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FAQ

Where are your products made?
All of our brands are manufactured at our Lilydale Head Office in outer-eastern Melbourne, Australia. Buckley & Phillips is also 100% Australian owned.

When did Buckley & Phillips begin?
We began operating in 1972 - see our About Us page.

Do you accept international orders?
Yes, our website supports export orders worldwide.

How much will my freight cost?
Retail orders within Australia have a flat-rate of $9 Australia-Wide.

Wholesale orders within Australia have a flat-rate per state.

International orders are calculated based on weight and destination.

When will my order arrive?
In most cases, online orders are processed the following business day. Retail orders within Australia are sent via Australia Post and generally take 1-5 business days (except WA and some remote areas which can take up to 7 days). Express Post option is available upon request (extra charges apply).

If you haven't received your order within the expected timeframe, please contact us at admin@buckleyandphillips.com or call (03) 9735 3755 and we will perform a track & trace.

Do you accept returns?
If an item is faulty, or has been damaged in shipping please contact us immediately so we can resolve the issue. Claims for faulty or damaged goods must be made with 7 days of receipt. We do not accept returns or offer refunds for a change of mind.

Can I order over the phone?

Yes. Simply give us a call on (03) 9735 3755 and one of our friendly staff will assist with your order.

Can I order wholesale?

Yes we wholesale our products Worldwide.

If you have an ABN and would like to become a reseller, click on Wholesale Access. You will then be given the option to apply for wholesale access. Acceptance is not immediate and is dependent on other stockists in your area.

If you are an existing wholesale customer and require your online login details email us at sales@buckleyandphillips.com

What is the difference between Fragrance & Essential Oils?
True Essential oils are completely botanically derived, meaning the oil is extracted from plant matter using methods such as cold press or steam distillation. Essential oils are traditionally used for their therapeutic benefits and are most commonly used in aromatherapy, oil burners, bath, massage and body care.

Fragrances are synthetically made using a combination of synthetic and natural components. This allows for the creation of far more complex and stable scents. Fragrance oils can be formulated to create scents that cannot be derived naturally, such as 'Seabreeze', 'Pear' and complex perfumes. Fragrance oils are more commonly used in candles, reed diffusers, incense and perfumes.

What extraction methods are used for your essential oils?
The majority of essential oils are extracted via steam distillation of plant matter. Citrus peel based oils such as Lime, Lemon and Orange are extracted using a cold press method.

What grade are your essential oils?
All Buckley & Phillips essential oils have been stringently tested and are certified as True To Botanical.

What are your jar candles made from?
All Buckley & Phillips jar candles are made using soy wax combined with natural coconut wax to improve the overall performance of the candle.

What are your pillar candles made from?
Due to the low melting-point of pure soy wax it is unable to be used when manufacturing pillar candles. All Buckley & Phillips pillar candles are made from fully-refined paraffin wax.

Are your products vegan friendly?
All of Buckley & Phillips' product ranges are Vegan friendly, with the exception of the following:

  • Wood polish (contains beeswax)
  • Unscented goats milk soap (contains goats milk)
  • Lotus & lemongrass soap (contains honey)
  • Tangerine & vanilla soap (contains honey)
  • White chocolate coconut soap (contains Manuka honey)

Do your soaps contain palm oil?
All Buckley & Phillips soap bars are made from an RSPO-certified palm base. Please see our certification details Here.

Do you test on animals?
None of Buckley & Phillips products are tested on animals and we are accredited by CCF (Choose Cruelty Free). This certification also ensures that none of Buckley & Phillips' raw material suppliers have tested on animals. Please see our accreditation details Here.