Simply Savvy Blog_Young Living Essential Oils Eyelash Growth

Somewhere between years of eyelash curling, eyelash treatments, and wearing fake eyelashes, my natural lashes began thinning and falling out easier (even while simply washing off my makeup at night).

A few years ago I finally began researching some products promising to condition and grow long, healthy lashes. Many were met with mixed reviews, but I bit the bullet and tried some.

Although I did sporadically see minor improvement, I still experienced the most common side effects with each product (i.e. eye irritation, darkening around the eyes, etc.). And in each case, as soon as I stopped using the product, my lashes went right back to their brittle and falling-out state. Not to mention I was spending entirely too much money trying out all of these different products.

I soon realized that the end definitely did not justify the means and simply gave up. A friend introduced me to Young Living Essential Oils a few months ago, and I immediately fell in love with them. After I made over my medicine cabinet, I began attempting to incorporate these pure oils into the MOST everyday aspects of my family’s life, not just turning to them when we wanted to treat an ailment.

So I did some reading regarding hair conditioning and strengthening using the oils, and have decided to use the oily method to finally get the healthy, full lashes I’ve tried to grow for so long!

Here’s the Eyelash/Eyebrow Conditioning & Enhancing recipe I’ll be using:

Drop 1 drop each of Lavender and Cedarwood essential oils into a new tube of mascara. Apply daily as usual.

Here’s hoping those spidery, Kardashian-esque lashes are just a couple tubes away 🙂

How using essential oils will save you money:

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1 drop of Lavender essential oil = $.09 (calculating 250 drops per 15ml bottle)

1 drop of Cedarwood essential oil = $.04 (calculating 250 drops per 15ml bottle)

1 new Cover Girl Professional Natural Lash Mascara = $1.87 on clearance

Total cost = $2!

Compare that to the average cost of prescription eyelash treatment ($100+), and the average cost of some of the non-prescription eyelash growth products I’ve tried, which was between $20-$40.

To order your Premium Starter Kit from Young Living, just follow these simple steps:

1. Head on over to the sign-up page.

2. Select Sign up as: “Wholesale Member” (this will get you 24% off forever & always!)

3. It should be done for you, but just to be safe, make sure that my member number is both the Sponsor ID & Enroller ID: 2187729

4. Fill out your name, billing & shipping address, SSN, and contact info. (Your SSN will never be used unless you make over $600/year selling Young Living products, in which case they’d send you a 1099 as required by law at the end of the year. And never fear! If you don’t decide to pursue the business end of YL, it will never ever be used.)

5. Read and Check the Terms & Conditions

6. Create a username, password and pin. Write these down so you can quickly & easily access the site again! 🙂

7. The fun part! Select your Premium Starter Kit! I recommend the Aroma diffuser for its farther reach, handy timer, and, well, pretty look. It is only $10 more than the standard Premium Starter Kit.

8. I recommend clicking “No, thank you.” for Step 3. No need to sign up for Essential Rewards at this point!

9. Enter your payment info.

10. CHECK OUT! Be sure you get all the way to the confirmation page.

 

Disclaimer: I am not a medical professional, and am in no way recommending the use of essential oils in place of any medication prescribed to you by your medical doctor. I am merely sharing my enthusiasm for Young Living Essential Oils, and sharing my and my family’s experiences with using them in our daily lives.


Simply Savvy Blog_Jessica

Jessica D. Williams of Rock Hill, SC has experience in banking, the mortgage industry and tax consultation.  She is the Owner of Jessica DeVinney Photography and enjoys serving the Greater Charlotte, NC area—with specializations in Senior, Family, and Wedding Photography.

 

 

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