Essential Oils Intro Kit Giveaway! #SummerSweeping

Welcome to the Summer Sweeping Giveaway Hop, hosted by Viva Veltoro and Lindsey Blogs.

Summer is just getting started because it is definitely HOT, HOT, HOT outside. Each blogger in this Event has a giveaway worth at least $25 to help you stay cool and keep Summer Sweeping with this fun Giveaway Hop – so be sure to hop around to them all below including our hosts – Viva Veltoro has an amazing collection of baby prizes and Lindsey Blogs is sharing a few of her favorite brands with you!

Here on rays of bliss you have the chance to win a Introductory KitThe Intro Kit includes 5 ml bottle of Lavender, Lemon, and Peppermint essential oils. This is a $26.67 Retail Value!  

The Introduction to Essential Oils Kit includes the introductory audio CD and booklet and a 5 ml bottle of Lavender, Lemon and Peppermint essential oils. The stunning presentation box also includes suggested uses of the included oils providing your prospects with an immediate experience of the life-changing benefits of essential oils.One great way to use the intro kit this summer is by making a cooling spray!  Simply add a few drops of peppermint essential oil to distilled water in a spray bottle, shake, and spray all over the body (be careful to avoid the eyes). Store in the refrigerator and use often! – Also, Essential oils make excellent cleaners because of their cleansing, germ-destroying, purifying properties. They are very effective and you will save money making cleaners at home.  You probably already have many ingredients needed in your kitchen pantry to get started making homemade cleaners! Basic and inexpensive ingredients like vinegar, baking soda and borax can be used in many different ways for effective cleaning. Check out this post, 8 DIY Cleaning Recipes with Essential Oils with Free Printable Labels.These 3 essential oils can be used in so many ways! 

Enter the Giveaway!

This giveaway is open to US residents, 18+ only. The giveaway will end at 11:59 pm CST on 07/17. 

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DISCLOSURE: So Easy Being Green, Viva Veltoro, and the Summer Sweeping participating bloggers are not responsible for sponsors who do not fulfill prize obligations.


  1. Would LOVE to use it to replace harsh chemical cleaning supplies. I’d also like to learn how to use oils in place of medicines and remedies.

  2. I plan to use it for cleaning and replacing allergy medicines with the trio.

  3. ladymagnolia99 says:

    I would use it to replace the harsh cleaning supplies that I use now!!

    Judy Cox

  4. The link you’ve provided (on ways to use the Intro Kit) is not working…but I’d use the oils in healing remedies for chronic health issues – e.g. peppermint oil for gastrointestinal issues.

  5. I will use the kit to make cleaner, I’m trying to use more natural and green cleaner and still learning.

  6. Ashley Chassereau Parks says:

    I have never used them before, so it would all be new to me… I would love to use the oils for making “bug repellent illuminaries!” πŸ™‚

  7. I’d like to use it for cleaners and to give a boost to my water!

  8. Holly C. says:

    I want to make homemade cleaners, love your printable labels and recipes, thanks for sharing!

  9. Cynthia C says:

    I would like to try to make some of my own cleaning mixtures.

  10. I like that you can use it for a scratchy throat by adding a few drops.

  11. jessica z says:

    I plan to use the lemon for hair, the peppermint to perk up, and the lavender to soak away stress.

  12. robyn donnelly says:

    I would use toward skin care mostly. There are so many ways to use the essential oils.

  13. I would use the intro kit in my soaps for aromatherapy.

  14. Ashley C says:

    I would love to use lavender to take the Acrid Out of Vinegar. If you clean with vinegar, but can barely stay vertical while using it, lavender is the answer. Just add lavender and vinegar together in the spray bottle and you’re set!

  15. Haley Cook says:

    I would love to use it to replace toxic chemicals in cleaning supplies.

  16. I would use these in my diffuser as well as my cleaning solutions.

  17. Hannah Avery says:

    well, I will probably make carpet freshner, and use lemon in water to drink! I love peppermint on my sinuses when sick!

  18. Amber Ludwig says:

    I would use the lemon oil for cleaning and the lavendar for relaxation diffusing!! I would use peppermint for a little kick of energy πŸ™‚

  19. I would probably use them on my laundry

  20. Aimee Webber says:

    I will use it for making lemon water, peppermint for headaches, and all three for allergy relief!

  21. I would like to try it for a lot of different things but one is to spray around the basement to get rid of the damp musty smell. I would also like to try it for hair highlights.

  22. Marnie G (Derrick Todd) says:

    I plan on making my own natural personal and cleaning products. I would also use these in a diffuser.

  23. Wendy Mastin says:

    I would use in a diffuser, as well as cleaning products.

  24. I will use some in cleaning products, but mostly I like to use oils for aromatherapy purposes.

  25. I use a Peppermint/Lemon combination as a throat rub to help ease acid reflux.

  26. I would use the oils in a diffuser.

  27. I would use it for cleaning and for aromatherapy.

  28. Nicole Carter (Weasley) says:

    I think I would use lavender for calming and de-stressing.

  29. I would love to use them for cleaned and for my diffuser!

  30. Angelica says:

    The link is broken, but I would use it for putting on my wool dryer balls and cleaning. I also use essential oils for all of my homemade bath and body products.

  31. Kamla L. says:

    I would use it for natural household cleaning solutions, aroma therapy, and natural health remedies.

  32. I am new to essential oils, but have been studying up on them. I would use for my cleaning supplies such as laundry soap and lotions. I will also use for aromatherapy.

  33. I would like to use them to make my bug bites stop itching and to help my boyfriend’s leg cramps.

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