Essential Oils + Laundry + Wool Dryer Balls

There's one household chore that John is pretty much in charge of, and that's laundry.

I don't know why, but homestud has some pretty strict demands about laundry and the expediency in which it is completed.

"Laundry" and "expediency" don't really go together in my world, so I gladly relegated this chore to him. Aside from matching the socks, John does a pretty good job. To reward him for his efforts (see what I'm doing here?), I purchased a few jumbo wool dryer balls, handmade from Keep It Real Natural Living. (This is not a sponsored post. I just like Keep It Real Natural Living stuff.)


According to Rae, Keep It Real shop owner: 
[Wool dryer balls] bounce around in the dryer separating clothes, allowing more hot air to circulate through all the garments. As they tumble, the wool balls fluff your laundry, reduce wrinkles, and basically pummel the laundry to make it softer. They do so much more than a dryer sheet by pulling moisture out of your clothes so you don’t have to run the dryer as long.
You know that we don't buy fabric softener or dryer sheets, so shelling out a few bucks for dryer balls is a more natural alternative. We've found that dryer balls: 
  • Decreased our drying time by at least 15 minutes per large load. 
  • Soften our clothes naturally.
  • Are chemical free, because they don't contain crap as a softener additive. 
  • Can be re-used, which saves us even more money.
  • Doesn't make our towels feel 'slippery', like fabric softeners do.
  • Are made from a renewable resource. 
We do like to have fresh-smelling clothing and bedding, though. One way we do that is by putting about 2 drops of essential oil on each dryer ball. Our favorites are: 

Ready to get oily? 
Well, first I'd recommend learning more about the Young Living Wholesale Membership. If you're going to invest in some oils, you might as well get them at the wholesale price (24% off retail!). To set up your wholesale account, all you need to do is:

1. Go here to enter in your informationEnter this Sponsor/Enroller ID number1880846
2. Choose a starter kit. (When I started, I bought the Premium Starter Kit and am SO happy I did!)
3. Optional: Sign up for Essential Rewards, which is a monthly auto-ship program. This is totally optional, and you can choose to sign up for the monthly auto-ship later, if you want.
4. Once you enter your payment for your starter kit, you're set! Just sit back and relax until your kit is delivered.

If a wholesale account isn't for you, and you just want to order a few oils to get started, just go here to set up your retail account, then feel free to browse the products. Just be sure to enter in this ID number when you set up your retail account: 1880846



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4 comments:

  1. Love the wool dryer balls from this lady! Best investment! :)

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