This post contains my iHerb referral link. You'll save money using it (even existing customers), and I may be compensated by iHerb. It won't cost you extra - but it WILL save you money!
I've promised to share iHerb deals whenever I hear about them, so none of you will miss out on the extra savings! So here's the current deal:
DOUBLE loyalty credit- instead of 5% credit toward your next purchase, you'll get to 10% fcredit for all the orders you place until Monday, April 2nd at 10:00 a.m. PST (Pacific Standard Time)!
This applies to all orders you place during this period. Loyalty credit will be equal to 10% of the value of your order after discounts and credits applied, excluding shipping charges.
Your loyalty credit can be applied towards your next order - it will be "pending" until your order is shipped, and once it's shipped, you can use it!
Credit expires after 90 days.
Just note: you'll be placing these orders in the days leading up to Pesach, and perhaps during Pesach, too, so you should check to be sure you're not ordering Chametz and inadvertently owning Chametz over Pesach! Happy Shopping!
If you use Shipping Savers, you can get really affordable shipping, even if you choose DHL Express shipping (I highly recommend this shipping method)! You can sort for Shipping Savers on iHerb by clicking the Shipping Saver checkbox on the lefthand side of the page. Check out my Shipping Saver suggestions, too!
Not sure if shopping at iHerb makes sense?
I shop there pretty often, as you may already know. I find it makes life easier for me - not only do they make it easy to find some "hard to find" products my family needs (like fragrance free shower products), but I save a significant amount of money on things like vitamins and probiotics. So many products are definitely less expensive at iHerb than at my local stores, and shipping is VERY affordable as I mentioned above.
Here are some of the things I like to buy at iHerb:
Palm Oil (this eco-friendly version is not available in Israel at all, and is perfect for making frosting or fudge)
Magnesium Tablets (these and many other supplements are quite pricey in Israel and iHerb is a great way to save!)
Stash Teas (I buy these when they are on sale, as the sale price comes out to less than the lowest price I can find herbal teas for locally, and these are just SO MUCH HIGHER quality than teas I can find for an affordable price!)
Vitamin D (so many people are deficient, it turns out! And my doctor prescribed a rather high dose, and what's sold here is very low dose and more expensive)
Probiotics are far less expensive from iHerb than any I've found in Israel, and they don't weigh much! Many of these are "shipping savers" - so they'll lower your shipping costs for the whole order if you add them in!
EO shower gel (we like this kid friendly all-in-one shower product that doesn't irritate our skin!)
Ricola throat drops (these work out to be only slightly less expensive than the local price, so I use them as a "filler" product, never as my "reason for buying")
Witch Hazel (it's really not easy to find witch hazel products locally, and if you love witch hazel, you'll be thrilled with iherb's price. This one is a toner with alcohol in it - some people like the alcohol in it, but if you don't, they also have plenty of no-alcohol witch hazel products)
Coffee Filters (unbleached) - I can find the #4 size locally, but I use the #2 size, and can't always find unbleached, and it's so easy to order it, rather than running around town!
Brown Rice Pasta (only when they're on sale, great for people who don't eat wheat! The local equivalent is more expensive unless there's an amazing sale)
Grapefruit Seed Extract (similar product, 1/4 of the size, cost more than twice as much at my health food store, and many people are convinced this keeps colds away,!)
Essential Oils (I use them in homemade cleaners) - for a fraction of the price here in Israel! Yes, they are real and natural (and very importantly, not an MLM)!
Soy-free Teriyaki Sauce (for my soy allergic child)
Calendula Cream (so soothing and wonderful for eczema!)
Aquaphor Ointment - impossible to buy locally! (lately this has been out of stock at iherb, but you can ask to be notified when it's available). When it's not available, you might find CeraVe to be a good alternative.
I also regularly check the Specials Page to see if products I use are on sale and work out to a better deal thru iHerb during a sale, and I also occasionally will order a hard-to-find spice.
If you haven't ordered from iHerb, now is the perfect time to check it out!
And please let me know what your favorite deals are!
Don't get surprised by import taxes! If you are ordering items from overseas, be sure to familiarize yourself with the most recent personal import regulations!
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