Linky Love for Monday: Beeyoutiful

It’s been awhile since I did this. No, wait, there was the link for the Kitchenaid ice cream bowl just last month. Insert monkey covering eyes emoji here:

But you know me. I really like to pass on a good thing; it’s what friends do. I received an email from one of my favorite companies for herbal products and essential oils.  Beeyoutiful is having their annual summer free shipping spree  or is that free shopping spree? No, not free shopping, I guess, unless you consider not having to get into the car to get to a store, and free shipping is just sweet! The deal lasts from today, July 9, through Wednesday, July 11. The company kindly provided me with affiliate links, and I heartily endorse their products. There is a wealth of information on the website, as well as hundreds of reviews. You can do your research very thoroughly if you are a skeptical sort of person. Here are a few of my favorite products.
Beeyoutiful

This is where I get ProMiSe Blend, the essential oil that contains it all in the name. I love it, and it is 50% off for 3 days! If you have ever used Clary Sage oil for the delicate condition known as PMS, you know that it has a rather strong aroma. As in, your husband can smell it when he walks into the kitchen and then he knows what’s up with you. This blend, however, is delightful, fresh and invigorating even with the clary sage in it. I don’t think your husband will hate the smell and it won’t make you feel even more grumpy. It’s the geranium and peppermint and all the other good stuff in with the sage. And it works! Better days ahead, as they say.

Beeyoutiful makes SuperMom, the only prenatal vitamin I ever took. It’s not just a prenatal, of course, but that was when I started taking it. I never had trouble with iron levels while taking it, and I could usually tell the days that I forgot to take my vitamin in the morning.
Supermom

Then there is SuperKids, a multi-vitamin I buy for my children. When they were little, they begged for spoonfuls of the orange flavored liquid every day. There is a chewable form available as well.
Superkids

We went through a lot of Chew C as well, especially the winter that my 3 year old developed a crush on it to the point where I had to hide the bottle. I am a huge fan of preventative care when the bugs are flying through the air, but 6 vitamin C’s daily is probably in excess.

Of course, my very favorite product of all time is Berry Well, the flu-fighting elderberry syrup that has served our family so well. This stuff works! When the boys were little, I used to get the 6 bottle deal for the winter just so I wouldn’t be caught short. If our friends had flu plaguing them, I would offer to sell them a bottle from my pantry. The price ($20) never seemed too high where there were kids lying all around the living room with puke buckets beside them. This is the original of the recipe that I try to replicate when I make my own with dried berries. Beeyoutiful also sells a kit with the dried berries and other ingredients you need to make your own, if you wish to do that.
BerryWell

I can personally vouch for the good folks behind this company. One year I met them at a Mother Earth News fair, sampled the teas they were graciously handing out, and chatted for a bit before I bought a whole pile of stuff. Ha. I have also called in with questions about my order and always received stellar service.

I think you will love Beeyoutiful. Maybe you already do. What products do you love? Why not share the love and leave us a comment so we can all get it shipped free? 😉

…and that concludes my linky love for today.

 

4 thoughts on “Linky Love for Monday: Beeyoutiful

  1. Thanks for the heads up about free shipping! I also really like this company’s products. My favorite has to be Ultra Immune. At the first hint of sickness, I start popping these pills, and most of the time never come down with whatever is threatening my health.These pills contain all the best immune boosters – elderberry, olive leaf, garlic and oregano oil, along with a few more ingredients.

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