Rollerball "Wellness" Make & Take Workshop Kit

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$34.95

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Product Description

The Rollerball™ "Wellness" Make-and-Take Workshop Kit is a great place to start when planning a basic class. The custom roll-on blends are an easy way for new users to try essential oils. They also appeal to experienced users who want to experiment with new oil combinations and applications.

The kit includes all the paper materials you need to host the workshop and create blends for 10 complete kits. Roll-on recipes: Belly Blend, Black & Blue, Breathe Easy, Focus Blend, Immune Boost, Muscle Blend, Open Airways, Seasonal Blend, Skin Soothe, and Sleepy Time—plus a bonus Hand Spray.

You can approach the workshop in different ways. Give away a free roll-on blend to new attendees. Or charge a flat fee per blend, partial set, or full set (including cost of oils, bottles, labels, and recipes). Our Roll-on Hard Shell Travel Case holds the complete set of vials perfectly!

Objective: Marketing. (Click here for information on the difference between Educational and Marketing materials.)

Note: While the kit labels are designed for 10 ml roller vials, you can make 5 ml, trial-size samples during the workshop. Use the 10 ml bottles, but fill them half way.

Contents:

  • 20 Postcard invitations.
  • 10 Recipe sheets.
  • 10 Waterproof roll-on label sets (includes bonus Hand Spray sanitizer).
  • Sheet of waterproof labels with 5 of each.
  • Workshop tips sheet.

Additional Items Needed (not included):



Reviews

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I love doing monthly MNT with my team and inviting those that are a little unsure about essential oils. I do a mini 101 class and then we make the blends in the kit. Builds team relationships and helps the hands on learners. (Posted on 1/5/2017)
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While I love teaching this class, I especially like making up my own rollerballs to have as door prizes or hostess gifts. (Posted on 12/22/2016)
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I would probably order this kit again but I was disappointed that it no longer has the oil blends listed at all just individual oils in a blend. Thankfully I have an old sheet so I can refer back to it but for new people or during a class I think in might be confusing. (Posted on 12/20/2016)

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