Reflexology Rack Card


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Interested in getting the most out of essential oils through reflexology? So are the rest of us! However, don't get lost in the myths that proliferate online! No, we don't apply essential oils on the feet because it has the highest absorption rate (not true!). Nope, the oils don't magically teleport from the bottom of our feet to our targeted body organ. And for the love of everything Holy, never apply oil neat on your feet!

All this misleading information actually undermines the power of reflexology. This is such a shame because reflexology has been practised for centuries to relieve pain, restore our energy flow, promote relaxation, eliminate toxins from our body, boost circulation, and more!

Using essential oils during a foot reflexology massage can enhance your experience so by all means, go ahead and indulge! It sure never hurts to tease your olfactory senses with wonderful fragrances during the session.

This rack card displays both the left and right foot reflexology chart to serve as a guide for both novice and expert practitioners of this art. Want to get the full treatment? Head on over to our Essentially Well Rollerball DIY Kit with recipes and all other essentials!

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Building an Essential Oil Business? See our tips below!


What is reflexology?

Reflexology is a healing art founded on the belief that the reflexes and zones found on our hands and feet directly correspond to a body part. Applying pressure on these specific points helps promote healing by relieving that body part of stress, encouraging blood circulation, and stimulating the nerves to reduce pain and heal any illnesses.

The use of essential oils together with reflexology is a potent combination towards optimising our health and wellness. This rack card display the right and left foot reflexology chart for your reference.  

EO Business Builders

Essential Oil Business Builders

The demand for essential oils has steadily grown over the last few years and so has the number of businesses trying to make it in this industry. Here we share a few tips on how to grow your business beyond family and friends.

Choosing The Right Bottles

There are two main things you have to look out for when choosing the right bottles for your essential oils. They have to be both protective and portable. Clear bottles may look great on bright-coloured oils but can wreak havoc on the quality. To avoid getting your oils spoiled by UV rays before they even reach your customer's hands, your best bet is to go for coloured bottles. Amber and blue bottles do a good job of preserving your oils' aromatic and therapeutic properties.

Next, you have to make sure the bottles are leak-proof and won't break while in transit. And you certainly won't want to lug around oils in huge containers. They have to be small enough for easy transport yet can hold enough oil for your customers to judge whether they like it or not. Smaller bottles in 1ml and 2ml capacity are perfect for giving out samples.

You also want to have your EO accessories of the same high quality as your oils. This means staying far away from plastic bottles and plastic roller balls. We like to use steel roller balls that glide ever so smoothly on the skin and are sure to give your customers a more positive impression.

Getting Your Name Out There

Every EO seller starts by giving samples to friends and family and then hopes to grow their business via word of mouth. While this is a foolproof way to get your name out there, it is quite limiting. Here are a few things you could try to grow your business exponentially:

1. Attend community events.

Be an active member of your community and be in the know when a local event is brewing up. Trade shows, festivals, markets, and concerts generally see a decent amount of foot traffic and are a good opportunity to introduce your brand. Sign up as a vendor and arm yourself with business cards, samples, coupons, and brochures. If you can't afford brochures just yet, just a banner or a display announcing your social media accounts could work wonders in promoting your business.

2. Go beyond community events.

To further grow your client base, start joining bigger events outside your community. A lot of organisations hosting these events normally look for "sponsors" or donations for raffle prizes. It's a great opportunity to get your product and name out there.

3. Hold a class.

A lot of people are interested in essential oils but have no idea exactly where to begin. Tap into this market and hold a class or workshop. Our DIY kits and packs are a fun way to educate people about the many benefits of essential oils!

Go shopping for all the accessories you need to build your dream EO business!