5 Best Glass Bottles for Cosmetics | Infinity Jars
Which bottles are the best for homemade and store-bought cosmetics? Find out here! Get descriptions of each bottle, as well as tips on how they can be best used do you can enjoy their full benefits.
It doesn’t matter whether you like making your own cosmetics or you just want to store your high-quality products in high-quality containers. Great glass containers are underrated, and we often settle for less when we can have more. After all, many of us don’t really give much thought about the quality of the containers we use. As long as it looks nice, looks durable, and does the job, what else is there to think about?
A lot more. For example, organic and natural products are best served by jars and bottles made of ultraviolet glass. Ultraviolet glass prevents the damage and degradation caused by visible light rays. However, it lets ultraviolet light in, which can help nourish the contents and extend their shelf life. That’s quite a lot to consider, but you don’t have to look far to find bottles that meet your criteria.
Each jar and bottle in Infinity Jars is made of durable and lab-tested ultraviolet glass. Whichever kind of bottle you use, you’ll surely get a lot of use out of it as well as its contents.
Which Bottles are Best for Cosmetics?
Not every bottle in Infinity Jars is the same. They come in various sizes and shapes, and they have various functions as well. Each bottle is best suited for certain jobs, but what they all have in common is that they all do the job well.
1. The Push Pump Bottle
One advantage that push pump bottles may have is that it can be easier to use than bottles with screw-off caps. At times when your hands are oily, sudsy, or wet, screwing off a cap or handling a glass bottle can end up being disastrous. However, push pumps make it easier to get product out of bottles without much trouble.
A push pump bottle is also versatile and can store so many kinds of products. It can store lotions, shampoo, conditioner, facial wash, massage oil blends, moisturizer, and even some homemade cosmetics. You can store products that can quite literally benefit you from head to toe.
2. The Fine Mist Spray Bottle
Spray bottles can sometimes be underestimated. It can do far more than store perfumes and other predictable kinds of products. The great thing about spray bottles is that they can cover larger areas without the need for spreading product with your fingers. This can help you make sure that you’ll use only as much product as you need, and not any more or less.
Spray bottles can only store non-viscous liquids, but that doesn’t mean that there is a limited number of products that spray bottles can store. Aside from perfume, spray bottles can also handle conditioner, makeup setting spray, toner, liquid moisturizer, and even aromatherapy sprays.
3. The Glass Roller Bottle
Roller bottles, like spray bottles, can help you out with the mess-free application of products. The roller applicator keeps the product from spilling out, and you can apply as little or as much as you want with no trouble. Roller bottles also enable you to apply product over the exact area of skin you want to cover, which is an advantage over the spray bottle.
This is a type of bottle that can be fun to experiment with. You can use it for the storage and application of essential oils, massage oil blends, perfume, aftershave, and moisturizer. A roller bottle can be amazing for aromatherapy, especially for those who are always on the go and are looking for a mess-free way to apply essential oils.
4. The Screw Top Jar
One thing’s for sure: you’ll definitely find a use for screw top jars of all sizes and shapes. You can have tall jars, or the wider and flatter ones that are more commonly used in cosmetics. Screw top jars are a great addition to your vanity table or your bathroom counter, and whichever one you use, you’ll definitely find a place for it in your home and everyday routine.
Screw top jars are quite versatile. You can store creams, lotions, body butters, body scrubs, balms, hair styling products, and bath products. Screw top jars are pretty straightforward to use, and they can keep their contents safe and secure.
5. The Dropper Bottle
As children, we may have associates dropper bottles with medicine and those eye drops our grandparents used a lot. However, dropper bottles also work well in cosmetics, especially for people who make their own DIY products. Dropper bottles help control the amount of liquid you use and add into something else.
These bottles are great for essential oils, extracts, shaving oil, serums, scents, eau de toilette, and more. What’s more, dropper bottles are versatile as well, and you can store almost any kind of liquid in them. You may even soon realize that you’ve been using dropper bottles a lot in your everyday life.
How Infinity Jars Can Help You
Infinity Jars has each kind of bottle in this list. You’ll find these bottles in various sizes to fit your every need. Plus, you can also look around and find other kinds of jars and bottles that can help you with other needs you may have. From dainty 5-ml bottles to whopping 2-liter apothecary jars, there’s definitely something for you here.