Saturday, January 10, 2009

Are you a fan? Follow us on Facebook!

Just a quick note to announce that Cloud Nine Candle and Bath Co. has created a page on Facebook! This blog will feed Facebook so if you prefer to get updates on Facebook, you can keep up with us there! You can also post product reviews, start or contribute to a discussion, or write on our wall.

Follow this link to visit Cloud Nine Candle and Bath's page on Facebook.

Friday, January 9, 2009

New Pricing for our Handmade Cold Processed Soap

The website has been updated to reflect new pricing for our handmade cold processed soap. Single bar pricing is $5.95.

We have increased our discount for 5+ bars of the same fragrance from 10% to over 15%. The new 5+ bar pricing is $5.00 per bar.

With our reduced shipping rates, you won't notice much of a change in your total, and if you order 10+ bars in one order you will most likely pay less than you did last year.

We will be introducing several new fragrances over the next few months. We will post the news here so stay tuned!

Thursday, January 1, 2009

Happy New Year! and... New Low Flat Rate Shipping!

I wish all of our loyal customers and blog followers a happy and prosperous new year!

I want to announce several changes that will be effective just as soon as I finish reprogramming the shopping cart.

Our domestic Priority Mail prices are reduced to a flat rate of $6.00 per order! This includes all orders shipped within the USA, including Alaska, Hawaii, and military APO or FPO addresses. The USPS flat rate priority mail boxes have made this possible, so thank your friendly neighborhood mail man!

The price of all Dolphin Massagers will be reduced to $9.99 each!

There will be no changes in our lip balm, shower gel, or lotion stick prices.

There will be some price increases for soap and lotion. It has been 8 years since our last pricing adjustment, and the prices of some of the raw materials have more than doubled during that time. Tomorrow's post will detail those changes. For many orders, the reduction in shipping charges will more than offset the price increases of these products.