Early this month, doTERRA released their latest essential oil singles and blends for purchase. This is truly exciting because for several years, two of those oils, Rose and Jasmine, were only available as part of annual promotion.
Now, they’re available year-round as part of doTERRA’s Touch line. The Touch line comes in pre-diluted roll-on bottles that offer ease of use, especially with children and those with sensitive skin. The line also provides significant savings on essential oils that would otherwise be very cost prohibitive for many.
A 5 mL bottle of doTERRA Rose, for example, retails for several hundred dollars. However, as part of the Touch line, you can get it for $75 as a wholesale member!
doTERRA also announced the addition of Neroli to the Touch line, which I told you about recently, and a fantastic Yoga collection with three different blends: Anchor, Align and Arise.
You’ll also find Siberian Fir and Blue Tansy as part of the new product line.
Now, if you’re reading that and thinking, “Well, that’s great and all, but how do I use them?”, I have something for you!
doTERRA created a great little chart that offers some suggestions for using the new oils with other doTERRA oils to get all the benefits they have to offer:
If you’d like to save this image, just right-click on it and select “save as” to save it to your computer. Or, click the Pinterest button on the image to save it to your essential oil Pinterest board.
Which combinations will you be trying?
If you aren’t a member and would like to get these oils, please contact me and let me know. I’m always happy to help or answer any questions you have.
Hi Lori, Sally Young here.
Wanted to thank you for making the BLEND & BENEFITS section of this blog downloadable. I wanted to make a hard copy and did so. Unfortunately it was a little to large to fit onto an 8 1/2″ X 11″ piece of paper. Just wanted to pass this info along as the page is a great wealth of info and would be a good handout to promote the new oils. I may be the only dinosaur out there that still likes a hard copy of things :) – but thought you might like to know just in case.
Love your blog. Always well written, informative and helpful! Thanks!
I didn’t even think about anyone wanting to print it off! Here is a PDF version that is fit to the page. It is a little bit blurry because it came from an image, but it should work better for you. You’ll find it here: https://agoodchange.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/Blends-Benefits.pdf
Depending on the browser you use, you’ll either need to right-click to save it or it will show a print or download icon.