3. WHAT YOU CAN EXPECT
• Learn why some chemicals are harmful.
• Highlight some of the key toxic chemicals, how they affect us and
where they can be found.
• Discuss some simple strategies to begin to de-toxify your home.
• See why reducing toxic chemicals is an attainable goal and one you
should start today.
4. Our homes are filled with
chemicals. In our cleaners, our
personal care products, our
cosmetics, and our pots and pans.
These can negatively impact our
health and environment.
CHEMICALS IN OUR HOME
6. TOXIC SUBSTANCE CONTROL ACT
• Allows chemical manufacturers to keep the
ingredients in some chemicals secret.
• According to the EPA, nearly 20% of the 80,000 chemicals are
• Makes it difficult for consumers and businesses to
find the information they need to identify which
chemicals are safe and unsafe.
• Chemical manufacturers do not have to demonstrate
that their products are safe before they go into use,
the law requires the government to prove actual
harm in order to control or replace a dangerous
7. CHEMICALS THREATEN OUR HEALTH
Easy absorption: We breathe, absorb, and ingest chemicals
Mass production: Billions of pounds released each year
Too little testing: Not enough studies
Heavy use of pesticides: Used in gardens, homes, schools
Environmental persistence: They persist for decades
8. According to the CDC,
more than 200 high-
chemicals can be
found in the bodies of
nearly all Americans,
10. BUT IT’S SUCH A SMALL AMOUNT…
“I’ve been using them for years and I’m fine.”
Consider the effects of bioaccumulation.
• The body breaks down many of the toxins we are exposed to, but not all.
• Toxins cause extra stress on the liver as it tries to process these unnatural substances.
• Often times we see reactions with skin. This can be symptomatic of bigger problems, an over
burdened liver or the inability for the gut to process properly.
11. • Bioaccumulation is also
referred to as “body burden".
It is the accumulated total of
chemical toxins in the human
• Continuous exposure
overloads our natural
detoxification systems and
leads to a buildup in our
14. DIRTY DOZEN
1. BHA and BHT: Endocrine Disruptor, Carcinogen, Bioaccumulation; used mainly cosmetics as preservatives.
2. Coal tar dyes: Carcinogen and heavy metal toxicity; processed foods, lipstick, hair dyes.
3. DEA-related ingredients: Carcinogen; creamy or foaming products, such as moisturizers and shampoos.
4. Dibutyl phthalate: Endocrine disrupter, reproductive toxicant; used in nail care products.
5. Formaldehyde-releasing preservatives: Carcinogen; used in a variety of cosmetics as preservatives.
6. Parabens: Endocrine disrupters, may interfere with male reproduction; used in cosmetics as preservatives.
7. Parfum/Fragrance: Carcinogen, Neurotoxicity, Allergies and sensitivities; used in variety of cosmetics.
8. PEG compounds: Can be contaminated with 1,4-dioxane which may be a Carcinogen; cosmetic cream bases.
9. Petrolatum: Carcinogen; used in hair products for shine, moisture barrier in lip balms/sticks.
10.Siloxanes: Endocrine disrupter, reproductive toxicant; Used in cosmetics to soften, smooth & moisten.
11.Sodium laureth sulfate Carcinogen; used in foaming cosmetics, shampoos, cleansers, bubble baths.
12.Triclosan: Endocrine Disruptor, Antibiotic resistance; toothpaste, cleansers, antiperspirants.
