Outstanding doTERRA VS Aura Cacia Essential Oils Overview

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There are many different essential oil brands out there but Aura Cacia is one of the most common brands that you’ll see at Whole Foods or Sprouts, but does that mean it’s the best? Read below to see all the factors to consider.

Top 6 doTERRA VS Aura Cacia Factors To Consider
1.) Service: Free Education AND Personalized Support
doTERRA offers you the opportunity to go with someone that you know, like, and trust be doing your own research which can help you have a more positive and personalized experience.

Aura Cacia just offers an overview of the essential oils on their website and a customer support line like most other companies.

2.) Quality: 3rd Party Tested for Purity AND Safety
doTERRA uses a number of testing such as Organoleptic testing, Microbial testing, Gas chromatography, Mass spectrometry, and a number of other tests to verify quality is beyond organic.

Aura Cacia mentioned that they do sensory evaluation, optical rotation and specific gravity, and gas chromatography (GC) testing for every oil, but that was it.

3.) Quality: Essential Oils Approved for Internal Use
doTERRA allows for internal use and follows the GRAS standard set by the FDA. There will be a supplement facts on the bottle if it is approved for internal use.

Aura Cacia does not allow for internal use of any of their oils for the regular or organic product lines, which is a red flag.

4.) Quality: Verifiable Batch Number on Bottle
doTERRA allows you to test each bottle batch number on Sourcetoyou.com and see a GCMS report to verify the quality claims.

Aura Cacia does not have a way to verify the bottle batch number on the bottle or website at this time to compare the brands apples to apples.

5.) Price: Retail AND Wholesale Options Available
doTERRA offers retail and wholesale options. You can become a retail customer, wholesale customer, or wellness advocate depending on what your health and career goals are.

Aura Cacia just operates from a retail based business model and offers their oils primarily in grocery stores like Whole Foods and Sprouts.

6.) Price: Loyalty Rewards Program Available
doTERRA offers a generous loyalty rewards program where you can get 25-55% off retail, get your shipping reimbursed, and get a free product of the month for any 125 point order.

Aura Cacia allows you to become an Associate member and get a 10% discount and a 5% rebate for a one time charge of $10.

In Summary:
Price is only one factor when considering which essential oil company to go with or stay with. Other factors such as service and quality should be equally rated since all those have an effect on one another and your overall experience in the short term and long term.

Sources:
a.) doTERRA Testing: https://www.doterra.com/US/en/cptg-testing-process
b.) Source To You: https:// sourcetoyou.com
c.) Aura Cacia FAQs: https://www.auracacia.com/faq/

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10 Comments

  1. Alex D on April 19, 2019 at 6:00 pm

    It’s obvious that you are trying to sell DoTerra!

  2. Christopher Fox on April 19, 2019 at 6:10 pm

    dude most important thing is ORGANIC and doTerra isnt why not say that??

  3. MyScentedOils on April 19, 2019 at 6:18 pm

    Hey Lance,

    I have to play devils advocate on this one.

    Aura Cacia is a quality essential oil company. I would put the quality of their essential oils up there with doTERRA.

    I do agree with them having better education and support, though. But, then again the structure of their business is an MLM. It is important to be able to see the batch number on the bottle, though.

    But, 3rd party testing both companies have been tested in Dr. Robert Pappas laboratory and both were found to be pure. Meaning, neither one of them had any adulteration at all. True, Aura Cacia isn’t as transparent with their testing, but they have been proven to be pure.

    But, safe for internal use isn’t really a pro. When you become a certified aromatherapist you have to take an oath that states you will not encourage the use of essential oils internally. They are very powerful and can do some serious internal damage if not taken correctly. I don’t feel this is a pro by any stretch of the imagination. Only Young Living and doTERRA encourage internal use of essential oils.

    But, price wise you can’t be serious in giving doTERRA a full check and Aura Cacia a half check. Aura Cacia’s regular price is cheaper than doTERRA wholesale price. How does that even make sense to give them a full check for them in regards to their price?

    The loyalty rewards program doesn’t make sense to me either. If you go to Puritan Pride you get 2 bottles of Aura Cacia for the price of one. Sure, you get rewards points with doTERRA, but the underlining fact is it’s still cheaper with Aura Cacia.

    I have used both of them feel that you’re reasoning behind your points is heavily bias because you actively promote doTERRA. Again, I do recommend both companies but I don’t stretch my reasoning to damage another companies reputation. Therefore, you should just report the facts rather than just stretching the facts to make doTERRA appear to be so much better than Aura Cacia.

    Lastly, on a positive note your YouTube channel is pretty awesome! Lots of great information for people that are interested in learning more about using essential oils!

  4. era603 on April 19, 2019 at 6:23 pm

    Aura Cacia is right essential oils shouldn’t be ingested without professionals approval. Folks who sell it and distributing essentials oils are prohibited from advocating to use essential oils internally.

  5. Dan Terry on April 19, 2019 at 6:24 pm

    #doTERRA #EssentialOil

  6. sitron on April 19, 2019 at 6:28 pm

    I was looking for a blind test of doterra vs aura cacia, confirming that there’s no justification for doterra’s 3x higher price, but got a doterra sales pitch instead. Thanks Lance.

  7. Danielle Anner on April 19, 2019 at 6:36 pm

    How do doTerra’s business practices impact the farmers supplying the materials the oils are made from?

  8. Lance McGowan on April 19, 2019 at 6:49 pm

    How has this shaped your perspective of doTERRA or Aura Cacia?

  9. Korinne McChesney on April 19, 2019 at 6:50 pm

    In my local health food store I purchased some of the USDA organic essential oils by aura cacia. They had an even larger collection but wasn’t labeled as USDA organic. Do you know the difference as will the ones not labeled USDA organic still have the healing properties, therapudic benefits, such as doTERRA and Young living?

  10. djknight_bringin'_back_the_old_skool_style on April 19, 2019 at 6:51 pm

    How about doTERRA VS Rocky Mountain?

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