Exclusive Pricing For Members

As a Young Living Member you will get exclusive pricing and other benefits
  • Enjoy 24% DISCOUNT on all Young Living Products
  • Earn rewards and free product through loyalty program
  • Unique and Special promotions
  • Earn commisions by sharing Young Living
  • Enjoy reduced shipping costs
  • No Requirement to Sell! Enjoy The Benefits!

What are essential Oil?

EO’s are often used in aromatherapy, a form of alternative medicine that employs plant extracts to support health and well-being. However, some of the health claims associated with these oils are controversial.

Essential oils are compounds extracted from plants. The oils capture the plant’s scent and flavor. Unique aromatic compounds give each essential oil its characteristic essence. Essential oils are obtained through distillation via steam and/or water or mechanical methods, such as cold pressing.

Once the aromatic chemicals have been extracted, they are combined with a carrier oil to create a product that’s ready for use. The way the oils are made is important, as essential oils obtained through chemical processes are not considered true essential oils.

EO’s and Aromatherapy

Essential oils are most commonly used in the practice of aromatherapy, in which they are inhaled through various methods. Essential oils are not meant to be swallowed. The chemicals in essential oils can interact with your body in several ways. When applied to your skin, some plant chemicals are absorbed.

DON’T Just Rub Them Anywhere – Oils that are fine on your arm, legs may not be safe to put inside mouth, nose or private parts. Lemongrass peppermint and cinnamon bark are some examples.

If you want a professional aromatherapist do your research before getting one!  Professional Aromatherapists by law don’t have to go through training or license–but there’s ways for you can check yours out: such as going the National Association of Holistic Aroma Therapy.

Your doctor is a great resource too-they’ll make sure it’s safe for you and rule out any side effects like affecting prescriptions.

Young Living essential Oils Missouri

Young Living essential Oils Missouri

Capital: Jefferson City
Largest City: Kansas City
Largest Metro: Greater St. Louis
Population: 6,113,532
Median Household income: $59,196

Become A Young Living  Essential Oils Distributor in Missouri

Missouri is home to some enterprising individuals you probably have heard of – like Mark Twain, President Truman, and even Nelly! Just like them, you can create opportunities and earn a significant income from Young Living essential oils business!

Missouri generally has a humid continental climate with cold snowy winters and hot, humid, and wet summers. This means great things for an essential oil distributor! Cold and wet winters lead to cold and flu symptoms, allergy problems, health and wellness issues, and for many people, a decrease in feelings of emotional well-being. All of these can be addressed with essential oils!

For example, eucalyptus oil, clary sage, and peppermint essential oil are all helpful in treating cold symptoms and helping breathing and sinus issues created by allergies that are common in Missouri. Frankincense essential oil, lemon essential oil, ylang ylang essential oil, and grapefruit essential oil are all great mood lifters and have been found to help people struggling emotionally with the change in seasons.

For the hot and humid times, help your friends and family with lavender essential oil or peppermint oils. Humid days can lead to dehydration and headaches. Clary Sage oil has wonderful cooling properties and many people swear by it for headaches and tension. Add essential oils to your Young Living diffuser or on your pillow while you lie down to beat the heat and the head soreness that can accompany it.

No matter which area of Missouri you’re in, or what season, chances are essential oils could be adding to your family’s health and wellness. Share your love of them to create your own side hustle or full-time business.

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Why Become a Young Living Essential Oils Distributor

Joining the Young Living family as an independent Young Living distributor is the perfect way to share your love of Young Living essential oils, work from home at your own pace, and run your own home based business. Local Young Living independent distributors are able to enjoy wholesale pricing and earn great incentives through the Young Living rewards program, such as YL Go and Essential Rewards in addition to earning unlimited potential income!

In addition to the highest quality pure essential oils, Young Living offers numerous resources to help you be successful in your home based business. All you need to do to start your journey as an independent distributor is choose one of the Young Living premium starter kits that come with the essential oils, sample packs, Young Living Essential Oil Diffuser, and products you need to change your health & wellness and lifestyle.

Young Living Member

If you’ve ever wondered how to become a Young Living member, follow our simple guide here. Independent distributors enjoy flexibility, working a home based business, unlimited income, wholesale member pricing on essential oils, healthy and wellness products, and an innovative rewards program offered by Young Living. Even if you’d only like to take advantage of wholesale pricing on Young Living essential oils or beauty products, choosing a premium starter kit will open a broad range of possibilities for you!

Young Living Member Price VS. Retail Price

When you first get started setting up an account to purchase products from Young Living – which is as easy as filling out a few basic details through an online form (name, address, email etc. – typical stuff you’d enter when ordering online).

Do you want to become a member and get special member discount pricing?


Do you want to purchase as retail customer without a member discount?

The key difference is that as a member you will save 24% on ALL Young Living purchases in the future.

So let’s say you’re interested in purchasing a bottle of lavender essential oil in your next order. At retail pricing, you’re paying $31.91, but as a member you’re only paying $24.25 (24% off).

So what’s “the catch” you say? What’s involved with becoming a member?

Two questions that I typically get asked are:

  • Is there a monthly purchase requirement as a member?

  • Do I have to sell anything if I’m a member?

Here’s the GOOD NEWS

  • There is absolutely NO minimum monthly purchase requirements. (to remain a member, you need to make $50 worth of purchases per YEAR to keep your membership)

  • There is zero pressure to ever sell essential oils or any Young Living products to anyone!

  • In fact, 90% of the members in Young Living don’t do the business side at all.

  • They are buying from Young Living because of the quality alone.

Sounds pretty good right? 24% off ALL products, with no monthly purchases, and no pressure to sell.

So what does it cost to become a member of Young Living, and how do you become a member?

 It’s as easy as purchasing your Young Living Premium Starter Kit

Learn More: https://www.miessentialoils.com/how-much-does-a-young-living-membership-cost/

Top 10 Cities In Missouri

Rank City Population County
1 Kansas City 488,943 Jackson
2 St. Louis 308,626 Independent
3 Springfield 167,376 Greene
4 Columbia 121,717 Boone
5 Independence 117,306 Jackson
6 Lee’s Summit 97,290 Jackson
7 O’Fallon 87,597 St. Charles
8 St. Joseph 76,442 Buchanan
9 St. Charles 69,293 St. Charles
10 St. Peters 57,289 St. Charles

Universities in Missouri

Washington University
Washington UniversitySt. Louis, MO
University of Missouri
University of MissouriColumbia, MO
University of Missouri-Kansas City
University of Missouri-Kansas CityKansas City, MO
Saint Louis University
Saint Louis UniversitySt Louis, MO
Missouri State University
Missouri State UniversitySpringfield , MO

Young Living Distributor Benefits

  • Your Office Can Be Any Kind

  • You’ll Save Money

  • Your Schedule Can Be Your Own

  • You Can Learn More and Become More Independent

  • Small amount of risk

  • Residual income

  • The income potential

  • Low Start Up Costs

  • Time Freedom

  • Personal Branding