September 30, 2012

Where I Shop Online (for Real Food, Skincare, Teas, Essential Oils, and More)

Disclosure: Most of the links are affiliate links. I will only link to companies and products that I fully support. I either buy from the companies, purchase the products, or support the blogger/company/product. If you purchase a product through a link, your price will not change, but I will earn a small commission. Purchasing through these links helps support my continued blogging and I truly appreciate you for supporting Livin' the Crunchy Life.


Amazon

Amazon is the source for any and all things. You can find vanilla beans, cast iron pans, coconut oil, books, nail polish, supplements, etc and so on. I buy many of my products from Amazon because it's easy and you can find some great prices. When you shop on Amazon, if you start your search here before you make your purchase (and purchase within 24 hrs of clicking here), you will be supporting my site. Your price will not change, but I will receive a (small) commission. I truly appreciate any support I can get so I can continue to write and share with you. Thank you. Click here to go to Amazon.com or click HERE to shop my Amazon store where you will find some of the things I buy (or on my wish list).

Livin' the Crunchy Life is a participant in the Amazon Services LL Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com.


Vitacost
(Natural products - food, skincare, vitamins, etc.)

I love Vitacost. It was one of the first sites I discovered where I can purchase real food for cheaper prices than my health food store. Some of the things I buy here: nuts, almond butter, honey, sardines, canned salmon, ghee, bentonite clay, apple cider vinegar, castile soap, tampons...and more. If you spend $49 or more, your shipping is free. Click here to view their products . Get a $10 coupon if you are a new customer HERE.



Iherb 
(Natural products - food, skincare, vitamins, etc.)

Iherb is similar to Vitacost and sometimes I do a price comparison between these sites. There are some products I get on Iherb that I can't find on Vitacost or am able to get cheaper. A few I have purchased: maple syrup, shampoo, supplements.

I am not affiliated with Iherb.com, but if you use my referral code, you can save $10 off your first purchase (first time customers only). Code: JAC411





Mountain Rose Herbs

My sources for butters (cocoa, mango, shea), carrier oils, essential oils, teas, herbs and spices. I love MRH. Here's the thing though, shipping can get expensive as it's based on weight. Don't let that deter you. Wait until you make a big order or order with a friend. Their products are worth it. Click here to view their products.
Mountain Rose Herbs


Some of the things I love from Mountain Rose Herbs: sweet cinnamon, elderberry, raspberry leaf, lavender and tea tree essential oils, sweet almond oil, red rooibos tea, tea infusers, jars, and much more.






Tropical Traditions

Fabulous source for coconut oil and all things coconut. But wait, they have so much more. They have coconut oil and other coconut products, plus: jarred tomatoes, honey, household products, skin care, and even soy-free eggs and meat if you need a source for that. There's lots more so go check them out. Click here to view their products.

If you're a first time customer, you will receive a free Virgin Coconut Oil book, and I will receive a discount coupon for referring you.



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Disclosure: Most of the links above are affiliate links. I will only link to companies and products that I fully support. I either buy from the companies, purchase the products, or support the blogger/company/product. If you purchase a product through a link, your price will not change, but I will earn a small commission. Purchasing through these links helps support my continued blogging and I truly appreciate you for supporting Livin' the Crunchy Life.


1 comment:

  1. 3 Researches SHOW How Coconut Oil Kills Waist Fat.

    The meaning of this is that you literally burn fat by eating coconut fats (also coconut milk, coconut cream and coconut oil).

    These 3 studies from big medical magazines are sure to turn the conventional nutrition world around!

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