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Creams for cosmetic jars

Creams for cosmetic jars 

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With the weather turning decidedly autumnal and temperatures dropping, it is inevitable that our skin starts to suffer. Chill winds outdoors combine with the drying effects of central heating at home to really put our skin through its paces at this time of year. Now, more than ever, it is time to take care of our skin with nourishing and hydrating skin care products. As with most things in life, homemade can be far, far better than something bought in a shop, with skincare products no exception. We have talked in previous posts about homemade moisturisers for women; today, we thought we would take a look at how to make a couple of skin care products for men.

Filling your own glass cosmetic jars

The basic principles for homemade cosmetics are, of course, the same for men’s products as for women’s, but the difference lies in the essential oils you choose to scent the products. Most oils that are suitable for women are too floral or delicate to appeal to men, so some experimentation is needed to find a combination that feels masculine without being overpowering. Essential oils that work well for men include sandalwood, bergamot, lemon balm, neroli, sage, eucalyptus, lemon, and juniper berry.

To make an aftershave lotion that will really appeal to men, start with a cup of witch hazel (available from your local pharmacy). Add a teaspoon of glycerin, along with eight drops of lemon oil and four drops of sandalwood oil. Mix the ingredients thoroughly and pour into a spray bottle, ready to spray after shaving. If you prefer, you can pour into a regular cosmetic bottle and simply splash into your hands before applying to your face.

If you prefer a cream rather than a splash-on aftershave, this is also simple to make. Take 25ml of coconut oil, 50ml of shea butter and four drops of essential oils from our suggestions above. Mix well and spoon into cosmetic jars. This cream needs to be stored in the fridge between uses.

Our range of glass cosmetic jars

We have a fantastic range of cosmetic jars and bottles in our online store. From traditional amber cosmetic jars to fancy frosted luxury jars, there is a jar suitable for every lotion and potion. Whilst women generally prefer the Laurence luxury cosmetic jars, our range of amber jars might well appeal more to men, as they have a slightly more functional look that gives them a masculine edge. Take a look at the range today to see which takes your fancy.

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Homemade face creams for cosmetic jars.

Homemade face creams for cosmetic jars.

 Retinoids, coenzyme Q10, hyaluronic acid – the cosmetics industry seems to create a new term each week for the ingredients contained in face creams. These scientific-sounding terms convince us of the benefits of using these creams and switching from our favourite brand; however, take a closer look at the ingredients listed on a jar of moisturiser and you may find quite an alarming number of chemicals, some of which are linked to quite serious potential health issues. There is little wonder that more and more people are thinking twice about the moisturisers and creams they use on their faces and are looking at making their own, natural alternatives.

 Fill your own cosmetic jars

 If you would like to try making your own natural face creams, the first thing you will need is suitable jars. From our simple 15ml clear glass cosmetic jars to the elegant and sophisticated 50ml Laurence frosted luxury jars, we are sure to have something suitable for your cosmetic creations. Whether you want to start with just a small amount of face cream to try out a recipe or you want to prepare a larger amount to last a reasonable time, we have plenty of jars to choose from.

 Face cream recipes for your cosmetic jars

 Whilst the theories expounded by the cosmetic giants are generally true, such as antioxidants helping to slow down the signs of ageing, the chemicals that companies use in their products can be quite surprising. Some of the best antioxidants can be found in simple, natural products; for example, coconut oil is an excellent antioxidant and has been proved to outperform commercial preparations. Try this simple recipe for a natural and effective face cream that will give noticeable results in super-fast time.

 Ingredients:

 60ml almond oil

2 tbsp virgin coconut oil

2 tbsp beeswax

2 tbsp shea butter

1 tsp vitamin E oil

essential oils (if required)

 Method

 Place all the ingredients in a glass jug, then stand the jug in a pan of simmering water. Stir occasionally until all the ingredients have melted completely. Pour into glass cosmetic jars and allow to cool; the cream should become firm. Once cool, put lids on the jars and store in a cool, dark cupboard. Use twice daily after cleansing.

 

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If you have made your own face cream, or any other cosmetics for that matter, we would love to hear from you. Just send us the details, with a photo if possible, to our Twitter or Facebook accounts, and we will be sure to share them with our customers.

