Disclaimer & Shipping
*Please be aware that with bath bombs, you are purchasing a product that goes in to your bath water and will touch your bare skin. Discontinue use if irritation occurs.*
PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU ARE FULLY AWARE OF ANY ALLERGIES YOU MAY HAVE BEFORE PURCHASING ANY PRODUCTS.
*Please know that any deeply pigmented product has the potential to stick to residue in your tub or on your skin. A VERY CLEAN TUB IS RECOMMENDED BEFORE USING ANY BATH COLORANTS, Older tubs may experience discoloration over time due to their porous nature and or scratches. Any product residue not removed by water can be cleaned using soap or other cleaner.
*Our Bath Bombs are available in different colors, scents, and sizes. Some even have extra items embedded inside, such as oatmeal, colored embeds or glitter. They are all handmade and the color of your bath water may vary due to different sizes of tubs. Be wary about adding too many bath bombs at once,
which can over concentrate your water color and lead to possible staining.
*To make sure you get the best quality during use, make sure to keep your bath bombs in a dry cool place. An overly humid or wet environment can lead to a decrease in the fizz by causing an early reaction.
*Our Bath Bombs are made with many beneficial butters and oils and may cause tub to become slippery.
**PLEASE USE CAUTION
WHILE GETTING IN AND OUT OF THE TUB.**
White Buffalo Apothecary will NOT be responsible.
***Additional Products: FDA regulations prohibit bath and body companies from making health-related claims about their products. We are not healthcare or medical professionals.
The information on our products pertains to the properties of specific ingredients used in the making of the product.***
*We carefully package and ship all products from Montana within the domestic United States only via USPS and primarily use USPS FLAT RATE or REGIONAL RATE boxes for most orders. This enables us to utilize the best shipping price USPS has to offer plus their $50 of FREE insurance. Additional insurance may be purchased.
*We mail out packages on FRIDAY and MONDAY ONLY.
If you place an order on mail day your order will go out the following mail day. (Excluding special orders)
We wish we could offer better shipping rates but at this time I charge exactly what USPS charges.
**Due to the fragile nature of our products we can't accept returns.**
*If you have any concerns or problems please feel free to contact us and we will do our very best to resolve any issues. If your package arrives damaged in any way please DO NOT OPEN it until you have taken pictures of the damage. This is what USPS requires in order to process a damage report. After pictures are taken you may open the package. Please take additional pictures if needed of any possible products damage.
*If your package happens to go to a wrong address: I'm very sorry but, as a business owner, there is no way for me to verify the claim. It is your responsibility to make sure that your address is correct. I know that credit cards have to match your billing address in most cases to avoid this type of error but if you are purchasing a gift and shipping it elsewhere please double check all address information. If a mistake has been made please notify me within 48 hours so I can change it. Once the products leave my hands they are no longer my responsibility and therefore you would need to repurchase your order including shipping. We are sorry for any inconvenience.
Native American medicine is based upon a spiritual view of life. A healthy person is someone who has a sense of purpose and follows the guidance of the Great Spirit. This guidance is written upon the heart of every person. To be healthy, a person must be committed to a path of beauty, harmony, and balance. Gratitude, respect, and generosity are also considered to be essential for a healthy life. Ken Cohen writes, "Health means restoring the mind, body and spirit to balance and wholeness: the balance of life energy in the body; the balance of ethical, reasonable, and just behavior; balanced relations within family and community; and harmonious relationships with nature."