It really depends on whether customs decide to charge you. I've only ever been stung by them twice and both those times they were art materials and were quite big packages and about $150 in value. Technically speaking they can charge you if they bother. It's just whether you want to rake the risk but if they charge you it depends what classification it comes under and then they charge VAT and some kind of import tax I think but the VAT is the main charge. For fragrances they've never bothered me and I've had stuff come from USA and Canada without any problems from parfumebay, ebay, fragrancehut etc. I've noticed these charges may come if you ship by FedEx or UPS rather than USPS (us postal service). Infact once UPS or FedEx (cant remember which) sent me a baliffs letter because I didnt' pay their fees. Not surprising considering they never sent me a bill so I never knew of any charges (that was for art supplies) Its whether you want to take the risk.