The owner of Rustic Essential Jewelry, Michelle Hebert, is allergic to metal. Still wanting to wear jewelry she started researching non-metal options, and that is how Rustic Essential Jewelry came to life. Michelle also has another business called Essential Oil Young Living, and last winter Michelle decided to combine the two and start making essential oil jewelry! This is a great option for people who want to smell good, receive the benefits of aromatherapy, and at the same time avoid the chemical perfumes and body sprays! She creates metal and non-metal options of her essential oil jewelry suited for all women. How does she make jewelry that can hold essential oils? Polymer clay and lava beads are included in her essential oil jewelry that is able to hold the scent and the benefits for long periods of time! Michelle and Rustic essential Jewelry have moved to incorporate these essential options into earrings, bracelets, rings, necklaces, cell phone charms, and key chains! Rustic Essential Jewelry also creates handmade polymer clay pendants, “western cross” jewelry, metal cage pendants for lava beads, and more!
Michelle and her business are big supporters of the community! Living just outside of Forestburg, she gives back to the community by donating to local events such as 4H rodeo silent auctions, charity barrel races, and autism fundraisers. She loves to give back to the community that has been so supportive of her.