Simply Earth Essential Oils Review

If you’ve been keeping up with my posts the last year you’ve probably noticed I’ve been writing a lot about Essential Oils.

Although I’ve used oils for several years for simple things I didn’t realize their power to help us eliminate toxins in our homes and our body. 

I realize that if you are new to essential oils figuring out how to use them can be a bit overwhelming.

Selecting an essential oil brand can be even trickier.

When evaluating companies they may all look alike plus a few companies suggest their oils are the only oils safe to use.

For the record, this isn’t true.

What is true is that that are many companies that have pure oils that are safe to use around your home for cleaning and for immune support.

Of course, there are only a few oils you may want to ingest and those are specifically labeled as food grade.

How Do You Decide Which  Essential Oils To Use?

I’ve tried several brands over the last few years and have a few favorites based on my own research.

I’m not an essential oils professional but I love to research and find safe products for my family.

I discovered the Simply Earth Subscription Box as a simple way to get essential oils and learn how to use them at the same time.

Plus, avoid the big price tag.

Simply Earth Essential Oils. Rosemary for memory.

Simply Earth Essential Oils Are:

  • GMO-free
  • From Pesticides Free Sources
  • Tested for purity
  • Not Diluted With Fillers

Their mission is to make safe oils at affordable prices.

If you check out their website you will see that their oils are very affordable but not cheap either.

I like that they understand that eliminating toxins in our homes is important and they strive to make it easy without breaking the bank.

Their Profits Help Others

When you buy your essential oils from Simply Earth, 13% of their profits go to help end human trafficking!

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What’s In The Simply Earth Recipe Box?

The Simply Earth Subscription Recipe Box takes the guesswork out of what oils to purchase and how to use them.

If you are new to essential oils this is a great place to start because it reduces your chance of becoming overwhelmed.

Sure, there are basic essential oil kits you can purchase from just about any company but what makes Simply Earth different is that they actually have recipes AND the accessories to make the recipes.

(who has a roller bottle just lying around when you find a good oil blend to try?)

Simply Earth. Pure oils at affordable prices

In each Simply Earth Subscription Box, you will get 4 essential oils and 6 recipes.

Your first time to order you will get the big blue bonus box.

This box is filled with all the bottles and carrier oils you’ll need for the next 6 months.

(read this review for more details about the bonus box )

This subscription box takes all the guesswork out of using oils and the dilemma of not having the right supplies on hand to use them.

I reached out to Simply Earth in November 2018 with a few questions and they offered to send me the November Box to review.

Since then I’ve reviewed several boxes.

Read a few here:

December Simply Earth Review,  January 2018 Simply Earth Review or  February 2019 Simple Earth Review

Keep reading for September 2019 and Aprill 2019 reviews.

Simply Earth Oils Coupon Code

Use my code STACYRUSSELLFREE to get a $40 gift card emailed to you after subscribing to your first box (subscription can be canceled anytime).

Simply Earth Essential Oils Subscription Box

September 2019 Simply Earth Review

I honestly have more oils than I know what to do with but I’m sorta addicted to this box and eagerly await to see what new goodies I will get each month.

This month the box contains 4 oils I didn’t have including an oil I’ve never even heard of.

Have you heard of Cajeput Essential Oil?  If you have, leave me a comment below.

If not, keep reading to learn about it and the other oils in this box.

By the way, according to Michelle at New Year Healing you pronounce it like KA je put (the a in KA is pronounced like the a in mad).

Essential Oils In This Box

Cajeput Essential Oil

The fresh, fruity and herbaceous aroma sorta smells like camphor so shouldn’t surprise you that Cajeput is good for relieving congestion, minor pains, inflammation, and muscle spasms.

Cajeput combined with Lemongrass essential Oil, Bay essential oil and water makes a excellent compress that can be used cold for pain due to inflammation and varicose veins or warm for cramps, fever, and congestion.

Note: It can cause breathing issues with young children so don’t use or diffuse around them. Also, don’t use it on damaged skin.

Happy Joy Essential Oil Blend

This is a blend of Geranium, Sweet Orange, Grapefruit, and Ylang Ylang.

It reminds me of a lot of their Love blend.

Probably the Ylang Ylang in it.

It is comparable to Doterras Cheer Blend and Young Living’s Joy Blend.

Bay Essential Oil

Another oil great for decongestion, easing muscle spasms and pain is Bay essential oil.

Also, it can be used to help reduce fever and gas.

It smells like bay leaves to me.

Note: It can cause breathing issues with young children so don’t use or diffuse around them. Also, don’t use it on damaged skin.

Lemongrass Essential Oil

Its aroma is similar to Lemon essential oil but with more herbal smell.

The fresh and sunny scent provides a refreshing aroma that can be used in a variety of ways.

Lemongrass is great to use in cleaning recipes but also can be used to help relieve acne and oily skin, as a digestive aid, to reduce fevers, to remove airborne orders, and to relieve anxiety.

Used an a diffuser it can calm stress and anxiety and promote feelings of joy and happiness.

Try These Diffuser Blends With Lemongrass

Simply Earth Essential Oil Review - Lemongrass diffuser blends

 

Essential Oil Recipes In This Box

This month you get the recipes to make soap!

I’ve never made soap before much less add essential oils to them. Have you?

Other recipes include a compress, roll-on, and diffuser blend.

Here Katie and Shilah show you what’s in the September box and the Bonus Box.

Simply Earth Review - Simply Earth Essential Oils Subscription Box

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April 2019 Simply Earth Subscription Box Review

We never get tired of these boxes and it’s always a scuffle to see who gets to open the box to check out the oils.

Usually one of my daughters claims an oil in the box to take to their room. (we all have diffusers in our rooms).

The April essential oil box did not disappoint.

You simply can’t go wrong with Tea Tree and Lemon.

Mix in some Nutmeg and BO Be Gone and you’ve got some oils to clean your home with.

Plus, you’ll get a spray bottle plus castile soap.

Simply Earth Oils Review Subscription Box - Tea Tree Oil, Lemon, BoBe Gone and Nutmeg

Clean Your Home With These Recipes

This month’s subscription box included 6 recipes to help you clean your home without toxins. 

I love this topic since I’ve written about it many times.

There are numerous ways essential oils can replace the toxic ingredients found in most store-bought cleaners.

How about laundry stain remover or homemade laundry detergent?

Ever made it yourself?

Well, get the April box and you’ll have the oils you need to make it.

Also included with the April Box are recipes for a home diffuser recipe, foaming hand soap, surface cleaner, and DIY dishwashing detergent.

Just in time for your spring cleaning!

The great thing about cleaning with essential oils is that they are safe for your whole family. 

You can let your children help you clean your home without worrying about toxic fumes!

It’s time to order your box and get to cleaning. 🙂

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What Do You Think?

Do you think you will be purchasing a Simply Earth Box?



 

Simply Earth Review. Essential oils recipe box. Makes using essential oils easy.

Reader Comments

  1. Sara says:

    Stacy, this box seems so cool. What a great gift idea. I didn’t even know until recently that there were edible essential oils. I love that they include the carrier oils. It’s awesome how useful essential oils are. Thanks for sharing, Stacy!

    1. Stacy Russell says:

      Yes, they do make great gifts and keep me using my oils because I have quite a stockpile. 🙂

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