With the advent of the internet and the high price of supplements in Singapore, it’s no wonder an increasing number of health conscience people are looking to online stores for their supplement fix.
This comes with huge concerns of course. It’s extremely easy to set up an online store nowadays. This means that anybody with a little bit of time on their hands can simply setup a store and sell products, even those from questionable origins. It’s easy to see why many are concerned about shopping online.
In the midst of all this uncertainty however, iHerb has become the online supplement store of choice for more and more Singaporeans and people around the globe.
Here are a few reasons why iHerb is safe:
USDA Approved Products
iHerb is based in Salt Lake City, Utah, in the United States of America, and their products are subject to the approval of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).
Multi Award Winning
iHerb is one of the few online stores with a Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) certified warehouse and a Google Trust Certification because of their timely and hassle free orders. They have also won multiple #1 online supplement store awards from ConsumerLab since 2008.
Approved by Customers
Thousands of Singaporeans and many more around the world are already enjoying the convenience and savings from buying supplements and organic products from iHerb. Doing a search online yields plently of people sharing photos about their latest orders. Feel free to check out a sample order I made with DHL as well.
Is iHerb safe?
iHerb’s one of the largest online retailers in the world, with a huge state-of-the-art warehouse in the ‘silicon valley’ of supplements. It has also earned multiple certifications of trust and awards from organisations like Google and ConsumerLab. Lots of users are even showing off their purchases online.
So, is iHerb safe? It sure looks like it.