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I’m always looking for new ways to transform my house into an “all-natural” house, so when I saw that one of my favorite essential oil companies just came out with a subscription box that helps do JUST that, I had to jump on board!
Simply Earth’s Essential Oil Recipe Box is a monthly subscription box that gives you
- 5 quality FULL SIZED essential oils
- Easy-peasy recipe cards
- High-quality containers to store your recipes
- Ingredients to help you start your recipes
They were awesome enough to let me review their box for April! April’s theme is “Spring Cleaning” and previous boxes have centered around staying healthy in the winter, kids crafts, and soap making, just to name a few. I love that each box has a theme. It makes it so fun!
April’s box really gave me the tools that I needed to create some all-natural spring cleaning items. April’s box includes
- 3 different rags (Dusting, screen cleaning, and polishing)
- Tea Tree Oil
- Balsam Fir Oil
- Cinnamon Oil
- Lemon Oil
- 2 Containers
- Recipe cards
Check out my video to see what each thing looked like!
The recipes are truly easy to make. The directions are clear and I love that the ingredients are all things that I’d already have in my cupboard. This month’s box included recipes for garbage pail pods, furniture polish, room spray and more. I’ve demonstrated how to make the room spray in the video below. You’ll be shocked at how easy it is to make!
The best thing about Simply Earth, in my opinion, is that 13% of all proceeds go to help fight human trafficking. It’s great to be able to support a company that is doing so much good! All oils are pure and high-quality. The box costs $39 a month, which is about the same price as ONE bottle of oil from a higher priced brand. I have absolutely LOVED the quality of the products and the ingredients included. This box is well worth every penny.
Check out more about this box here.
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*This post was sponsored by Simply Earth all opinions are my own