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  1. Two of my biggest orders this Christmas was $500+ each. Came from the same group buying co-op from Canada. This was a great opportunity. I joined a co-op review facebook group to find more of these leads. Have you sold to co-ops? How did you find them? This co-op happen to click on my google ad.
  2. Sweet 7,000!

    omg you have 200 fragrance skews. Insane
  3. Dried Flower Suppliers

    good point. The shipping cost are high.($30+ for 1lb) for Canadians. I looked into cross border services. I ship it to NY and the service will cross it to a warehouse in Toronto, Canada. 1lb items only cost $1 to cross the border. From NY to Toronto.
  4. Dried Flower Suppliers

    wow thanks! that is 1/2 the price of buying from ebay
  5. Dried Flower Suppliers

    I am shopping around for dried flowers, lavender, red rose pedals. In Bulk. at least 1 lb. Do you know any well priced places? Ebay, aliexpress is decent.
  6. hard to tell. Give us a picture of the label on the candle
  7. Getting Products into Boutiques

    I actually made a video on this topic. consignments I rent retail space before. Wasn't a good experience. I didn't have any control. Where in the store, how it was displayed. My bath bombs got destroyed in-front of the window in the sunlight. There are so many things that affect my sales. I had no control yet I still paid for the space for 8 weeks. They didn't tell me any of these changes. I had to visit the store myself to see whats going on. Be clear before you rent space.
  8. I see in the polls, some are interested in product photography. I made a short easy guide to get started on that.
  9. Bath Bombs not Foaming

    thanks so much. I think mine are too slow.
  10. How generous are you with refunds?

    I think starting off, with 0 or little following, 100% refund if not satisfied, can build trust and credibility. Your probably not going to get an abuser early on. Maybe later you can not give refunds or track repeat refunders to cut them off.
  11. Bath Bombs not Foaming

    oops. yes 1/4cup slsa I purposely used alcohol instead of water to prevent fizzing when mixing. I currently put 170lbs of force on my bath bombs when packing lol. I have to test that too. That is a great idea!, I'll try other foaming bath bombs.
  12. Finding your niche

    I would apply a unique skill set to the product. I don't have a trained nose so scent won't be my strength. I'm handy so I make my own equipment, to either make difficult designs or increase efficiency to price out others. other niches -goth theme -witch, superstitious, good luck, positive energy etc -premium hand carved - heavy on charity. (1 soap bought = 1 soap donated/1 tree gets planted/save the bees!) -glorify a uncommon exotic ingredient -identity. (for LGBTQ, from a country, for people who suffer from migraines)
  13. Starting again...

    A few contradictions. I'm not into sales too. I still do it though before I can hire. Good Luck!
  14. I added many ingredients to make a foaming bath bomb. 1/2 cup baking soda 1/2 cup citric acid 1/4 slsa 1 teaspoon canola oil 1 teaspoon fragrance oil 1 teaspoon polysorbate 80 99% isopropyl alcohol The bath bomb foams a lot If I toss it in the water immediately after pressed. If the bath bomb dries in 24hrs, the bath bomb won't fizz much when in the water. Youtubers don't have this problem, they all fizzed when slsa or polysorbate 80 is included. This seems like a unique problem.
  15. because it usually doesn't get used? I can buy 50lb of baking soda, salts, citric acid easily, it gets used up fast. I don't use enough colors, oils, clay to buy bulk yet. I keep a record of large suppliers. I can't buy those minimums(example. a drum of oil) yet, hopefully I push enough volume to buy those large quantities.