My 7 Favourite doTERRA Products That Aren’t Essential Oils.

I love doTERRA essential oils. We have quite the collection, maybe 80 or so but doTERRA is not just essential oils and while sitting here with the mud mask on, I thought I’d share some of the other products that we love.

doTERRA Spa Detoxifying Mud Mask

I’ve never really been into skincare but in my effort to take a little more self care I’m loving using these oils on my skin. So I try to do the mud mask once a week, usually on our day off, then I use a beautiful blend of Frankincense, Lavender, Cedarwood and Yarrow/Pom with Jojoba oil afterwards. I’ve had so many complements recently on how great my skin is looking. Must the all the fresh air, and mud masks and essential oils.

On Guard Natural Whitening Toothpaste

I love this toothpaste. It is a natural fluoride free toothpaste option. Mostly I just love how it tastes, and the benefits of the On Guard essential oil in my mouth twice a day.

Life Long Vitality Supplements

I’ve written before about how much I love the doTERRA LLV supplements. We’ve been out of stock in Australia for a few months now, so I have been without them since January but I have recently placed a US order and I’ll be getting these babies back into my hands soon!

Ice Blue Rub

I love this rub! It’s so great for temporary aches and pains, tight muscles and tension.

On Guard Laundry Concentrate

We do a lot of hand washing have no electricity and I happy and confident to pour the water we’ve used for washing over the grass. It’s also so concentrated and is such great value for money, a bottle lasts us months.

doTERRA Spa Lip Balm

I’ve never loved a lip balm so much! It’s silky and smooth and smells like holidays!

Peppermint Beadlets

Who needs gum or breath mints when you have essential oils! These are a 1/4 of a drop in a tiny little dissolvable capsule, just pop it in your mouth.

I love these products and use them a lot. If you’re interested in learning more about getting doTERRA products and oils into your life, find me on Facebook or Instagram or check out this page.

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