Hazardous Items

Many products are considered to be HAZARDOUS and may be restricted or prohibited for transportation, International Air Transport Association. Whether or not we are able to ship DANGEROUS ITEMS B AND H TROPICALS suggest that you ask your supplier to provide a MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS) to ensure that the ingredients contained in your items are safe. If an item is considered to be DANGEROUS we may not be able to ship this item or return it to its local origin. 

The following list, though not thorough, includes items considered to be HAZARDOUS OR DANGEROUS. We may be able to ship restricted products upon approval from the IATA and FAA. We strongly advise that if you are unsure if your products may be considered HAZMAT or DANGEROUS that you call our office for clarification. 



Cologne, Nail Polish, Air Freshners, Shaving Cream & Gel,

Perfumes, Mouthwash,   Spray, Deodorants, Hair Regrowth Treatment

Aftershave , Hairspray, Spray Sunblock, Spray Bug repellent


Some other restricted / prohibited items which may include the following:

Spray Paint; 

Equipment with gas powered engines; 

Paint & other coatings


Auto Air Bags; 

Automotive or similar type batteries


Seatbelt pretensioners  

Auto Shocks & Struts

Items in AEROSOL CANS/ or CONTENTS UNDER PRESSURE whether Flammable or not

Flammable liquids; Flammable solids; Oxidizers; Corrosives

Counterfeit, Bootlegged or Pirated Items


Firearms, Weaponry and Military / Tactical Equipment

Pornographic Material. 


Other PROHIBITED items include:

Liquor, Pepper Spray, Tear Gas, Lighters, Ammunition

Hazardous items are defined as any substance or material which could adversely affect the safety of the public, handlers or carriers during transportation. The FAA and ICAO strictly enforce the law under Hazardous Regulations (49 CFR parts 171-180), and violations can carry a penalty of USD $25,000 – USD$500,000 and/or 5 years in prison per violation.