Several days ago a friend and I had a conversation about a Young Living oil purchase she had made on Amazon. She was pleased with herself as she had gotten “our oils” at half the price that you and I would generally pay. This of course sparked conversation and the resulting Public Service Announcement from me, your Wellness Prepper.
How can someone sell oils below our cost and make an income doing it? It simply isn’t possible…. unless there has been a bit of subterfuge occurring. It is so easy to adulterate a bottle (usually diluted) and then place a brand new safety cap (that can be purchased easily online) back on to the bottle, making you….the buyer…. think you are purchasing a brand new bottle issued straight from Young Living’s bottling facility in Utah.
Please do not assume that all sellers are honest on Amazon, Ebay, Craigslist, etc. They are not!
I’ve included a video below so that you can see how simple the “switcharoo” process truly is. (Take a look. It is less than 3 minutes long)
In Health and Preparedness~
Liz James, RPh
NSHC Certified Health Coach & Wellness Educator
10 Feb 2017 at 4:12 am
This doesn’t surprise me. I bought a Gucci belt on Amazon..only to find out later it was also an imposter.
10 Feb 2017 at 6:29 am