16. SMALL, SIMPLE CHANGES
• Wash Your Hands
oUse antibacterial-free soap and
• Wet dust and wet mop your
• Leave your shoes at the door
• Open windows and doors
• Use plant-based cleaners
22. ALL YOU NEED IN ONE BOTTLE
1 capful Thieves Household Cleaner to 1/2 cup distilled water
1 capful Thieves Household Cleaner
1 capful Thieves Household Cleaner to 6 cups distilled water
1 capful Thieves Household Cleaner to 2 cups distilled water
1 capful Thieves Household Cleaner to 2 cups distilled water
1 capful Thieves Household Cleaner to 6+ cups distilled water
1 capful Thieves Household Cleaner to 1 quart distilled water in a
1 capful Thieves Household Cleaner to 3 cups of distilled water
1 capful Thieves Household Cleaner to 2 cups distilled water
1 capful Thieves Household Cleaner to 1 cup distilled water
Window and glass cleaner:
1 capful Thieves Household Cleaner to 5 quarts distilled water or 1/4
teaspoon to a quart of distilled water for spray bottles
30. THIEVES LAUNDRY SOAP
• H.E. safe
• 6 x ultra concentrated
• Natural enzymes and plant based formula
• Uses Thieves, Jade Lemon, and Bergamot
• Gently and naturally washes clothes
• Cleans clothes without chemical or
31. THIEVES FRUIT AND VEGGIE
• Thieves, DiGize, and Purification essential
• Great for conventional and organically
32. THIEVES FRUIT AND VEGGIE SPRAY
• Small, convenient size
• Cleans fruits and vegetables with
the help of naturally-derived
• Lime essential oil and Thieves
essential oil blend does not affect
33. DISHWASHER DETERGENT
• No artificial dyes
• No chemicals
• No dyes
• No synthetics
• Phosphate free
• Chlorine free
• Non GMO ingredients
• Environmentally friendly formula
• Thieves, lemongrass, orange essential oils
35. START THE JOURNEY
• It’s easy! Try a new product each month.
• Spend your money on plant based products that
support your family’s health!
• Within a quick 12 months, you will significantly
reduce the impact of toxic chemicals in your
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Whether we like it or not, chemicals are all around us. Our homes are filled with chemicals. They are found in our cleaners, our personal care products, our cosmetics, and even our pots and pans. These chemicals can negatively impact our health and environment. Scientific evidence is strong and continuing to build that exposures to harmful chemicals in your home and environment are important factors in many diseases.
A commercial cleaner may promise a germ free environment, but it doesn’t mean there aren’t hidden dangers and other risks associated with its use. You may assume that if a product is on the grocery store shelf, it is tested and safe for use your home, but that is simply not true.
Did you know that most ingredients in commercial cleaners have not been tested for safety?
The Toxic Substance Control Act was implemented in 1976 to regulate the safe use of chemicals in commercial products, but there are a few major loopholes.
Instead of requiring chemical manufacturers to demonstrate that their products are safe before they go into use, the law requires the government to prove that a substance causes harm in order to control or replace a dangerous chemical. Companies don’t have to clear even a basic safety review before using a chemical in a consumer product and the EPA has little power to remove hazardous chemicals already in the marketplace.
On June 22, 2016, the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety Act was passed. This law updated the Toxic Substance Control Act. The new law includes much needed improvements such as:
Mandatory requirement for EPA to evaluate existing chemicals with clear and enforceable deadlines
New risk-based safety standard
Increased public transparency for chemical information
Consistent source of funding for EPA to carry out the responsibilities under the new law.
Environmental groups and advocates criticize this bill as too weak. Some people are concerned if there will be enough EPA funding for all this new work and if the bill’s timeline for reviewing chemicals is fast enough. It will be decades before the EPA can finish evaluations on the first 90 chemicals it has already identified as high priority.
Today people face hazards that were unheard of a few decades ago. We are at risk of exposure to thousands of new, untested synthetic chemicals. More than 80,000 new chemicals have been invented since World War II. Most of these chemicals did not previously exist in nature and they have been circulated widely into the environment.
Why are synthetic chemicals a threat to humans and the environment?
Easy absorption- Synthetic chemicals can enter the body through the skin, inhalation, or ingestion. Even infants are at risk of exposure to chemicals through breast milk and while in the womb.
Mass production- Over 4 billion pounds of toxic chemicals are released into the nation's environment each year. 72 million of those pounds are recognized carcinogens.
Too little testing- Only a small percentage of chemicals have been tested for their safety and toxicity and more studies are needed.
Heavy use of pesticides- Over 1 billion pounds of pesticides are used in the United States each year and approximately 5.6 billion pounds are used worldwide.
Environmental Persistence- Many toxic chemicals will persist in the environment for decades and even centuries.
United States Environmental Protection Agency. Chemical Hazard Data Availability Study: What Do We Really Know About the Safety of High Production Volume Chemicals?Washington, DC: Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, 1998.
