+ Always read the label for safety guidelines. 

+ Citrus oils do not interact with plastic or sun well do not mix. If you are going to drink oils, make sure that you do so out of a steel or glass container. Do not apply citrus oils topically on skin that is exposed to lots of sun, as they may cause photo-sensitivity.

+ Keep oil lids on tight, as they are volatile aromatic substances, meaning they rise into the air. If you leave the oils out without their lids on tight, they will evaporate.

+ Store oils upright and out of reach of children! Teach proper usage and only let them use oils when supervised as they learn self-care. 

+ Young Living Oils are highly concentrated, using them sparingly is recommended - 1-2 drops will do the trick! Plus, it will make your oils last longer.

+ The oils come with orifice reducer on the end as a safety and control precaution.  Look for the tiny dot, that is where the oils comes out. Notice some oils come out very quick and some slow. 

+ Many of the oils are meant to be diluted. Do not dilute with water (remember oil & water don't really mix), always use a carrier oil. If there is an accident and the oils is irritating an area, use your carrier oil and wipe off. If some is accidentally ingested by a child, give them milk & contact your healthcare provider. 

+ For more in-depth Safety, see the Essential Oils Safety Guide and Product Safety Guidelines.

+ If you have a health condition, do your research regarding how oils may affect you differently.

D I S C L A I M E R :

Suggestions made on this website are are specific to Young Living and should not be used with any other essential oils. Statements made here have not be evaluated by the FDA. This information and these products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent and disease. Anyone suffering from disease or injury should consult a physician. If you are currently taking medication, please do not stop taking it. We do not take the place of your health care professional. Seek your licensed health care professional about your medications and possible interactions with what you are currently taking.