 

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Honey for beauty

Honey for beauty 

A jar of pure amber colored local honey glistens in the sun, inside the jar is also a piece of the honeycomb it came from.

Since the earliest civilisations, honey has been used around the world as both a sweetener and an ingredient in medicines and cosmetic preparations. A beehive can produce anything up to 60lb of honey in a season, yet a single bee will produce just one-twelfth of a teaspoon of honey in its lifetime. With such incredible statistics and such health-affirming properties, it is no wonder that honey is so popular. In today’s post, we will avoid talking about how good it is to eat; instead, we will focus on how to use honey in homemade skincare preparations.

Our range of aromatherapy jars

If you would like to try your hand at making your own cosmetics and skincare products, you will need some jars to store them in. We stock a huge range of pharmaceutical jars and aromatherapy jars to suit everything from lip balm to body scrubs. We have amber glass jars, clear jars and frosted jars to give you exactly the finished look you are after. Why not browse through our collection and get set for making your own preparations?

Filling those aromatherapy jars

Honey can be used in so many ways as part of your skincare routine and has almost magical properties when it comes to moisturising and nourishing your skin and nails. Always ensure that you use raw honey in any cosmetic preparations, as processed honey has been pasteurised and much of its natural goodness will have disappeared.

If your nails and cuticles could do with a little TLC, try mixing raw honey with coconut oil and apple cider vinegar in equal parts. The honey will moisturise and nourish the skin, the vinegar will soften any hard skin and the coconut oil will protect and condition your skin, leaving your nails and fingers revitalised and rejuvenated.

Honey also works brilliantly as a facial cleanser and is ideal for all skin types. Here is a recipe for a homemade honey face wash that is quick and easy to prepare:

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75ml raw honey
2 tbsp water
1 tbsp almond oil
10 drops lavender oil
10 drops lemon oil
6 drops geranium oil

Method

– Soften the honey, along with the water, in a saucepan over a very gentle heat.
– Add the essential oils and stir thoroughly to combine.
– Pour into pharmaceutical jars, or a soap dispenser, ready for use.

Always remember to shake this mixture well before use, as the honey tends to sink to the bottom.

If you have your own honey-based cosmetics recipes, why not share them with us via Facebook or Twitter? We would love to hear about them!

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Glass cosmetic jars for homemade face cream

Glass cosmetic jars for homemade face cream

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If you have dry or sensitive skin, you have probably lost count of the various creams and moisturisers you have used over the years and the money you have spent on them. It can be incredibly hard for people with this skin type to find products that work and that don’t make things even worse – even high-end moisturisers and face creams from leading brands can be too harsh for many people and it becomes a long struggle to find something that lives up to its promises. If you recognise this problem, why not have a go at making your own face cream to be 100 per cent in control of what you put on your face?

Filling your own glass cosmetic jars

Making your own face creams is much easier than you might think and you only need a few simple ingredients that can be found readily in most health food shops or chemists. Here is a simple recipe for a dry skin face cream:

Ingredients

120ml olive oil
120ml coconut oil
60ml beeswax pellets (cosmetic grade)
6-10 drops essential oil of your choice

Method

– Put the olive oil, coconut oil and beeswax in a glass bowl or jug and place this in a saucepan of water. Heat the pan very gently, stirring the mixture until it has melted and is fully mixed together.
– Pour away the hot water and add cold water to the pan. Place the bowl back in the pan of water so that the water cools the mixture quickly.
– Add your chosen essential oil to give the cream a pleasant scent.
– Use an electric whisk to whip the mixture into a thick and creamy moisturiser.
– Spoon the mixture into clean cosmetic jars and seal.

As this mixture is so rich and creamy, you only need a very small amount at a time and you need to rub it in well.

Glass cosmetic jars for a professional look 

Jar of white body care cosmetic cream, herbal oil extract bottle, fresh calendula flowers.

Although you have decided to experiment with homemade cosmetics, you still want them to look just as good as shop-bought ones; therefore, choosing the right cosmetic jars is essential. We have an extensive range of cosmetic jars here at Wares to suit all kinds of homemade projects. For the face cream in today’s post, we would recommend either the 100ml Laurence frosted jar or the 250ml clear glass cosmetic jar. The clear jar is simple but stylish, whilst the Laurence jar offers a sophisticated look that will not be out of place alongside all your brand-name cosmetics.

