Our wide range of glass bottles, glass jars and aluminium tins are available to purchase as single units, or in bulk.
Why we love them: beautiful and practical, whether you’re blending oils or serums, creams, lotions or balms, sprays or mists, washes for face, body or hair, there’s an ideal packaging solution for any need or occasion. Glass bottles and jars and aluminium tins can be reused and repurposed in all sorts of creative ways. Glass is also infinitely recyclable. Any plastic parts are made of pharmaceutical grade LDPE.
Glass containers in cobalt blue offer medium UV protection for beauty, food, beverage and essential oil products with sensitivity to light
Comes with nasal spray topper designed for easy and effective product application within the nasal cavities
Add a cup (about 200ml) of distilled water to a clean container (you can use tap water, but only if you boil it first to sterilize it, and then let it cool).
Add 1/2 tsp (2.5 g) salt to the water
Add 1/2 tsp (2.5 g) baking soda to the water
Once the solution has cooled to room temperature, it's ready to use. Fill a nasal spray bottle with the solution, then pour the rest into a covered container and refrigerate it
Don't keep any unused solution for more than two days, just make a new batch when necessary.
Use the nasal solution whenever you feel congested. The small bottle will make it easy to carry around in your pocket or purse. The nasal spray should loosen up the nasal secretions blocking up your nose. Blow your nose after using the nasal spray to remove the blockage
Saline nose spray is also popular as a treatment for allergies and studies suggests this cheap, simple solution helps with severe nosebleeds, too.