The doTERRA VS Nu Skin Epoch essential oils review below will give you some more insight on what both companies are about and serves as a starting point for how to evaluate each company.
Did You Know?
As part of Nu Skin’s mission to improve lives, Nu Skin donates $0.25 from each Epoch Essential Oil sale to the Nu Skin Force for Good Foundation, which helps the communities that provide oils to Nu Skin.
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Do you know someone that is with Nu Skin or doTERRA and curious about learning about how each company works? Would you like learn how to evaluate each company so you can make a more educated decision? Make sure to watch the video below to learn more!
Top 6 Factors To Consider With doTERRA Nu Skin Epoch Essential Oils
1.) Service: Free Education AND Personalized Support
doTERRA provides a lot of product education on their website and when you go with someone you know, like, and trust, you get more personalized support.
NuSkin provides marketing materials, a FAQ sheet, and product education on their website as well, but you still have to find someone you know, like, and trust.
2.) Quality: 3rd Party Tested for Purity AND Safety
doTERRA goes above and beyond in their area and does a number of rigorous testing to make sure you are getting the world’s highest quality essential oils. The website in the “Sources” area below shows more details.
Nu Skin applies its 6S Quality Process by confirming each oil is pure and safe to use for topical or aromatic use. This process includes specific attention to selection, sourcing, structure, standardization, safety, and substantiation.
3.) Quality: Essential Oils Approved for Internal Use
doTERRA offers most of their oils for internal use and is approved by the FDA GRAS standard and you can also tell if there’s a supplement facts on the side of the bottle.
The Nu Skin Epoch Essential Oils are not nutritional supplements and are for aromatic and topical usage only, NOT for internal use according to their website.
4.) Quality: Verifiable Batch Number on Bottle
doTERRA offers a way to verify batch quality on the bottom of each bottle and you can go to sourcetoyou.com to see the GCMS test results.
Nu Skin does not offer a way to verify their bottle batch number at this time so you can compare each company apples to apples.
5.) Price: Retail AND Wholesale Options Available
doTERRA offers options for retail customer, wholesale customer, and wellness advocate making the process very flexible based on what your interests are. This info is publicly available on their website, but you want to make sure you go with someone you know, like, and trust first.
Nu Skin offers two options for customer and distributor listed on their website, but you must have enroller number for more info on the discount you get over retail.
6.) Price: Loyalty Rewards Program Available
doTERRA offers a Loyalty Rewards Program (LRP) which allows you to save 25-55% off retail, get your shipping reimbursed, and receive a free product of the month for any 125 point order.
With the Nu Skin Automatic Delivery Rewards (ADR), you earn product purchase points with every order. In order to earn points an ADR order must be a minimum of 50 PV points. You will earn product points based on 20% of your ADR order Personal Sales Volume (PSV) for the first 12 monthly shipments. After that, you’ll receive points based on 30% of your PSV total.
doTERRA and Nu Skin offer a number of wellness solutions and when it comes to essential oils there are some similarities and there are some differences to make note of. One of those is the level of specific testing that is done and how to verify that on their websites.
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