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Cosmetic jar recipes

Cosmetic jar recipes 

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It is fair to say that awareness of the ingredients and additives in the food we buy has increased in recent years. Many of us try to cut down on the amount of processed food that finds its way into our shopping baskets, and we pay a lot more attention to the small print on the back of food packaging so that we are aware of all the additives, sweeteners and ‘flavour enhancers’ present in what we eat. This is a great thing to be doing, but sadly far fewer of us give the same level of attention to the cosmetics we use, although the list of ingredients in these can be just as concerning.

If contents such as dimethicone, magnesium nitrate, disodium EDTA and methylisothiazolinone sound a little too ‘chemical’ and alarming, perhaps it is time to turn to more natural ingredients and make your own cosmetics and bathroom products. In today’s article, we look at a couple of recipes for homemade cosmetics and showcase a few items from our range of cosmetic jars.

Recipes for cosmetic jars

Our eyes, and our eyesight, are so precious to us, yet we routinely apply commercial makeup to them with very little thought as to what is in this makeup. Why not have a go at making your own eye makeup instead, starting with a simple homemade eyeliner? Mix shea butter and coconut oil in equal parts and add half a teaspoon of activated charcoal for a rich, dark eyeliner with no artificial or chemical additives. A 15ml jar would be ideal for this project.

Another simple item to make at home is a coconut hair cream. If you have dull, dry hair, you can give it an amazing shine and all-round deep nourishing with this cream. Mix two parts coconut oil with one part olive oil, then add a few drops of your favourite essential oil. Blend the mixture in an electric blender until it resembles whipped cream, decant into a jar and use regularly. After just a few applications, you will really start to see a difference!

Our range of cosmetic jars

We sell a wide range of cosmetic jars in both clear and amber glass. Our clear cosmetic jars are suitable for products where you need to see the colour of the contents; for example, makeup items such as blusher or eyeliner. The amber jars are more suitable for treatments such as foot scrubs, hand creams and lip salves. From tiny 15ml clear cosmetic jars up to large 500ml jars in both clear and amber glass, we have the perfect jar for every cosmetic preparation.

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Cosmetic Creations for Cosmetic Jars

Cosmetic Jars and creations to go in them.

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If making your own jams, pickles and preserves and canning your own fruit and vegetables is part of a drive towards self-sufficiency and a back-to-basics yearning for less consumerism in your life, why not look into making your own cosmetics and toiletries? With a few simple and natural ingredients and some suitable jars, you could soon rustle up your own cleansing lotion, moisturiser, hand cream, foot lotion, body scrub and more. Today, we are going to focus on just one of these to show you how easy it is to make your own. Once you have tried this peppermint foot lotion recipe, you will never want to use a shop-bought alternative again and will find yourself inspired to fill more of our amber glass jars with your homemade creations.

 Choosing your cosmetic jars

 Whatever type of homemade cosmetics you plan to make, you will need a supply of jars. Here at Wares of Knutsford, we offer an extensive range of jars suitable for all types of homemade creams and potions. Our amber glass jars are especially popular for making your own cosmetics and come in a wide range of shapes and sizes to suit every application. For the peppermint foot lotion we are talking about today, we recommend the 120ml amber glass jar.

 Peppermint foot lotion

 For this recipe, you will need:

60ml shea butter

60ml coconut oil

2 tbsp olive oil

12-15 drops peppermint essential oil

 Here are the simple steps you need to take to make this lotion:

 –Put the butter and coconut oil in a glass bowl and melt the ingredients over a pan of water on a gentle heat.

– Once melted, add the olive oil and leave to cool slightly.

– Stir in the essential oil and then whisk vigorously until the mixture is creamy.

– Transfer the mixture into your amber glass jars and store in a warm place.

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 After a long day at work, or out in the garden, your feet can be in need of some TLC, with this foot lotion just the ticket. It will soothe tired feet and moisturise the skin beautifully, leaving your tootsies in tip-top condition. As this recipe is so simple, it is also perfect for showing beginners just how easy homemade cosmetics can be. Once you have had a go at this recipe, you will be keen to try something more adventurous; in no time at all, your bathroom cupboards will be stocked with gorgeous, natural products that you made yourself. Knowing you have made your cosmetics yourself is enough to make you feel better on its own!

