What Are Dropper Bottles Used For?

What Are Dropper Bottles Used For?

Dropper bottles are little glass bottles that allow for the user to dispense liquids drop for drop, as to use the exact right amount. This can be done with either a pipette or a dropper cap. This makes dropper bottles ideal for storing products like essential oils in. Dropper bottles are mainly used for products like homeopathic products, tinctures, skincare, lotions, oils, creams, gels, serums, primers, make-up and much more. These bottles are mainly used for pharmaceutical and cosmetic purposes, but could also be used in, for example, your kitchen. For the real cooking fanatic, different culinary oils and other products can be stored in dropper bottles.

Why use dropper bottles?

There are a couple of reasons to use dropper bottles for storing certain liquids. One such reason is that dropper bottles are easy to use and by using them to store an oil, you can easily dispense small doses of the oil into anything. A second reason is that, being made of glass, they are easily reusable. Just clean them well and you can put a different liquid in. Another reason to use them is because they are much more environmentally friendly than, for example, a plastic bottle. By using glass bottles, jars and other containers, you are actively reducing your carbon footprint.

Packaging your products

When packaging your all natural products to sell to customers, you, of course, want to use all natural packaging as well. After all, packaging a natural made product in plastic is a bit redundant. When the products you’re selling are completely environmentally friendly, including the packaging that they come in, that makes them a lot more attractive to a large demographic of people. Due to the current popularity of making environmentally aware choices, you can save the planet whilst gaining customers. This means that by selling your products in glass dropper bottles, you are doing both the planet and your business a great favour.

Reuse or recycle your containers

Not everyone likes to reuse things, for one reason or the other, but even if you don’t reuse your glass containers, you can still recycle them. Whichever option you go for, just make sure that you clean out the empty bottles, jars or other containers well. Especially if you’re using an old essential oil bottle for in the kitchen, because you’ll really want to avoid ingesting any of the essential oil. By either reusing or recycling your glass containers, you are therefore reducing plastic waste in your household.

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