Got Question? Call us 24/7 : +91-183-350-4167

Free shipping on all orders in India

Shipping & Delivery

  1. Introduction and Overview:
    • Start with a brief introduction explaining the purpose of the Shipping & Delivery policies.
    • Mention that these policies govern the shipment and delivery of products purchased from your company.
  2. Shipping Methods and Timelines:
    • Outline the shipping methods available (e.g., standard shipping, expedited shipping, international shipping).
    • Specify estimated delivery times for each shipping method.
    • Note any exceptions (e.g., delays during peak seasons, international customs clearance).
  3. Shipping Costs:
    • Clearly state how shipping costs are calculated (e.g., based on weight, destination, order value).
    • If applicable, mention any free shipping thresholds or promotions.
  4. Order Processing Time:
    • Explain the timeframe required for order processing before shipping.
    • Factors affecting processing time (e.g., order volume, customization requirements).
  5. Delivery Destinations:
    • Specify the regions or countries to which you ship products.
    • Include any restrictions or limitations on shipping to certain locations.
  6. Tracking and Notifications:
    • Detail how customers can track their orders (e.g., order tracking number, tracking link).
    • Explain the process for sending shipping notifications (e.g., email alerts with tracking information).
  7. Lost or Delayed Shipments:
    • Outline the procedure for handling lost or delayed shipments.
    • Clarify the responsibilities of the customer and your company in such situations.
    • Provide contact information for customer support regarding shipment inquiries.
  8. Returns and Refunds:
    • Refer customers to your Returns & Refunds policies for information on returning products.
    • Explain how shipping costs are handled in case of returns or exchanges.
  9. Customs and Duties (for International Shipments):
    • Advise international customers about potential customs duties or taxes.
    • Note that customers are responsible for any additional fees imposed by customs authorities.
  10. Holiday Shipping:
    • Communicate any changes to shipping times or policies during holiday seasons.
    • Advise customers to place orders well in advance to ensure timely delivery.
  11. Contact Information:
    • Provide clear contact information for customer support regarding shipping-related inquiries.
    • Include email addresses, phone numbers, and hours of operation.
  12. Policy Updates:
    • Mention that the Shipping & Delivery policies may be updated periodically.
    • Encourage customers to review the policies regularly for any changes.
  13. Legal Disclaimer:
    • Include a disclaimer stating that your company reserves the right to modify or update the Shipping & Delivery policies at any time.
  14. Accessibility:
    • Ensure that the policies are easily accessible on your website, preferably in the footer or during the checkout process.
  15. Language and Clarity:
    • Use simple and straightforward language to ensure that customers can easily understand the policies.
    • Avoid legal jargon or complex terminology.

Remember to tailor these policies to fit the specific needs and practices of your business. Additionally, it’s essential to ensure that your Shipping & Delivery policies comply with relevant laws and regulations in your jurisdiction. If in doubt, consider consulting with a legal professional.

Book Your Free Appointment

Elevate your well-being – book your appointment with Pure Herbs Ayurveda for personalized and holistic health solutions today.