Well.ca is offering a free gift with any order of $40 or more this long weekend.
Unlike their coupon codes, which cannot be combined with sale items, this offer can be combined with a cart full of items from the sale and clearance sections. The gift options will be displayed during checkout. I demoed a cart and had these to choose from:
- KIND Granola Peanut Butter Whole Grain Clusters (312 g) – $6.49 Value
- Weleda Calendula Baby Cream (74 g) – $12.49 Value
- Uncle Lee’s Whole Leaf 100% Organic Green Tea (18 tea bags) – $7.29 Value
- Mystery Bag of Samples – Value Unknown
- Lysol No Touch Hand Soap Dispenser – $9.99 Value
You get to choose from one of these five items when going through checkout. I linked to them above so you can read reviews and the details of each product. I would go for the Weleda Calendula Baby Cream not only because it has the greatest value, but also because I have heard very good things about the Weleda line of natural products and more specifically about the Calendula formula. At the same time, I am somewhat curious about what would be in the bag of mystery samples.
I am a fan of Well.ca because they make shopping for household essentials easy. I don’t live in the biggest city (population under 100,000), so finding the brands I want at the price I am willing to pay is often no easy task. I watch Well.ca like a hawk and take advantage of their promotions.
Spending $40 on Well.ca is easy for me. This 25% off Sibu Beauty sale is just calling my name. I read a couple Canadian all natural beauty blogs, and one of my favourites called Naturalla Beauty did a review of the Sibu Sea Buckthorn Body Cream that is on sale from $17.99 down to $13.49. Caitie said:
I’ve been really happy with Sibu’s body cream! It’s kind of the best of both worlds: rich and very hydrating, but also absorbs quickly into the skin without any stickiness or oily residue. It feels great going on and I like knowing that I’m getting additional benefits, beyond those of an ordinary lotion, from all the sea buckthorn. I also love that Sibu makes use of the entire berry here and includes not only the fruit and seed oils, but also whole, pureed berries.
For such an inexpensive cream in the natural beauty world, I am pretty excited. It is on my wishlist of products to test out once I work my way through my current cream.
Well.ca offers free shipping on orders of $25 or more.
(Expiry: 3rd August 2014)