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Beginner's Guide to Essential Oils

How to save money by making simple swaps in your home with essential oils

Want to learn more about essential oils but aren't sure where to start?

Overwhelmed with all the information on essential oils and want something simple and easy to follow?

Want to learn how to save money with simple swaps you can make with essential oils?

This is the course for YOU! You don't need a degree in aromatherapy to get started with essential oils.

I'll walk you through it step-by-step so you can learn the basics - including how to use essential oils safely, dilution guidelines, easy DIY tutorials you can make with ingredients in your kitchen pantry, and simple swaps that will help you to save up to $1,000 a year compared to store-bought products.


What You'll Get


You'll learn the basics of essential oils in this easy-to-follow online course - complete with videos, printables and more!

  • Lesson 1: The Basics of Essential Oils
  • Lesson 2: How to Use Essential Oils Safely
  • Lesson 3: Top 20 Essential Oils You Need
  • Lesson 4: Simple Swaps for a Healthy Home
  • Video tutorials
  • Printable dilution guide
  • Printable e-book Top 20 Essential Oils - with over 60 practical uses and DIY recipes for home, beauty, cleaning and more


How This Class Works

This course is designed with easy-to-follow lesson plans to break up all of the valuable content into chunks. You can go through the lesson plans at your own pace and on a schedule that meets your needs (there's no need to be in class at a certain time). You decide what works best. Awesome, right?

I'll also include video instruction, printable guides, checklists, links, and other class materials to help you understand how to use essential oils. All of the course materials are available to you no matter where you go - whether that's on a laptop, desktop, PC or Mac, or iPad - and you have access FOREVER.

Ready to get started? Enroll in this online course right now!

Your Instructor


Tracey Black
Tracey Black

I’m Tracey Black, the author and founder of Don’t Mess with Mama, a blog dedicated to natural living made simple through homemade beauty, natural cleaning, minimalism, real-food and gluten-free recipes, and much more.

As a busy mom, I know how overwhelming it can be to want to make changes for my family but not where to start. That’s why I created this book and online course. I want to help you to get those toxic chemicals out of your skin care and beauty care products, and show you there is a better way… that can help to save you money too.


Why Enroll in This Class

I've been in your shoes. Back in 2012, I wanted to learn how to make simple swaps in my home, but I didn't know how. When I looked up tutorials online and blogs, I got overwhelmed with all of the techniques and ingredients. It all seemed WAY too complicated. I was about to give up... but thankfully I pushed through and found essential oils. And I discovered simple techniques to make non-toxic products for my family - such as household cleaners, skin care products, and so much more.

And now I want to share that with you. That's why I teach these courses. I want to show you how you can do it too. You don't need 100+ ingredients. You don't need fancy tools or equipment. And you certainly don't need a lot of money to do this. I will show you how to do all of this on a budget.

Ready to get started with me?

Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and never ends! It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What brand of essential oils do you recommend?
Email me at tracey@dontmesswithmama.com to ask me. I'm keeping these courses brand generic, so I'll just talk about essential oils in general. I do recommend getting a high-quality brand of essential oils. Look at the bottle and be sure the product usage guideline indicates it can be used for topical and dietary (if you choose to use internally) use.

Get started now!