When you see slicks that says: "The product is limited, order at once" you will need to be cautious. Because you can see the same product marketed by another company with money back guarantee elsewhere whether online or offline, why bother about it's limited number with a particular company? What makes it different from the rest offered elsewhere? Why should the company tell you that if you can't buy now, you wont get it later? A genuine company with real oil can not force you to order any product. Those slicks are highly unprofessional and uncalled for.
Here is another example of another slick; "Buy from us, we have the cheapest and low cost oils ever" I mean the world is a very large place, how does this company know there is no other better company who offer a lower cost of same product?
To differentiate between unprofessional marketing slick versus professional marketing advertisement, let's consider the scenarios below:
A genuine company will give you the following information on Aromatherapy essential oils: - Botanical name - Description - Extraction process - Common purpose - Smell or Aroma - Color - Related History to the product.
I also want you to know that Original Aromatherapy oils bear the same natural name with their natural herbs, shrubs or plant or flower name. The following is a list of some of the known legitimate Aromatherapy essential oils.
*Ajowan *Bay *African Bluegrass *Basil *Absinthe *Anise Star *Australian Balm Mint Bush *Asafoetida *Angelica Root *Bergamot/Bergaptene Free *Betel Leaf *Armoise Mugwort * And so on.