Monday, April 27, 2020

Simply Earth's May Essential Oil Box

Simply Earth's May Essential Oil Box

You all know how much fun Claire and I have making things from the Simply Earth boxes we receive and this one could not have come at a better time! As soon as Claire sees the box come in the mail she always squeals and wants to make them immediately. She made sure to read through all of the recipe cards and got to choose which ones we made first. The Simply Earth boxes are not only a good way to start using essential oils more in your home, but they are nice activities to do with your children, too. This month the box's theme is Woman Up. It focuses on what we go through as women, but most of the recipes are really beneficial for all. We have been using the diffuser blend almost nonstop over the past 2 weeks and absolutely love the fresh floral scent. 

Simply Earth's May Essential Oil Box

This month's Simply Earth box came with Dried Lavender Flowers, flip top plastic container, twist top plastic container, and 4 essential oils. The oils featured in this month's box are:
  • Tangerine- fights mental fatigue, relieve stress, helps detox and digestion
  • Marjoram- warms, calms, helps relieve pain and ease congestion 
  • Good Vibes- supports hormone health
  • Ladies Choice- can help relieve symptoms of PMS 
The recipes included were Spring Day Diffuser Blend, Positivity Solid Perfume, Balance Bath Soak, Good Vibes Roll On, Complexion Face Serum, and a Cramp Care Compress.

Simply Earth's May Essential Oil Box

Spring Day Diffuser Blend
One of the primary ways I use essential oils is with a diffuser and I really appreciate trying new combinations of scents with each box in their diffuser blends. This was one of my top 3 favorite blends to use in my diffuser. It's so light and fresh smelling!

Simply Earth's May Essential Oil Box

Good Vibes Roll On 
Boxes always include a roll on and we find that we use our roll ons often because they are so handy and easy! This supports hormone health, but I've been using it almost daily because I just really like the smell and find it calming.
Simply Earth's May Essential Oil Box

Complexion Face Serum 
This is an easy to use facial serum that can be applied after cleansing or as a deep oil treatment. 
Simply Earth's May Essential Oil Box

Balance Bath Soak
Since our daughters love bathes, they get very excited about bath salts and bath soaks. The coconut oil really makes their skin soft afterwards! Simply Earth recommends grinding the lavender buds in this before adding them in and I wish I had because my youngest thought the lavender buds were bugs! Haha! 
Simply Earth's May Essential Oil Box

Positivity Solid Perfume 
Solid perfumes aren't common, but they are so handy! I like to keep this in my purse if I need it during the day and the best part is that you never need to worry about it spilling! It's nice for traveling too because it is a solid. I love the citrus scent in this! 

Simply Earth's May Essential Oil Box

This box also contains the recipe for a Cramp Care Compress, but I didn't have a chance to make and use, but it looks really easy!

If you are debating signing up, next month's box looks like it will be another great one! It focusing on natural home remedies including a burn salve, skin healing gel, body butter, and some wonderful new oils and blends! With many of us spending more time outside those ouches and scrapes are bound to happen and it's so nice having things on hand to treat them. 

The Simply Earth subscription box is a wonderful opportunity to begin using essential oils more and making useful and fun items you can use in your home. If you have children, the box is a great way to spend some time with them making things together! Use my referral link and my code IDODECLAIREFREE and receive a $40 gift card towards a future box or something else on their site AND a free Bonus Box!! It contains all kinds of little extras to help you make the recipes. 

Simply Earth's May Essential Oil Box

Thank you to Simply Earth for providing this box free of charge to me in exchange for this post. All opinions are my own. 

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