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Spring Fashion Debut: All-natural solutions


Who knew a direct-sales company could provide peace of mind for you and your family? But that’s exactly how Morgan Clark feels about DoTerra.

“I love that I am able to take better care of my family with oils that are all natural and 100 percent pure,” Clark said.

DoTerra Essential Oils will be one of more than 20 vendors participating in the Feb. 11 Love is in the Air: Spring Fashion Debut in downtown Waynesboro from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Initial Inspiration.

“I want to help people take care of themselves,” she said. “At some point, we may not be able to afford doctor visits or the medicine may not be available, so we need to be educated about what is available.”

Clark has been a consultant with DoTerra for three months, and she looks forward to sharing her knowledge of essential oils with you.

“Our products are straight from nature with no added ingredients,” she said. “And our products don’t expire.”

For more information on the Spring Fashion Debut, visit www.waynesborofashion.com.


More Information:
DoTerra Essential Oils
Morgan Clark
Buena Vista, Va.




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