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[Saje] Saje diffusers and diffuser blends are 20% this weekend

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Saje diffusers and diffuser blends are 20% this weekend

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October 20, 2019
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Saje
Saje diffusers and diffuser blends are 20% off all weekend. Free shipping on orders over $75.

I've been waiting for this one as our older Saje diffuser broke and they will give us the original purchased price back as cash value, so now I can make that return go even further!
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MikoWilson wrote: You can buy diffusers and oils on Amazon for 1/4 of these prices. What a total scam.
Here ya go, just saved you 200 bucks.

https://www.amazon.ca/Anjou-Aromatherap ... ljaz10cnVl
:facepalm:

Brands... do... matter.


Saje Natural Wellness is a Canadian retailer of private-label essential oils and skin care products. The company was founded in 1992 by Kate and Jean-Pierre LeBlanc in Lonsdale Quay. In 2016, the company opened their first international location in California.


I guess Luxury cars are a total scam too, right?
I guess a restaurant other than McDonalds and Wendy's is a total scam too right? Who in their right mind pays $18 for a hamburger!
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Aug 9, 2007
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I've used essential oils from cheaper sources and they always smell "off." Scents like eucalyptus that end up smelling like wet dog.

I've never had issues with Saje.
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Jan 19, 2013
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MikoWilson wrote: You can buy diffusers and oils on Amazon for 1/4 of these prices. What a total scam.
Here ya go, just saved you 200 bucks.

https://www.amazon.ca/Anjou-Aromatherap ... ljaz10cnVl
be careful when buying from amazon .. many are synthetic oils , I bought a set in last black friday ( that brand was recommended here ) but it was not as good as saje .. oils might be expensive at Saje but then we use also less ..
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MauriceLaFlamme wrote: :facepalm:

Brands... do... matter.


Saje Natural Wellness is a Canadian retailer of private-label essential oils and skin care products. The company was founded in 1992 by Kate and Jean-Pierre LeBlanc in Lonsdale Quay. In 2016, the company opened their first international location in California.


I guess Luxury cars are a total scam too, right?
I guess a restaurant other than McDonalds and Wendy's is a total scam too right? Who in their right mind pays $18 for a hamburger!
Maybe their oils are good quality but are their diffusers worth the difference? eg. this Miserwe one on Amazon costs 28.99 and gets 5 stars AmazonThere are also other quality oils like Young Living or as someone mentioned, New Direction. I don't own a diffuser but am thinking of getting one.
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Bull Dog wrote: Maybe their oils are good quality but are their diffusers worth the difference? eg. this Miserwe one on Amazon costs 28.99 and gets 5 stars AmazonThere are also other quality oils like Young Living or as someone mentioned, New Direction. I don't own a diffuser but am thinking of getting one.
I certainly think so. Saje guarantees their diffusers for life. Thatbl alone is worth it for me.
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How are these for kids in the house? Any harm for little ones
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snazarella wrote: I certainly think so. Saje guarantees their diffusers for life. Thatbl alone is worth it for me.
What exactly would a NON safe diffuser do? Not create water vapor? Is there a certain size of vapor particle that will give us all cancer? I'm dying to know.
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MauriceLaFlamme wrote: :facepalm:

Brands... do... matter.


Saje Natural Wellness is a Canadian retailer of private-label essential oils and skin care products. The company was founded in 1992 by Kate and Jean-Pierre LeBlanc in Lonsdale Quay. In 2016, the company opened their first international location in California.


I guess Luxury cars are a total scam too, right?
I guess a restaurant other than McDonalds and Wendy's is a total scam too right? Who in their right mind pays $18 for a hamburger!
A vaporizer is literally a small bucket, with a pulsating piece of metal creating vapor. You can create one yourself for two bucks if you're crafty.
Go ahead and pay insane money for nothing, if it makes you happy. But, you're being insanely ripped off. The cost to create these is most likely under five bucks, shipped.
There is SO much needless profit in this space, but you can only lead a horse to water.
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anindyabecs wrote: be careful when buying from amazon .. many are synthetic oils , I bought a set in last black friday ( that brand was recommended here ) but it was not as good as saje .. oils might be expensive at Saje but then we use also less ..
All oils/water will diffuse at the same rate, if used in the same volume. Oils don't magically evaporate faster because they are cheaper.
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Bull Dog wrote: Maybe their oils are good quality but are their diffusers worth the difference? eg. this Miserwe one on Amazon costs 28.99 and gets 5 stars AmazonThere are also other quality oils like Young Living or as someone mentioned, New Direction. I don't own a diffuser but am thinking of getting one.
Keep in mind, Young Living is a pyramid scheme. If you know anyone in that program, get them out. There is currently a class action against them for being a pyramid scheme.
https://www.classaction.org/news/class- ... mid-scheme
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Bull Dog wrote: Maybe their oils are good quality but are their diffusers worth the difference? eg. this Miserwe one on Amazon costs 28.99 and gets 5 stars AmazonThere are also other quality oils like Young Living or as someone mentioned, New Direction. I don't own a diffuser but am thinking of getting one.
I have owned three diffusers in my time. The first one broke in days. The second wore out after 6 months. Both were from Amazon. I did a barter for one from Saje that ended up being broken. I took it into Saje, they plugged it in, saw it wasn't working, no receipt, no questions, just full out replacement for a new one in a colour of my choosing, and this is their lifetime warranty. Costs a bit more upfront, but the long term payoff is worth it imo and experience. After my experiences with cheaper ones, if I ever have to buy a new one, I'll be getting safe branded. It also does way better at dispersing the oils.
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MikoWilson wrote: All oils/water will diffuse at the same rate, if used in the same volume. Oils don't magically evaporate faster because they are cheaper.
But concentration will affect how much you need to achieve the same amount of scent in the room. I don't buy saje branded oils, but I do notice a difference between brands.
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So is that all Saje is? Essential oils?

I see people using the little saje bags as lunchbags but wasn’t sure exactly what they sold.

What makes saje so popular?

Natural food stores have lots of quality essential oils... just wondering what the differentiator is in this case.
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gemenichic wrote: So is that all Saje is? Essential oils?

I see people using the little saje bags as lunchbags but wasn’t sure exactly what they sold.

What makes saje so popular?

Natural food stores have lots of quality essential oils... just wondering what the differentiator is in this case.
They make a lot of mixed blends that smell fantastic.

Thanks OP

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