United States Environmental Protection Agency. Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) Program. Washington, DC, February 21, 2008.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Third National Report on Human Exposure to Environmental Chemicals Atlanta (GA): CDC, 2005.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than 200 high-volume synthetic chemicals can be found in the bodies of nearly all Americans, including newborn infants. Of the top 20 chemicals discharged to the environment, nearly 75 percent are known or suspected to be toxic to the developing human brain.
These chemicals are a proven risk to our health and environment.
For example, triclosan has been used in antibacterial hand soaps for years. In September of 2016, the FDA banned the use of triclosan and 18 other chemicals commonly used in antibacterial consumer products because of evidence that shows it disrupts hormone cycles and causes negative health effects. The FDA said that there's no evidence antibacterial soaps do a better job cleaning hands and chemicals in them may pose health hazards. Companies have one year to remove the ingredient or take their product off the market. However, the ban applies only to consumer products, not to antibacterial soaps used in hospitals and food service settings.
This is a huge step the FDA is taking to improve consumer health, but this ban will not end our exposure to triclosan. Triclosan is still found in some toothpastes, acne treatments, dish soaps, and may be found in products marketed as “anti-bacterial.” This is just one of the many chemicals that have been proven to cause harm.
How many of you heard someone say “But there’s such a small amount of chemicals in my household products, does it really matter?” Or “I’ve been using them for years and I’m fine.” Have these thoughts ever crossed your mind?
Consider the effects of bioaccumulation.
The EPA has stated that small amounts of chemicals are not harmful to the body, but what happens when a small amount of chemicals are found in every single product you use and you use these products every single day of every week for the rest your life?
A small amount of chemicals in your personal care products, hair products, detergents, and cleaning products can add up to big problems and this can put a significant burden on your body.
If you picture yourself as a glass, and you keep adding liquid to it, eventually it’s going to overflow. That’s basically what body burden is. You're fine, until one day, you aren’t. Chemicals can stay in your body and build up over time.
Some chemicals accumulate in our bodies over time
Impacts may show up long after exposure
Some chemicals can become harmful or more toxic in combination with other chemicals
Chemicals can have more impact during certain periods of development (womb, infancy, puberty)
Even tiny doses can be very potent
So what can we do? How do we avoid chemical exposure?
Chemicals are all around us and they are hard to avoid, how can we keep our families and homes healthy?
At first it may seem impossible to have a chemical free home, but don’t be overwhelmed. There are a few small and simple changes that can have a huge impact on your home.
The first step to a chemical free home is to become aware. Understand that there are chemicals found in many household products that can be harmful to your health. You are already becoming aware of harmful chemicals by reading this course!
Focus on avoiding chemicals you can control, like the products you choose to have in your home. Educate yourself on ingredients and chemicals you should avoid.
It is important to be empowered and know what ingredients to avoid in your everyday products.
The Dirty Dozen are 12 toxic chemicals commonly found in personal care products and cleaners that you should avoid. This list introduces you to where these chemicals are used and what they are suspected to do to our bodies and our environment.
1. BHA and BHT: Used mainly in moisturizers and makeup as preservatives. Also, harmful to fish and other wildlife.
2. Coal Tar Dyes - Artificial colors - also found in processed foods, lipstick. Look for p-phenylenediamine hair dyes and in other products colors listed as "CI" followed by five digits. The U.S. color name may also be listed (e.g. "FD&C Blue No. 1" or "Blue 1").
3. DEA-related ingredients: Used to make cosmetics creamy or foaming products, such as moisturizers and shampoos. Also acts as a ph Adjuster. Also found in sunscreens, soaps, cleansers, and shampoo. Acute toxicity to aquatic organisms and potential for bioaccumulation
4. Dibutyl phthalate (pronounced thal-ate), or DBP, is used mainly in nail products as a solvent for dyes and as a plasticizer that prevents nail polishes from becoming brittle. Phthalates are also used as fragrance ingredients in many other cosmetics, but consumers won't find these listed on the label. Fragrance recipes are considered trade secrets, so manufacturers are not required to disclose fragrance chemicals in the list of ingredients (see also Fragrance/Parfum). DBP is also commonly used in polyvinyl chloride plastic (PVC) to render it flexible.
5. Parabens: Used in a variety of cosmetics as preservatives. Suspected endocrine disrupters and may interfere with male reproductive functions. Parabens are the most widely used preservative in cosmetics. They are also used as fragrance ingredients, but consumers won't find that listed on the label.
