Lucky You, Natural You Giveaway

UPDATE: Winner of the giveaway was randomly picked using and is Chastity Rambo. Woohoo! I've emailed Chastity and will get this book sent out. Thanks everyone for entering!


You guys! I am so excited! First of all, I love me some St. Patrick's Day. Always have, always will. I might have Finian's Rainbow pretty much memorized - just sayin'. So, I thought we would find out which one of you is going to luck out on St. Patrick's Day by winning the doTERRA Natural You blog book. This limited edition book is worth it's weight in gold. It's 122 pages of recipes, blends, beauty, cleaning, and holiday tips. It also includes a set of pre-printed labels that go with some of the recipes. It was released at the 2017 convention and sold out really fast so there aren't too many ways to get a hold of one now. 


  1. Leave a comment on this blog post by Friday, March 16 at 11:59pm Mountain Time. (Maybe share one of your St. Patrick's Day traditions with us.)

    The winner will be announced on Saturday, March 17. (St. Patrick's Day, of course.) Luck of the Irish to you!

    doTERRA Natural You Blog Book

    doTERRA Natural You Blog Book

    If you are the lucky winner, or if you were able to pick up one at the convention, make sure to check out the Shamrock Tortilla Chips with Lime Salt and the Pot O' Gold Diffuser Blend. Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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    • Christina Ullom

      We got to the parade!

    • Vickie

      We don’t have any St. Patrick’s Day traditions but we always do something fun with the kids!

    • Kelli

      I love my Dōterra
      And the amazing benefits my family has reaped

    • Rachael

      What a great giveaway!
      My St Patrick’s day tradition is to make leprechaun traps with the kids, always wear green, and of course eat corn beef and cabbage.

    • Cindy Richard

      Green deviled eggs make for a great conversation at the dinner table!😊

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