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Going Wholesale – Wikaniko in your Shop or Business

lavenderflowerssoapThe development of a Wholesale Buyer option is great news.  This makes the business attractive to a whole new set of people – perhaps most obvious being the owners of small shops or businesses who would like to stock or use eco-friendly products but don’t want large numbers of each product.

1. How does it work?

You sign up for Free as a Wholesale Buyer and get your own online Warehouse to do your orders from.  Your orders are stored online and VAT is clearly shown.

You then choose what you want to sell or use within your business from your own Eco Warehouse and you purchase these at wholesale price.  The recommended retail price is also shown for each product in your Warehouse should you be looking to sell them on.

Raw Chocolate & Goji Berrieswashnnwax2.  What Can I buy?

We have a huge range of products including:-

  • Aromatherapy
  • Aloe Vera
  • Babies & Children
  • Bags – bio-degradable bin bags, string bags and cloth bags
  • Bamboo Textiles – towels, flannels and socks
  • Bathroom
  • Body & Skin Care
  • MooncupCleaning
  • Dental Care
  • Feminine Hygiene
  • Gadgets
  • Gardens & Outdoors
  • Hair Care
  • Health & Nutrition
  • Household
  • Kitchen
  • Laundry
  • Pets
  • Travel & Camping
  • Vegan

Please see our shop for full details.

omega_3-6-9_oilsSome products are Wikaniko own-brand, others we sell on behalf of other (mostly) small British companies.  None of our products are tested on animals. All of our products are better for the environment and/or people’s health or help people protect our natural environment in some way.

We also have a Wholesale Range where you can bulk-buy products and the mark-up from purchase to RRP can be up to 100%.

In this range we have 18 different hand-made, cold pressed soaps.  They do not contain any SLS’s or Parabens, but do have a high glycerin content (good for moisturising).  They are Vegan and BUAV approved.  Scents include Peppermint & Poppy-seed, Tea Tree, Lavender, Clove & Orange, Aloe Vera, Rose Petal, Ylang Ylang and Chamomile.

microfibreclothsdispYou buy 12 of each type of soap and if all the soaps are sold at full retail price, the profit is just over 100%.

We also have the wonderful Waterless Wash & Wax Car, Boat, Caravan & Trailer cleaner where you can clean your vehicle no-matter where you are without the need for water.  It is fully bio-degradable so does not harm the natural environment and leaves your vehicle positively sparkling.  Great for Taxi’s, Chauffeurs or similar.

You can also buy Kilrock Descaler, Microfibre Cloths, lovely Faith In Nature Hand Washes, Shampoos and Conditioners and biodegradable bin-bags.

You do not need to have a minimum order, but delivery is free for orders over £59.99 (UK Mainland).  Neither do you need to order every month.  If you want you can order 1 of a product or lots of it – it is up to you.


To find out more, please get in touch or read about the Wholesale Buyer position on my website here.


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Shopping & Saving with Wikaniko

I use a bamboo flannel for my baby boy as it is the softest flannel I have ever felt in my life. He loves it too.

I buy quite a lot of everyday items through Wikaniko, saving myself about 25% on the cost every month.  Some are one-off purchases, but most are things that we use and need replenishing.  If I go around the house these are the things I will buy – perhaps not every month, but regularly….


  • BioD Washing up Liquid
  • BioD diswasher powder
  • Dustbin liners
  • Recycled dish-scourers
  • Oven Mate Oven Cleaner
  • Astonish Oven Cleaner
  • BioD  Multi-surface cleaner
  • Magic Eraser
  • Bicarbonate of Soda
  • Aloe Vera Drink
  • Vitamin C & D tablets
  • Codliver Oil tablets
  • Royal Jelly tablets
  • Aloe Vera and Tea-Tree Handwash

Utility Room

  • Soap Nuts
  • Laundry Oxygen Bleach
  • Soda Crystals
  • Nappy Fresh
  • Ecostain Remove
  • Recycled Clothes Pegs


A great handwash for families as is anti-bacterial and has a lovely smell so you know whether the kids have washed their hands or not!

  • BioD Toilet Cleaner
  • Bathroom microfibre cleaning pack
  • Small bin bag
  • Paper Nappy Liners
  • Jackson Reece Wipes
  • Organic Cotton Wool
  • Aloe Vera & Tea Tree Handwash
  • Aloe Vera Shampoo
  • Aloe Vera shower and bath gel
  • Aleppo Soap
  • Seaweed Shampoo & Conditioner
  • Bamboo face flannel
  • Dead-Sea Salts infused with lavender
  • Jasmine & Heather Dead Sea Salt Scrub
  • Tea tree oil
  • Grapeseed massage oil
  • Biodegradable nappy bags
  • Aloe Vera Toothpaste
  • Eco shower head
  • Shaving oil with Lemongrass


  • Aloe Vera Handcream
  • Luxury Face Lotion
  • Luxury Body Lotion
  • Natracare feminine products
  • Natural Deoderant Spray
  • Aloe Vera Cradle Cap Lotion
  • Beaming Baby Organic Baby Lotion


  • A range of seeds
  • Paper Potter
  • Copper Slug tape

As you can see, the majority of the above items are necessary or useful for day-to-day living, though I admit to a few luxury goods.  In the next few weeks, I will go through the items above and tell you why I use them, what it is I like about them and why I would recommend them.

There are no doubt a few more things scattered around the house and many more that I would buy on an occassion.  In addition, there are some great gifts – friends and family will be getting some Wiked Wiki gifts this year, so beware!

We usually buy £30 – £60 every month of Wikaniko products for our own use.  If I was buying these same products at our local supermarket or from another website, I would be paying about 25% more.  I have been a distributor with Wikaniko since May 2011, so from then until now (November 2012) I reckon I have saved us at least £202.50.  My outlay – joining fee of £48 (though now is £78), annual fee of £12 and since September 2012 a monthly website fee of £3.50.

Overall minimum savings of £142 in 18 months.  In addition to this, I have earned commission every time my order has been over £100 in a month and I have earned over £20 in Green Stamps for a variety of things – from completing training to off-setting the postage of larger orders.  It all adds up and this is not including the income I make from selling or that I will make from team development.

Would being a Wikaniko Distributor save you money on your regular purchases? Have a look through my website and see.  If so, this alone could be worth your joining up.  Then think if any of your friends or family would buy from you rather than another website or their local supermarket…..  Do you know anyone else who may like to join?   You can see how you can both save and earn without too much effort.

If you would like to know more about this opportunity, please do get in touch.