6. Formaldehyde-releasing preservatives: Used in a variety of cosmetics. Slowly release small amounts of formaldehyde, which causes cancer. These formaldehyde-releasing agents are used as preservatives in a wide range of cosmetics. Other industrial applications of formaldehyde include production of resins used in wood products, vinyl flooring and other plastics, permanent-press fabric, and toilet bowl cleaners.
7. Parfum (a.k.a. fragrance): Any mixture of fragrance ingredients used in a variety of cosmetics — even in some products marketed as "unscented." Some fragrance ingredients can trigger allergies and asthma. Some linked to cancer and neurotoxicity. Some harmful to fish and other wildlife.
8. PEG compounds: Used in many cosmetic cream bases. Can be contaminated with 1,4-dioxane, which may cause cancer. PEGs (polyethylene glycols) are petroleum-based compounds that are widely used in cosmetics as thickeners, solvents, softeners, and moisture-carriers. PEGs are commonly used as cosmetic cream bases.
9. Petrolatum - aka mineral oil or petroleum jelly: Used in some hair products for shine and as a moisture barrier in some lip balms, lip sticks and moisturizers. The European Union classifies petrolatum a carcinogen and restricts its use in cosmetics. PAHs in petrolatum can also cause skin irritation and allergies.
10. Siloxanes: Look for ingredients ending in "-siloxane" or "-methicone." Used in a variety of cosmetics to soften, smooth and moisten. These silicone-based compounds are used in cosmetics to soften, smooth, and moisten. They make hair products dry more quickly and deodorant creams slide on more easily. They are also used extensively in moisturizers and facial treatments.
11. Sodium Laureth Sulfate: Used in foaming cosmetics. It is common in shampoos, shower gels and facial cleansers. It is also found in household cleaning products, like dish soap. Look also for related chemical sodium lauryl sulfate
12. Triclosan - Used in antibacterial cosmetics, such as toothpastes, cleansers and antiperspirants. Suspected endocrine disrupter and the extensive use of triclosan in consumer products may contribute to antibiotic-resistant bacteria. The Canadian Medical Association has called for a ban on antibacterial consumer products, such as those containing triclosan.
The next small and simple change you can make in your home is taking action!
You don’t need to replace every single product in your home tomorrow. Transitioning to a healthy, plant-based home is lifestyle journey and you can make changes overtime. Start by replacing the products you use most frequently. This may be your household cleaner or maybe your hand soap. Focus on replacing products used on those most susceptible. Children and those with a compromised immune system can be more prone to the harmful effects of chemicals.
You can take action by avoiding the dirty dozen chemicals in your home, replacing your commonly used products, as well as making practical lifestyle changes. There are many easy, practical ways to reduce chemicals in your home and your body!
Anti-bacterial products may encourage the creation of bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics.
Leave you shoes at the door, especially if you have small children crawling around the home.
Indoor air is 5-7 times more polluted than outdoor air, this is largely due to commercial cleaning products, by opening up windows and doors you allow fresh air to circulate.
Using plant based-cleaners may be the most important step to creating a healthy, chemical free home.
What are some safe and effective alternatives to chemical filled household products? Which products we can trust?
Young Living is known for its large selection of pure, authentic essential oils, but we also have a wide selection of safe, naturally derived, plant-based products for the entire home! Young Living offers great alternatives to harsh cleaners and personal care products filled with chemicals. They are pure enough for your family and strong enough for your life.
The entire Thieves product line is infused with the popular and powerful Thieves essential oil blend, a proprietary combination of Cinnamon, Lemon, Rosemary, Eucalyptus, and Clove essential oils.
Young Living’s Thieves essential oil blend was inspired by the legend of four 15th-century French thieves who formulated and wore a special aromatic combination of clove, rosemary, and other botanicals that they believed provided protection while they were stealing. French authorities recognized that there was such value in this mixture that upon the thieves’ capture, they received a more merciful punishment on condition that they divulge the ingredients in their secret formula.
We’ve infused Thieves into personal care, oral care, and cleaning products to create safe, gentle, and effective products you can use in your home to support and enhance your family’s wellness, not place any extra burden on the body.