 

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Amber Glass Jars: A History

Amber Glass Jars: A History 

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Ever since we started using plants and herbs to create medicinal potions and remedies, we have needed a safe and reliable way to store those liquids. It wasn’t until the late 1600s, however, that glass jars became popular for this purpose, as before that time, medicines had largely been stored in ceramic vessels. By the late 1700s, glass jars had all but replaced ceramic containers for holding medicines, as they were thought to be more ‘inactive’ than ceramic vessels.

Why Amber Glass Jars?

It was quickly deduced though, that to store medicines effectively in glass jars, the glass needed to be coloured in order to prevent it being affected by light. It was believed that black glass jars would be most effective for this purpose, but this colour had the disadvantage that you could not see the contents through the glass. Blue, green and purple glass jars all became widely used, but research found that red glass was actually the most effective colour for storing liquids. Red glass, however, was and remains very costly to produce, since it involves adding gold to the glass to produce the red colour. By the turn of the 20th century, amber had become the dominant colour for medicinal bottles and jars, as it was inexpensive to produce and gave the best light protection for the contents of the jar or bottle.

The shapes and design of medicinal bottles and jars is as fascinating as their colours. Back in the 1800s, when many people were more or less illiterate, a system was needed that could alert people to the fact that a bottle or jar contained poison. This is why poison was stored in blue jars and bottles, and why, eventually, legislation was introduced to make it compulsory for bottles containing poison also to have a ribbed design.

Amber Glass Jars Today

Today, amber glass bottles and jars are still used for medicines, essential oils and cosmetics. The colour and shape of the container still carries a clear indication of what might be contained inside the bottle or jar. Here at Wares, we stock a comprehensive range of amber glass bottles and jars for use with homemade infused oils, cosmetics and creams. Whether you want to make your own foot balm, face cream or an all-natural herbal cold remedy, using one of our amber jars or bottles will make it really look the part, and will also give you the reassurance that other family members will treat the contents respectfully. Check out our range today, to find the perfect jars and bottles for your next homemade project.

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Cosmetic Jars and their many uses

Cosmetic jars and their many uses

If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to make more homemade items, have you considered replacing shop-bought cosmetics with homemade alternatives? In addition to potentially saving lots of money, you can create unique products tailored to your exact requirements, cutting your carbon footprint in the process by reducing the number of manufactured products you buy. Read on for some smart ideas on homemade cosmetics and the jars we stock that are perfect to put them in.

 Small cosmetic jars

 With winter weather coming at us from all angles, now is the time to protect our skin, lips and hands with balms and creams. Peppermint lip balm is easy to make, using beeswax, coconut oil, shea butter and peppermint oil. Simply melt all the ingredients, then add the essential oil and pour immediately into our 5ml lip salve jar. Hey presto, you have made your own soothing lip balm in no time at all.

 It is a little more complicated to make your own foundation or blusher, as you will need to experiment to get the exact shade you require. With a little patience, however, you can come up with a homemade product that is every bit as good as a store-bought item and has far less chemical additives. Our 50ml Laurence frosted cosmetic jar would work perfectly here, as would any similarly-sized clear cosmetic jar.

 Large cosmetic jars

 When it comes to bath salts and body scrubs, larger jars are more suitable. Homemade bath salts can be very pretty and our 500ml clear cosmetic jar allows your creative endeavours to be admired. Mix coarse sea salt, Epsom salt and baking soda to form the bulk of the bath salts, then add essential oils to make your chosen fragrance and a drop of food colouring to make it look pretty. Check online for specific quantities and suggested ‘recipes’, or experiment to find the perfect blend.

 There are also plenty of ideas available online for homemade ointments. With ointments and creams to treat everything from eczema and dry skin to burns and stings, a little online research and some common sense will help you to create your own soothing balms and potions for quite a few minor medical treatments. Our amber glass jars might be more appropriate for homemade ointments and balms, as they instantly indicate that the contents are more medicine than makeup

Jar of white body care cosmetic cream, herbal oil extract bottle, fresh calendula flowers.

