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Purify Skin Therapy
Purify Skin Therapy oils are all certified organic. This is the only company that I have found that have every oil that is certified or wildcrafted. I use Plant Therapy too but only their certified ones. They claim that their oils are stronger and more potent than other brands. Their lavender was the first one I tried. It was way stronger and smelled more like lavender than the brand I was using that was not grown in France. I had a friend in Utah go to one of their lectures and she sent me some samples. As far as purity, they definitely don't have the sweet smell like peppermint candy and their lemon doesn't smell like the lemon drop candy. If anyone has ever tried Young Living, it has that lemon rind smell. Their compeititor has that lemon candy smell. It really depends on one's body ecology. Those addicted to sugar and processed foods usually like the sweeter one while all my raw foodist friends like the more rindy smell.
The Purify Skin Therapy is the closest I have found that is reserve grade. They are more expensive that most brands. Their peppermint is the strongest peppermint I have used. When I put a drop on my tongue I can tell if the constituents were overly distilled and "cooked out".
When comparing this brand I compare it to other certified organic oils. Plant Therapy is very similar and Floracopeia is somewhat comparable but they aren't USDA certified organic for those that are looking for that.
Note: when I infuse this brand of oils the change is not as noticeable as the conventional types. The oils that are the most impure have more room for a change. (I have samples of the foil and stickers that you see in my videos that charge the oils. I have over 600 videos on these. Having just a dime size amount of infused aluminum foil is a game changer when it comes to oils. (no offense to Mother Earth but if an oil is grown on the side of a highway I can't say the oils coming from them are the most potent. Since lavender is the most popular essential oil on Earth, most people use the conventional oils grown no where near France or Bulgaria and most people are happy with their oils until they try the difference. (if anyone was in this situation where I was, let me know. I have samples of Purify Skin Therapy French lavender and also Floracopeia brand. Both of these are grown at high altitude but have slight differences. 50% of the people prefer one, 50% of the people prefer the other. I am also doing a lavender oil review site similar to the lemon essential oil site we did. I am just so tired of
Note: if you live in Washington DC, do not buy their oils and get them mailed to you. They will not be organic.
The Purify Skin Therapy oils - I do not promote these for diffusing or used in cleaning. I have no problem with conventional grades for these purposes. I use several of the conventional grades for that. Ebay has buying pool people that sell many of the MLM brands at their cost to keep up their volume. The same 15ml Frankincense that retail for 96 I can buy it everyday for 57 dollars on ebay. I have to get at least 40% off otherwise I am not going to pay mlm prices.
Note: for those sensitive to really strong constituent smells, if their oils are put in a diffuser it can be overpowering especially with a 24 Khz rated diffuser. Some diffusers get the oils to a lower micron size and it fills the room up more while other's are very powerful and push out a lot of vapor but it is heavier and fills the immediate area really high. Some of their oils are thicker than other brands people are used to so a nebulizer type diffuser can eat up way more since there some of it will "spit" out of the glass type diffusers and fall on the floor. So, if getting peppermint, I would use this diluted in a water type diffuser since it can be overpowering. It's fine for the more runny types and the sweeter smelling peppermint oils but not for this brand.
This brand is good for those looking for just high potency and only want something certified. It can be too strong for those used to the conventional types that are not as concentrated in constituents.
For a really special treat I urge people to try their Helichrysum from Corsica. I have been using one of the mlm brands for 5 years and that was better than any brand I every reviewed until I tried theirs. The only other Helichrysum from Corsica brand that was comparable was the Floracopeia brand. They both are from the same area but they are distilled from 2 different companies making them smell slightly different. I also have samples of both from both companies.