iHerb | 15% Off Site-Wide for Orders to Israel! Super Fast Shipping + Great Product Selection {Great for Readers in Israel}

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I’m bumping this post back up to the top because I just received a brand new coupon code good for a whopping 15% off your purchase of $70+ site-wide. Just use the coupon code 15OVER70 at checkout. The code is valid for new and returning customers until 7/21/2021 at 10 am PT. Limit one-time use per customer with some limited exclusions.

In addition to all the great deals that iHerb has on personal care, household essentials and even groceries , they’ve also recently added a number of cosmetics and beauty products. If you need makeup and don’t want to overpay at Superpharm, check out iHerb!

Just be sure to use the coupon code 15OVER70.

I just placed my order and can’t wait! I had nearly $90 worth of items in my cart, but thanks to that coupon code, my total came in just under $74 and I won’t have to pay import tax! Woot, woot!

(Remember: Orders to Israel under $75 do not incur import tax. If your order is over $75 — even $75.01 — you WILL pay important tax on the entire order, including the cost of shipping.)

Some of my personal favorite finds so far at iHerb are:

I was also thrilled to discover that iHerb carries Harney & Sons tea, my absolute favorite, as well as Orgain Organic Protein Powder (kosher parve), which my teenager really likes, and is a fraction of the cost of similar alternative here in Israel. Especially with that 15% off coupon code!

Here’s a look at some of my recent iHerb orders:

How do the prices compare to Amazon?

The prices at iHerb do tend to run a bit higher (about 10-20% more) than at Amazon. However, they are still far lower in most cases than in Israel — and with that 15% off coupon code right now, you will actually do amazingly well!

Plus, there are tons of products I haven’t seen at all here in Israel, like Aquaphor (my kids’ hands are so dry from all the hand washing), that Orgain protein powder, and of course, my tea!

As for shipping to Israel, you have two options:

  1. DHL delivery right to your front door for a nominal fee (usually $5 – $15, depending on what’s in your order). DHL usually takes 5-8 days to arrive.
  2. Box-It, which must be collected by you from a drop-box location (there are many to choose from, so you should have an easy to come to find one near your home). Box-It usually takes 7-15 days to arrive. There is often NO CHARGE (yes, free!) on all orders over $60, so if you don’t mind waiting a bit longer, it’s a great way to save even more.
  3. Exelot – a new shipping option, which I personally haven’t tried yet. LMK if you have and what you thought of it.

**KOAB PRO-Tip** The key to getting cheap shipping via DHL is to order multiple items that have the “Shipping Saver” designation on it.

That can drop your shipping price WAY down on your whole order.

You can even sort your search results by items that qualify for Shipping Saver by clicking the box on the top left.

Best of all, DHL delivers your package right to your front door. No going to the post office to pick it up! I love that!

As always, when shipping to Israel, you want to be sure to keep your order UNDER $75 (not including shipping) in order avoid being charge VAT. And good news: The after-discount price is the one used when calculating that “under $75” threshold you’re trying to hit.

What’s your favorite iHerb find?


  1. thanks for the tip. I would have missed it (and I had items in my cart, ready to order) Chag Sameach!

  2. Shulammis Saxon says

    Thanks for the reminder of the under-$75 limit!! I was about to place a bigger order but now I’ll save some things for next time.

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