Discover our range of cosmetic jars!

If we have given you food for thought where homemade cosmetics and ointments are concerned, check out our range of jars today and give it a go.

 

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Reusing Cosmetic Jars

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Reusing your cosmetic jars

 We recently wrote about making homemade face creams and showcased our gorgeous range of cosmetics jars to use for this type of project. Making your own cosmetics is a great way to do something positive for the environment and you can even take things one step further by reusing your cosmetics jars once you have finished with them. You might want to make another batch of homemade face cream, of course, but here are some alternative uses.

 Creative ways to reuse your cosmetic jars

 The first thing to remember with used cosmetics jars is that they are containers! Think of the clutter in your house and you will soon find a use for that small glass cosmetic jar you have just emptied. Spray paint the outside and then use the jar to store earrings, hairgrips or even false nails! Alternatively, glue a small magnet to the lid and fix it to the fridge – hey presto, you have a tiny screw-on container. If you decorate the jar with a photo in the base, you will have a totally unique fridge magnet.

 One of our favourite craft ideas for these jars is to create a miniature sewing kit. How many times have you been caught out by a button coming off your coat or the hem on your skirt coming undone? With a handy little sewing kit in your bag, you could fix the problem no matter where you are! We promise – once you have tried this idea, you will never be without a little sewing kit for emergencies!

 If your desk looks a complete mess, why not reuse some of these jars to get yourself organised? Store paper clips, drawing pins and loose change in separate jars and add a 1lb jam jar as a pencil pot. Leave them plain for a vintage thrift look or decorate with pictures cut from magazines and glued onto the sides.

 

One final idea is to use these jars as tealight holders. Again, you can leave them plain or spray paint them in different colours for a rainbow effect.

 Cosmetic jars in all shapes and sizes

 Our cosmetic jar range includes jars in a variety of sizes and colours. From a simple clear glass cosmetic jar to a traditional smoked glass ointment jar, there is a jar to suit all requirements. Why not browse the range today to see whether you are tempted into the world of homemade cosmetics? Once you have used your jars, you might also be tempted to reuse them creatively with one or more of the ideas we have suggested.

 

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Homemade face creams in cosmetic jars

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Homemade face creams in cosmetic jars

It is hard to switch on the TV without coming across another advert for a face cream, making wild claims about the rejuvenating properties of the cream and glossing it with talk of miracle ingredients with unpronounceable names. Taking a closer look at the ingredients list and the price tag is a good incentive to think about making your own unique face creams to put you 100 per cent in control of the ingredients you add to that clear glass cosmetic jar. Here we take a look at a simple homemade face cream recipe to get you started.

Fill those cosmetic jars

Before you embark on creating your very first homemade face cream, don’t forget that you will need jars to store it in. We have a range of suitable jars, from our 15ml clear glass cosmetic jar up to a 500ml jar. Our Laurence frosted jars are every inch as stylish as shop-bought cosmetics; therefore, there is no need to compromise on looks.

Ingredients

¼ cup cocoa butter
7 tbsp almond oil
4 tbsp shea butter
1 tbsp beeswax
½ cup aloe vera gel
½ cup hydrosol (floral water) or distilled water ½ tsp vitamin E oil
6 drops essential oils to suit your own tastes

Method

– Sterilise the jars.

– Melt the cocoa butter, shea butter and beeswax in a bowl over a pan of boiling water.

– Separately, combine the aloe vera gel with the hydrosol. You can use distilled water rather than hydrosol if preferred.

– When the oils have melted, pour them into a bowl with the almond oil and blend well using a mixer or blender. Slowly pour in the aloe and water mix, continuing to blend thoroughly until the mixture becomes thick and creamy. Add the vitamin E oil and essential oils, ensuring they are mixed thoroughly.

– Pour the cream into the sterilised jars and seal with the lids. Any cream not likely to be used within one month should be stored in the fridge, where it will keep for up to six months.

The essential oils you use for this face cream can be varied to suit your own tastes. Orange and lemongrass give a fresh, zesty scent, whilst frankincense will add a deeper, more opulent note. Experiment to find what suits you best.

