Monday, July 31, 2017

Edens Garden // OK for Kids // Essential Oil Review

Edens Garden
'OK for Kids' Essential Oil Line

Thank you to Edens Garden for sending us their OK for Kids line to review.



I've been dabbling with essential oils for over a year now, but I guess you could say things got serious when I bought my first diffuser about five months ago.  

Anyone curious or tempted to try oils, the first thing I will say is get a diffuser from the start. I have found that diffusing is the easiest way to inject happy into my house. 

I know there are a lot of essential oil brands out there, a simple search on the internet will result in websites and multi-level marketing companies a plenty. The trick, and almost the scariest part, is making sure you are buying a safe product. I love being able to apply essential oils to my and my children's skin, breath them in and send them flying into the air in tiny water droplets. In order to do that confidently they need to be pure, high quality oils. 

I was recommended to  Edens Garden a few months ago after complaining to a friend about the price of oils from some of the big well known companies. It can definitely be a tough decision to pull the trigger on the initial investment, but Edens Garden's prices won't blow your budget. Promise. 

So high quality oils, budget friendly pricing, what else? UM The company is amazing. Not only do they have a satisfaction guarantee but they donate 10% of all proceeds to several different organizations to help make a difference. Edens Garden also has a customer rewards program that lets you earn points each time you place an order.

I love the blends that Edens Garden offers, and best yet...they have a whole line of blends just for your kids and family. 




Our family favorites are:



A couple drops of the Sleepy Head blend in a spray bottlewith water and our bedtime routine has been transformed. I spritz a little bit on the pillow and sheets of all three kids and without fail the kids are fast asleep minutes after we finish our nightly reading. And don't tell anyone, but I diffusethe Sleepy Head blend in the evenings to help my brain shut down from the busyness of the day. We use this blend everyday.



The Ouch Ease Blend, this is a blend that sits on my counter non-stop. With three kids running around a farm, owies are a way of life. This blend smells so good, the kids love being able to have special owie oil to apply before a band-aid. (I love using Argan oil as my carrier oil of choice)



Nothing better than starting the day with this bright and happy blend, I have a feeling that as we roll into the school year we will have this blend on speed dial. Between morning diffusing, a spritz in the car as we roll down the driveway or even mixed in with our lotion during our (most likely rushed) get ready routine.



Okay, I will admit that I use this more than the kids, but Summer time is hard on this ole gal. Between weeding gardens, schlepping water around and chasing kids - by the end of the night I hurt. So mixing Aches and Pains in with lotion and giving myself a well deserved foot rub/calf massage is required. 



Okay this is hands down a shout out to my middle child...from time to time *cough, daily, cough* my smart beautiful Carter can get in a bit of a huff, and Calm 'Em Down is the quickest way to impart a little peace into the house. A drop in lotion with a quick shoulder rub will melt any threenagers troubles away.


I am so excited to try out both of these recipes: Healthy Hero Hand Soap & Germ Ease Hand Wipes, especially as the cool Fall weather sets in and the inevitable cold and flu season ramps up. 

I'll be sure to share different uses and recipes we love as we get more acquainted with the 'OK for Kids' essential oil line from Edens Garden . The kids blends are outstanding, the company is a truly stand up business, I can't wait to expand my oil collection with lots more blends from Edens Garden

I would love to hear your favorite essential oil uses!



I received the OK for kids line for free in return for my honest feedback.
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