When I first started looking into switching all of my conventional products into either natural or homemade I found myself at a stand still. One reason was that I didn’t know where to find these ‘healthy’ products, and the other was that I didn’t want to spend our hard earned money on something I hated.
But I’m all for when a company wants me to try stuff out for them!
iHerb contacted me a bit ago and asked if I’d like to go on a shopping spree (on the house) so that I could post a review. I went and looked around on the site, and while there are some things that don’t strike me as ‘natural’ or ‘healthy’ (like toothpaste with sodium lauryl sulfate in it) they had a huge range of products and great prices. So I decided they were a company that I personally would order from and went ahead and placed my order.
I end up finding an herbal tooth and gum powder as I’m really looking to get away from even the natural toothpastes since so many of them either have unnatural ingredients in them or are based around glycerin. Let me tell you…..it’s odd trying to get used to a powder for brushing! It works just great, but you don’t get that foamy mess in your mouth either. For me this was perfect though as everything in it was completely natural, including the stevia herb.
I also bought some gelatin capsules so that I can fill them full of cod liver oil. (I’m a wimp, I know!) Also on my shopping list was a kelp supplement, Rescue Remedy’s fatigue remedy, toothbrushes for all of us, and a homeopathic calendula ointment.
Overall, I would totally buy from them again. I ordered on Monday and had my products on Friday, customer service was good, and a good amount of the products they carry I would use without hesitation.
Now, iHerb would also like to giveaway a $50.00 shopping spree to one of my readers as well, so all you have to do to enter is leave a comment here at this post by midnight on Wednesday May 12th. (US Residents only)
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