More ideas for cosmetic jars

Once the homemade cosmetics bug bites, it will be hard to stop; for example, you can also try homemade hand creams and body scrubs. Soon you will be ditching those expensive high street brands in favour of your own unique skincare range.

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Small Blue Glass Bottles

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Glass bottles are available in a huge choice of colours and styles with blue being among the most popular. Pale blue bottles have a fresh, pretty feel whilst darker blue glass is perfect for when you want to make a bold statement.

Using small blue glass bottles in aromatherapy

Small blue glass bottles have long been associated with medicines and healthcare products, with dark glass vials traditionally used by apothecaries and pharmacists for the storing of custom-blended tinctures. This idea is still popular today and this type of small blue bottle is frequently used for essential oils. Aromatherapy is the practice of using these highly concentrated plant oils to improve health and wellness. For example, lavender oil is regarded as having a relaxing, calming effect whilst eucalyptus can be beneficial for clearing congestion if you are suffering from a cold. The oils are extremely potent in their distilled form and so are usually either diluted in water, for example in the bath, or blended with carriers oils such as almond for a less concentrated effect. Storing these oils in dark bottles prevents them losing concentration due to exposure to sunlight. Small 10ml bottles are ideal for the individual oils themselves, whilst larger 50ml bottles are extremely useful for storing mixtures or oils that have already been blended with carrier oils.

Other uses for small blue glass bottles

These appealing bottles can also be used for a number of other purposes around the home. Rectangular blue bottles with corks resemble old-fashioned pharmacy flasks and make unusual containers for bath salts or bubble bath. They look fabulous on a shelf or windowsill and will complement many bathroom colour schemes perfectly. Larger blue glass bottles are also extremely useful in the kitchen. Fill them with oil and vinegar and keep on the dining table as eye-catching condiment containers. Kilner clip top bottles have a charming vintage feel and make lovely presentation bottles for homemade cordials or lemonade. Alternatively use them as stylish water bottles when hosting a dinner party. Smaller versions make pretty wedding favours and add a quirky touch to a retro-themed wedding.

From shimmering pale turquoise to the deepest dramatic cobalt, blue glass bottles are an attractive addition to your home. Whether you are looking for a small blue bottle for your essential oils or larger ones for other beauty products, you are sure to find the right bottles at Wares.

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Amber Glass Bottles Wholesale

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At Wares we have a huge selection of amber jars and bottles available for a wide range of uses. Purchasing amber bottles wholesale can be an extremely cost-effective option if you require a large number of containers.

Why use amber glass bottles?

Amber glass has a number of benefits that make it a great choice for all your bottling needs. Many food and cosmetic products can be affected not only by exposure to air, but also to sunlight. UV rays from the sun are not just potentially harmful to skin but can also alter the chemical composition of a variety of products. This can affect taste and appearance, even if the items are kept away from direct sunlight. Ambient and fluorescent light can also lead to photo-oxidation or light damage. Amber glass filters out the UV rays, protecting your food and cosmetics from exposure and extending the shelf-life of these products. Many medicines are stored in amber glass bottles for this reason. Amber or brown glass is also traditionally used in when bottling beer. Using stoppered swing top bottles or those sealed with metal crown lids will not only give your homebrew a charming old-fashioned look but will also protect it from possible alterations to the flavour due to photochemistry.

Amber glass bottles for cosmetics

One of the most common uses for amber glass is in the packaging of cosmetics and aromatherapy products. Many of these use essential oils which are profoundly affected by exposure to sunlight and can easily lose efficacy. In addition, using glass minimises the risk of potentially harmful chemicals from plastic containers seeping into the products. Small 20ml amber glass bottles are perfect for storing precious essential oils. Those incorporating a dropper with a glass pipette and rubber are ideal for accurate measuring of the oils for aromatherapy treatments. Larger lotion or medicine bottles are a fantastic option for the safe storage of oils such as sweet almond, used as a carrier oil for a variety of skin treatments. Large 500ml screw top cosmetic jars are useful for face creams or body moisturisers whilst miniature 30ml amber jars are perfect for lip balms.

In addition to being tough and reusable, amber glass is perfect for protecting consumables and cosmetic products that might otherwise be damaged or impaired by exposure to excessive sunlight. Purchase amber bottles wholesale for a great value solution to your glass container requirements.

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