically tested and found to be safe for all skin types. Plus, it is gentle enough to be used regularly without drying or stripping the skin.

Germ fighting power, plant-based ingredients, and a gentle formulation makes Thieves Foaming Hand Soap a super hero in my book. Add this product to your order or Essential Rewards today!

Single Item No. 3674

Whsl. $9.75/Pref cust. $11.29/Retail $12.83/PV 9.75

3-pack Item No. 3643

Whsl. $26.75/Pref cust. $30.97/Retail $35.20/PV 26.75

—Christina Moore

Associate Product Manager

Young Living Copaiba Essential Oil

Posted on April 20th, 2009 | 11 comments

Later this month, you’ll start hearing the buzz about copaiba, Young Living’s latest single essential oil. Copaiba is an incredible essential oil that continues the tradition of South American essential oils being offered by Young Living.

Want to know the highlights of this potent essential oil? Deep in the heart of the Brazilian rain forest, the copaiba tree is harvested by “tapping” the heartwood similar to how rubber and maple are tapped. The resin is collected and then steam distilled, a process that delicately extracts the pure essential oil.

Copaiba has traditionally been used in native teas to aid in soothing digestive discomforts. It also has helped regulate people’s natural immune response.* It’s no wonder why copaiba is so effective. Copaiba essential oil contains the highest amounts of beta caryophyllene: 55 percent. This is the highest of any known essential oil!

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Experience the Benefits of Omega-3 with Young Living’s Omega Blue

Posted on April 17th, 2009 | 4 comments

I have always been interested in nutrition and how food affects my body; I can’t say that I eat perfectly all the time, but I do try to stay up-to-date on the latest information about nutrition. I recently read the YOU book series by Dr. Mehmet Oz and Dr. Michael Roizen, which focuses on changing your lifestyle to live longer. Their latest book, YOU Being Beautiful, puts a huge emphasis on omega-3 fish oil.

I have heard that you should eat fish two to three times a week for better health, but I didn’t understand all the benefits that omega-3 offers. In Dr. Oz’s book there are more than 12 pages about the benefits of omega-3 fish oil, including better skin, shiny hair, and reducing pain during a woman’s menstrual cycle!

I have looked into other fish oil products on the market and asked a member of Young Living’s Research and Development Department to explain the benefits of our omega-3 supplement, Omega Blue™. He explained that fish oil goes rancid without a preservative system and vitamin E is a common ingredient that other companies use to preserve their fish oil. The problem is that this preservative system is also synthetic and can be harmful to the body. Young Living, however, goes back to the basics to preserve fish oil by using our Young Living Therapeutic Grade™ (YLTG) essential oils. Just take a look at the Omega Blue label! To ensure the integrity this omega-3 product, Young Living uses lemongrass essential oil, which has antiseptic properties; clove essential oil, which is high in eugenol and has the highest known rating for this naturally occurring antioxidant; and German chamomile, which is known to help soothe the stomach and improve digestion.

The YOU book series helped me further understand the importance of taking an omega-3 fish oil. And since Young Living’s Omega Blue uses a natural preservative system, I know that I am taking a supplement that is going to help my body instead of putting harmful chemicals into it. I take Omega Blue three times a day to enjoy all the benefits that omega-3 offers and know that I am taking the best fish oil supplement available on the market. Try Omega Blue and discover the benefits of omega-3 for yourself!

—Liz Debry

Associate Product Manager

New Extended Balsam Harvest Video!

Posted on April 14th, 2009 | one comment

A new video of this year’s balsam fir harvest is now available. This longer, updated version includes an in-depth view of the harvest process and creation of pure balsam fir essential oil. This is your chance to witness the hard work and care that goes into each and every bottle of Young Living Therapeutic Grade™ essential oil.

Young Living Founder and President, Gary Young, is one of only a few people worldwide with experience distilling therapeutic-grade balsam fir oil—don’t miss this opportunity to see him in action! Watch the new video now and don’t forget to check out the balsam fir promotion that ends this week!

Young Living to Participate in Urban Zen Nutritional Forum

Posted on April 13th, 2009 | one comment

Young Living has been invited to participate in Urban Zen’s Well-Being Speaker Series: A Focus on Nutrition event being held April 16–17 in New York, New York. Young Living’s Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Doug Corrigan, will be there to share how a fundamental understanding of essential nutrients, deficiencies, and the “behind-the-scenes” realities of mass-producing quality natural products can help people avoid pitfalls and get real results for their dollar.

Urban Zen’s speaker series is part of an ongoing commitment to educate the public about key healthcare issues and the important role diet plays in disease prevention. Doug will be joined by many influential physicians, university professors, authors, and celebrities, such as Mehmet Oz, Rodney Yee, Donna Karan, Kris Carr, and many others.

This forum is open to the public and tickets can be purchased in advance at wellbeing@urbanzen.org or by phone at 1-212-382-3808.

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Lavender Harvest 2009

Posted on April 3rd, 2009 | 3 comments

If the fields are purple, it’s time for the Lavender Harvest!

One of Utah’s most spectacular events, Lavender Days is expanding from a two-day festival to a full seasonal celebration of the lavender harvest. If the fields are purple at the farm, you have the opportunity to stop by and learn about lavender essential oil, take a free tour of the distillery, and pick your own bouquet of fresh lavender. Stop by any time!

Be sure to join us on July 11 for the largest day of celebration with the annual 5K Run Through the Lavender. Run or walk as you immerse yourself in more than 200 acres of vibrant purple fields. You can only experience an event like this at the Young Living Lavender Farm!

Lavender lovers can also look forward to a new experience at the farm for the 2010 season. By redirecting our resources, we now have the opportunity to expand and enhance the farm visitors center and improve the tour area in the distillery. This will create a year-round opportunity to educate visitors about the benefits of therapeutic-grade essential oils and introduce them to Young Living: the world leader in essential oils.

Make plans now to join us for this exciting opportunity!

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