Young Living Oils is the largest company right now. They did around 250 million dollars in sales last year. For those that want to deal with an essential oil company almost the size of Google, this is the one.
This is definitely not a company that distills oils in small batches like Rose Mountain oils.
Their quality of their oils:
Their oils aren't "certified" organic but they have the strictest standards of all the companies I have reviewed. Their oils are expensive enough. Certifying them would probably make them twice as expensive as they are now. Due to such a large scale they are on,
Some of their oils are gathered from the wild. Having most of their line gathered in their natural habitat, it would be almost impossible due to the demand. But, the oils they do have less stage 2 oil but a higher quality stage 1 oil which always will outweigh the stage 2 oil that has to be highly pressurized and heated to release it. Usually, this can get a stronger profile in scent but the therapeutic value becomes bunk.
Their oils compared to other brands, they might not have the same strength in scent as the companies using higher pressure getting that 20% that won't come out with low heat, but it seems to have a more therapeutic property. As a raw foodist, I had to do a similar review on coconut oil and agave to see which companies were denaturing their foods. (I run a raw food co-op if anyone need to know. Need raw foods or equipment? Everything in the co-op is at co-op dealer cost).
Young Living oils does not put batch numbers on their oils. I bought a bottle on Ebay just to compare it to a bottle I bought right from Young Living. I knew what was probably going to happen but I just needed to see for myself. One thing I do like is that they are 100% of whatever oil it is in their bottles. Nothing is cut. I bought their rose oil, compared it with doTerra and some cheap stuff on Ebay just to see what I would notice. All 3 smelled different, looked different, and all 3 had a different voltage. For those that really can't afford to buy 5 bottles of rose oil, the only way I know to test them so that you can return an unopened bottle is to test it with a laser and see which one "tingles" the most. It's hard to describe it in a word but that is the best word to describe it.
Note: I will provide these for free for anyone who wants to try it. Try it with your favorite oils you already have and experience the difference.
Distributors info: If anyone wants to be a distributor for Young Living, I offer free leads and orders. As people buy health equipment from me, I throw in a 200 dollar credit and free membership. This is paid for by the customer to offset the cost on products that I am not allowed to discount. I can sign them up under anyone who is already a distributor or wants to become a distributor. I have reviewed the Young Living oils but I don't have time like people dedicated to spend hours on the phone each day. I would rather them sign up with someone who can be more supportive as their up line. Call me for more details on my offer. I DO answer my phones and also have support staff that fulfills my requests.
The income is good if you want to sell a quality oil. I also have requests for doTerra, their competitor, I have another resource for their oils. Some of the other MLMs have a higher payout (Young Living has a 48% pay out, some of the others pay out 56% to 65%. If the manufacture is only getting 35% of the retail value, then I can only imagine what their cost of the oil is. Probably one of the reasons why there are over 10,000 sites out there private labeling oils. What's funny, most of these private label oils come from the biggest bulk supplier. Google bulk suppliers and they come up first.
The best way I can describe Young Living is their quality is high. Their rose oil is way more expensive, like 5 times as much. Their 5ml bottle of rose oil is $243. There are six 5ml bottles in an ounce, thats $1458 per oz. Rose Mountain sells theirs for $945 for 1 ounce. Thats about 500 bucks cheaper. Thats for organic. Their 1 ounce of solvent extracted rose oil, the same type, is only $230. I will never use solvent extracted oil for therapeutic purposes.
Many people get mad at the price of the Young Living oils. They are different but is it worth the price is the question. The way I find find out if the oils have inflated prices is to find out the rock bottom wholesale cost from every company I am investigating. If 48 is Young Living, and 65% off is a different brand but their brand has way higher prices, then I figure all this in.
If you are considering this line, it is not in the price range for most people coming to my site. Take my quiz and I will determine if I think this brand is my recommendation. If you want free samples of this brand let me know on my form.
I have the entire line of Young Living Oils for anytone to sample. If you want to compare this brand to others, let me know the oils you want. I have free samples for everyone. If you are interested in doing a review I can send you extra samples of as many essential oils as you want to review. Please send the bottles back once you are done with them. I ask everyone to clean the bottles with alcohol before sending them back. I have as many bottles as anyone is willing to review. Call me to let me know which samples you want.
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I always check this store to see which Young Living oils are 30% off. I love when I can use the 10% off store coupon and save even more. Another good thing is getting this discount and I don't have to pay shipping at the store. People can also use a Plenti discount card there so they give points back which brings the price down even more. I love doing this type of research. Finding who sells the cheapest is my goal.