Unfortunately, we can no longer ship to Central, and South American countries (including Brazil) as these are not shipping friendly countries for international shipments. 

Typically, import fees are paid up front as part of your shipping costs. These include the following countries and regions, The United States, Canada, Members of the European Union, China, Australia and New Zealand. However, there are countries where regulations prevent advance payment by a third party, and you may be responsible to pay customs taxes directly.**

**These countries include but are not limited to the following: Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Burkina Faso, Faroe Islands, Iceland Indonesia, Israel, Japan, Korea, Kosovo, Kuwait, Macedonia, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Niger, Norway, Pakistan, Portugal, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom. Due to the variety of different ways that countries handle import fees, all customers are responsible for knowing what import fees they may be required to pay, and you order at your own risk, not ours. We have asked the warehouses we contract to provide the correct information on customs forms, however customers will still be responsible for any fees charged by their country, even if the custom's form was filled out incorrectly by the warehouse. If delivery is refused by the customer you may be forfeiting your order if it isn't returned back to us. If we do receive the shipment back, the customer will need to re-pay the shipping costs to have it re-shipped.