Experience exceptional cleaning without compromise with the power of Thieves Household Cleaner. Thieves Household Cleaner uses naturally derived, plant-based ingredients and essential oils such as Lemon and Thieves to give you a safer way to clean your home. If want to start using plant-based products, but are not sure what to start with, try Thieves Cleaner. No home should be without its powerful benefits.
You can replace almost every commercial cleaner in your home with just this one product. Its versatility will save you money and space. Plus, you won’t have the unnecessary stress and worry that your children or pets will get into harmful chemicals.
Thieves Cleaner is everything you need in one simple and easy to use product. Thieves Cleaner can be used on virtually any surface in your home or office including; fabrics, upholstery, carpet, floors, toilets, walls, dishes, and so much more. It even works great on mirrors and widows, leaving them streak free.
This one product is a huge step to creating a healthy home and you can use it for just about anything!
If you are worried about using Thieves Cleaner on a delicate surface, preform a spot test in an inconspicuous area.
Thieves cleaner is highly concentrated, making it both versatile and cost effective! Just one bottle of Thieves Cleaner can last you a very long time!
Using the medium recommended dilution ratio, you can make 29 16-oz. bottles of cleaner with one bottle of Thieves Household Cleaner.
How do you dilute Thieves Cleaner?
Heavy degreasing- add one cap of Thieves Cleaner to one cup of water.
Medium degreasing- add one cap of Thieves Cleaner to two cups of water.
Light degreasing- add one cap of Thieves Cleaner to three cups of water.
Combine in a glass or chemically resistant spray bottle and clean!
Thieves personal care products are a perfect addition to any room in your home. Thieves Foaming Hand Soap and Thieves Cleansing Soap are great alternatives to commercial soaps full of harsh chemicals.
Thieves Foaming Hand Soap gently cleans and conditions the skin with a blend of Thieves, Lemon, and Orange essential oils, as well as aloe vera.
Use and Benefits:
Combines Thieves blend, Lemon and Orange essential oils with other naturally derived ingredients to clean hands
Instant foam makes it easy to lather and rinse
Leaves skin soft and clean, with a light Thieves scent
Contains no sulfates, dyes, synthetic fragrances, or harsh chemicals
Thieves Cleansing bar Soap is enriched with moisturizing plant oils such as coconut, jojoba, and olive oil. Aloe vera, and wolfberry seed oil tare added to help cleanse and purify your skin.
These convenient Thieves products can easily fit in your car, purse, gym bag, or even desk drawer!
Use Thieves Spray on any surface that you feel needs to be refreshed, such as door knobs, in hotels, airplanes, at school or anytime you may be out and about.
Thieves Waterless Hand Purifier is effective, safe, and gentle enough for kids to use to use on their hands, especially if soap and water aren’t an option.
Thieves Wipes and Spray are ideal for door handles, toilet seats, or any small surface that needs a quick cleaning.
Convenient, compact design
Great for travel, gym bag, purse, car, or office
Great for any small surface
Discover a new level of clean with Thieves oral care products. Healthy teeth start with products that clean without harsh chemicals. Discover natural alternatives for oral health with our essential oil-infused oral care products.
Thieves® Dental Floss is made with strong fibers that resist fraying and easily glide between teeth for those hard-to-reach places. Saturated twice, this hard-wearing floss provides two layers of essential oils, offering double the protection to freshen your breath. Thieves Floss has one layer of Thieves and one layer of Peppermint essential oil.
Even with regular brushing, children and adults can miss areas of the teeth and gums. Young Living’s Thieves Fresh Essence Plus Mouthwash freshens and provides a whole-mouth clean. For incredibly clean teeth and gums use Thieves Mouthwash to freshen your breath without the harmful effects of mouthwash, SLS, dyes, or artificial flavors.
These products can reveal a brighter smile and freshen your breath.
Young Living has many toothpaste options to fit your needs.
This slide demonstrates the differences between Young Living toothpaste options. Compare and contrast ingredients to find the option best for you.
Common toxins found in commercial toothpastes include: PEG, Parabens, Fluoride, artificial colors, SLS. Young Living toothpastes are free from these harmful chemicals.
Thieves AromaBright Toothpaste can help promote extra-clean teeth and gums. This top-selling toothpaste gently removes stains while polishing and brightening the appearance of teeth. The Peppermint and Spearmint essential oils combine for a minty-fresh flavor and long-lasting fresh breath.
