Hello!

My name is Sheena Schwandt and I am married to my person. We were both born and raised on a small island in the Puget Sound (Whidbey Island, WA) we were acquaintances in high school, and married 15 years later. We are settled in Austin, Texas have three little ones-Clark (girl-4) Boaz (boy-3) Mickey (girl-newest addition)!

'Darling' is my maiden name. We gave Clark the middle name 'Darling' in hopes to keep it alive; there isn't another generation to carry it on. However, once a 'Darling', always a 'Darling' and that is how OhDarlingOils came to life.

I've dabbed into oils here and there...diffusers in the kids' rooms but only used them when they were coming down with colds or we had major weather changes; and I stuck to the basics, lavender, rosemary, lemongrass, peppermint + tea tree. I'm a massage therapist and have some knowledge and background in aromatherapy and Eastern Medicine but again, mainly familiar with the basic oils that promote relaxation, and reduce pain + muscle soreness. 

Young Living has opened up a whole new adventure for me and my little family. A friend introduced me to Cedarwood and told me to roll it on my kids feet at night for sleep support...um, bought my premium starter kit the next week, and that was just the beginning. Oils just work. They are powerful, convenient, easy to use + safe for the whole family.  There are hundreds of oils out there that are specific to so many different things, and when combined with other oils the potential for healing, pain management + good health is endless, and worth every penny! 

If you haven't used oils, I suggest you just start. Start with one or two. Ask questions, no question is a dumb one. I could sit here all day and tell you what oils I use and when, why + how...and that is why I started this journey with Young Living; to be a resource for you! That is why I started OhDarlingOils. I want to tell you everything I know and I want you to know that you can be on this lifestyle journey WITH me. Just start, take notes + enjoy the ride! Thanks for popping in and here's to good health + power plants! 

XO