Essential Oil Scams: DoTerra and Young Living

Kohn, Swift & Graf, P.C. is currently investigating certain essential oil products claiming to be natural and pure. However, in reality, they contain petroleum products, which can be harmful to the skin and body in multiple ways. Young Living and doTerra scams are two getting the most attention.

Even the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy (NAHA) has acknowledged potentially dangerous behavior of brands like Young Living and doTerra. The issue is believing the products you are buying are pure. Then learning that they have trace petroleum contaminants, which can cause harm to the skin and its natural respiratory properties. Plus, petroleum-based products are recognized as potential carcinogens and xenoestrogens, the latter offsetting estrogen levels in our bodies.

Essential Oil Dangers

Essential oil scams are flourishing because their health-related claims can be very convincing for their medicinal and therapeutic benefits while, at the same time, be quite vague regarding their uses. For instance, essential oils can be used as a cooling agent for the skin, for beautifying the legs and hips, and for calming the skin.

Have you or someone you know been buying essential oils thinking that they are safe and not understanding their ingredients? Then please contact us for a free consultation. We are pursuing an essential oil scam lawsuit.