This is where to buy affordable natural products in South Africa
Affordable natural products are finally a reality. Before anything remotely holistic in nature had a scary price tag attached but thankfully an upswing in people using these products has made them more attainable to the everyday person.
Some items will still be expensive, this is due to how they are made. Most natural products are batch made and not mass produced which ensures the quality and standards are upheld.
Local business has started booming which has made way for more indigenous products to hit our shelves and our online retailers.
Personally, I tend to do most of my shopping online but every once in a while I head out to the local markets and see what is on offer there. Shops like Clicks and Dis-Chem now also have bigger sections of their stores dedicated to alternative health or natural products.
Health shops are also becoming more affordable but not as quickly as I would like.
These are some of the places that I shop for natural products.
I couldn’t tell you how I came across this gem of an online store but I found it none-the-less. The website is filled with greener options for every aspect of life.
I have made a number of purchases on the website, mostly for a greener lifestyle. I have purchased reusable vegetable bags for shopping, a metal straw, multiple seeds for a vegetable garden and natural beauty products for my ultra-sensitive skin. Over time, I will be doing reviews of the purchases I have previously made and share new product hauls.
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Dis-Chem & Clicks
As I mentioned above, these stores now cater to more alternative medicines and products. They have large sections filled with more affordable options for natural health products.
I have been purchasing the Natures Choice brand which is available at both stores for some time now. I love the Natures Choice coconut oil as it is cost effective and comes in a large size. The Bentonite Clay and Activated Charcoal are also incredible products.
Aside from online and in-store options, you can also source products within your local areas. Just recently, I found an ethical beekeeper that sells natural honey for a fraction of the cost in-store or online. This is always a good option because supporting local business is highly beneficial to the local community.
It is, however, important to know some details about the seller. Always ask them questions regarding their products to ensure that what you are getting, is what they have advertised.
The honey I get is fragrant thanks to all the local flowers the beekeeper has around his hives. He ensures the bees are healthy and safe.
So once again, that is everything I have to share with you today. What are some of your favourite places to shop for affordable natural products?
With My Love,