This article covers the basic details of the Young Living Premium starter kit with a home diffuser. I’ve covered the basics of the oils and their benefits as well as how to get started with the sign-up process as well as some essential oil safety tips at the end of this article.
The kit comes at an awesome price, and is perfect for anyone who wants to embark on a healthier lifestyle. For one, essential oils are a great alternative to toxic air fresheners. And two, some of the oils that come in the starter kit are approved by Health Canada to be used as natural remedies for common ailments such as digestive issues, certain cold symptoms and even headaches.
Young Living has two essential oil starter bundles, one with the Desert Mist Diffuser and the other with the Dewdrop Diffuser. Aside from the different diffusers, all other products are the same in each of the two bundles.
These are the details of the two essential oils starter kits that are available in Canada. If you are in the U.S. or in other parts of the world, your starter kit oils and other products may vary. With that said, you may still be able to purchase these exact kits as well.
Young Living Starter Kit Oils (5ml each)
- Northern Lights Black Spruce
What Else is in the Premium Starter Kit?
- Thieves Waterless Hand Purifier (1 oz)
- 1 AromaGlide Roller Fitment
- 10 Love it? Share it! Sample Business Cards (English and French)
- 10 Love it? Share it! Sample Oil Bottles
- 2 NingXia Red 2oz samples
- Product Guide (English with French Add-On Option)
About the Oils
Copaiba. Copaiba essential oil is high in beta caryophyllene. It mixes well with other oils, making it great for use in roller bottles as well as in diffusers. You can also use this in the bath and in homemade deodorants.
DiGize. The DiGize essential oil blend contains a blend of ginger, peppermint, tarragon and other essential oils that work together to help relieve symptoms of digestive discomforts.
Frankincense. Frankincense has a calming effect and is often used in meditation. When used topically it may help to promote healthy-looking skin. It mixes well with other oils in diffusers and roller bottles. Can also be used in bath and beauty products.
Lavender. Lavender comes from the Latin word Lavare, which means “to wash”. It has a welcoming fresh floral scent, which makes it ideal for use in bath and beauty products.
Lavender essential oil has been approved by Health Canada as a natural remedy for symptoms of cough and cold, digestive discomforts, headaches, and joint and muscle pain. It has a calming effect, making it great for diffusing at night. It is also great for the skin when applied topically.
Lemon. Who doesn’t love the scent of lemon? It is widely used in cleaning products because of it’s clean and fresh scent.
Lemon essential oil is a natural pick-me-upper, and has been approved by Health Canada to help relieve symptoms of the common cold.
Northern Lights Black Spruce. This is another refreshing oil that you can diffuse or add to your roller bottle blend for a sweet aroma. It is often used in meditation.
It mixes well with Frankincense, lavender, copaiba, and lemon from your starter kit.
Panaway. The panaway blend is great for active individuals to apply after workouts. It is also very soothing in the bath.
Peppermint. Oh the beloved peppermint! Its refreshing scent helps to increase energy levels. Health Canada has approved this oil as a natural remedy for easing joint pain, symptoms of the cold, and digestive discomforts. It also helps to support the nervous system and promotes a sense of calm.
Purification. Just as the name implies, the purification essential oil blend helps to purify and deodorize odors in the air when diffused.
RC. It stands for Respiratory Comfort. It contains a blend of essential oils such as peppermint, eucalyptus and lavender, which can help to alleviate symptoms of the cold. Diffuse or add it to your bath water.
Thieves. The Thieves essential oil blend contains refreshing oils like cinnamon, cloves and lemon that work together to create a warming fall scent in your home. It also contains eucalyptus, and can help to relieve symptoms of the cold.
Other Products Included
Thieves Waterless Hand Purifier (1 oz). This hand sanitizer is made with natural ingredients and doesn’t leave your hands feeling dry. It’s great for kids and adults! Learn more about the Thieves Product Line.
AromaGlide Roller Fitment. This roller fitment is designed to sit on top of your essential oil bottle to transform into a roller bottle. Thus, always keep your empty bottles. The starter kit only includes one fitment, but you can get them in packs of 10.
10 Love It? Share It! Sample Business Cards (English and French). These are great, not only if you plan on doing the business side of Young Living, but they also make for great additions to your oily gifts that you’ll be making for your friends and family.
10 Love It? Share It! Sample Oil Bottles. These are very small sample containers that allow you to share some of your starter kit oils with your friends and family.
2 NingXia Red 2oz Samples. NingXia Red is a concentrated drink made from wolfberries, and other fruits and berries to help restore nutrition.
Product Guide (English with French Add-On Option). This is a great resource for those just getting started with Young Living. You can view the online version here on Issuu.
Starter Kit Costs
Both of the diffuser starter kits are priced at $199.75CAD. This may seem like a lot, but you’re actually getting a huge discount. If you were to purchase everything separately you’d be paying at least double, if not more. And when you think about the variety of oils that you get, it is the best essential oil starter kit to get you started.
Plus, when you purchase a starter kit, you reach 100PV, which means you also get the product of the month at no extra cost.
You can get your starter kit through my signup link here. See below for basic instructions on how the signup works.
How to Sign Up for Young Living
- Here is the link to the Sign Up Page: Become a Young Living MemberIt should redirect you automatically, but if you get stuck on a white screen, simply hit refresh and it should look similar as the image below.
- Next you have two options. You can choose a starter kit, or you can purchase only the products that you want.
- Option 1 is for the starter kits. You have five to choose from if you're in Canada.
- Option 2 allows you to pick and choose your favorite products.
- Once you have the products selected that you want, Confirm your order and hit the next button at the bottom.
- On the next page you enter your personal information. First, it'll ask you for your name and address.
- Next, you'll be asked to choose your username and password, along with a pin number in case you need to call in.Just below that you'll see a section for Tax Information. I believe this is only used if you plan on doing the YL business. If you're just signing up as a customer, you can skip this step.
- Then, if the link above did a proper redirect, the enroller number should already be filled out for you. If not and it's blank, my enroller number is: 23339811.Next, you have a list of links for terms and conditions. Have a read over all that before hitting the "Agree and Continue" button.
- There are two more pages to the signup process, which are fairly straightforward: the "Shipping and Payment" and Lastly the "Review Order and Checkout". Just fill in your details, and if you forget something important, the system will highlight the area for you.
Although these oils are pure, they are not intended for internal use, as they are highly concentrated. If you’d like to purchase oils that you can take internally and use as food flavorings, look for the Vitality line in the U.S. or the + line in Canada. For example, a peppermint flavoring would be labeled as either Peppermint Vitality, or Peppermint +.
Always dilute your oils with a carrier oil before applying to your skin, as some oils may be irritating to the skin. My favorite is fractionated coconut oil. Almond and olive oil work well too! Young Living also carries a carrier oil called the “V-6 Enhanced Vegetable Oil Complex”.
If you are new to oils, start with a small amount to see how your body reacts and work your way up to stronger doses if you like.
Do not apply oils around mucous membranes, eyes, ears and other sensitive areas.
Always check your labels. Different oils have different effects, so always check the labels before using. Some oils, such as citrus, are photosensitive and can cause skin irritation if you apply them before going out into the sun.
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