Free from fluorides, dyes, synthetic perfumes, and SLS
Free of synthetic ingredients
Infused with Thieves, Peppermint, and Spearmint essential oils
Long lasting fresh breath
Xylitol- promotes gum health
Supports healthy-looking gums and teeth.
Provides a refreshing minty taste with naturally derived ingredients.
Global formula meets the strict standards of world markets.
With naturally derived ingredients, Thieves Dish Soap effectively cleans your dishes without chemicals, dyes, or synthetics. Young Living pure essential oils like Thieves, Jade Lemon, and Bergamot work with other plant based ingredients to leaves your dishes sparkling clean.
Free from: dyes, synthetic perfumes, preservatives, and SLS.
With a plant based formula, thieves laundry soap gently and naturally washes your clothes, leaving them truly clean without any chemical or synthetic residue. Natural enzymes and powerful essential oils add to the formulas strength, leaving your clothes fresh and clean with a light citrus scent. Thieves laundry soap can be used in all washers, including high efficiency and its highly concentrated formula will handle approximately 64 loads with just 32 fl oz.
No synthetic perfumes
No optical brighteners
Thieves Spray and Soak utilize naturally derived ingredients and the cleansing power of Thieves essential oil blend to effectively wash produce.
The soak is a perfect choice when cleaning larger amounts of produce. With the help of DiGize, Purification, and Thieves essential oil blends, you can prepare produce for a wonderful meal or healthy snack
Decyl glucoside is the plant-based surfactant used in many thieves products. It is a plant derived ingredient used to effectively remove dirt wax and other surface impurities.
To use: Pour a capful into a bowl of water, mix in fruit and veggies, let sit for about a minute, and then rinse.
Thieves Fruit and Veggie Spray is great for single use servings or when you are away from home. It is small and portable for convenient use at home or school. The convenient 2 oz. spray bottle fits in a purse, backpack, or carry-on, making it easily accessible. With just a few spritzes, you can quickly and efficiently clean fruits and vegetable no matter where you are.
Small, convenient size makes it perfect to use when on-the-go
Ideal for quickly cleaning small quantities of produce at home
Cleans fruits and vegetables with the help of naturally-derived ingredients
Lime essential oil and Thieves essential oil blend does not affect taste
Young Living Dish Soap is a proprietary blend of biodegradable cleansing agents and enzymes that removes even the toughest grease and baked-on-food. Dishes come out spotless and free of any chemical taste or food particles!
With naturally derived ingredients, Thieves Automatic Dish Detergent effectively cleans your dishes without chemicals, dyes, or synthetics. Young Living pure essential oils Thieves, Lemongrass, and Orange, work with other plant-based ingredients to leave your dishes sparkling clean.
No artificial dyes
Safe, sustainable formulation
Removes dried on food
Environmentally friendly formula
Soap berries are the cleansing agent Young Living uses in this product. They are wild-harvested by hand from trees found in forests in the Nepal foothills. They grow in the wild without the use of chemicals, fertilizers, or pesticides. They are hardy trees and are resistant to disease and insects.
How to use: It is safe to use in all automatic dishwashers. Its comes in an ultra-concentrated formula. Use 1 tablespoon per load. Dishes come out spotless with no chemical taste or food particles. Use ½ tablespoon for regular loads or with soft water. Use 1 tablespoon for dirty loads or with hard water. You can do between 16-32 loads of dishes with one bag.
How many of you have heard the statement or have said yourself, “I love the idea of using natural products, but I’m on a budget.”
By replacing a just a few products we can make our homes healthier and more chemical free. You already buy household items like soap and laundry detergent from the grocery store, you might as well spend your money more wisely on plant-based products that are infused with the powerful benefits of essential oils. What if we took the money we spend on products that may be contributing to sickness and allocate those same dollars back into building up healthy homes and healthy bodies through safe plant-based products?
Think about one or two products you would like to replace today. What are they? Write them down now and make a written commitment to yourself to start today.
Why not spend your money more wisely on products that are supporting your family’s health, not hindering it.
It’s about small simple changes! By consistently replacing a few products each month you can significantly reduce the impact of toxic chemicals on your health.
You can impact someone’s entire life with Young Living and we can make this world a safer place with just small, simple changes.
What are you waiting for? A year from now, you will wish you had started today.