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Essential Oil Containers, Labels, and Supplies

Waterproof Essential Oils & Bottles Labels

I’ve purchased these Waterproof Essential Oils & Bottles Labels and these Flower Sticker Labels for the jars holding my homemade deodorant and essential oil combinations. I find that the labels don’t always stick securely to the glass and I have to smooth them down to stay on. Sometimes I have to use tape to keep the labels securely fastened and so that the oil doesn’t affect the stickiness.

Clear and Cobalt Glass Straight Sided Jar Set of 12

I purchased these Clear and Cobalt Glass Straight Sided Jar Set of 12 to give away samples of my homemade all-natural deodorant. Half are clear glass and half are cobalt blue glass. While they weren’t packed as well as I would have expected in their box they were all in one piece when I received them. They come with round silver labels to place on the lids as needed to identify what’s in the jar. It came with a tiny spatula, which I have already lost. These are great jars for crafting or for making homemade concoctions in.

Lip Balm Containers

This 60-pack of plastic containers are great for making DIY lip balm like this Chocolate Citrus DIY Lip Balm Recipe.  Each container is individually wrapped to keep them from being scratched or damaged.  They hold 5 grams of whatever you’re putting in them.  They can even be used for jewelry, eye shadow, nail powders, and craft items like glitter.  I used these 1 oz jars when I give away my homemade deodorant and I used these labels or these other labels.

Roller Ball Bottles

Another great buy for the DYIer are these frosted blue 6-count essential oil roller bottles.  These bottles are a must-have for any oily person.  Roller bottles allow for mixing essential oil combinations along with oil to dilute the oil and prevent waste.  These 10 ml bottles are glass with metal roller balls, which won’t rust.  I’ve found that the plastic roller balls just don’t work as effectively as the metal ones.  These are great bottles to use to share oils with friends and family.

Mini Bottles

There are lots of options for bottles.  I like these tiny bottles for sharing oils as well.  They come with orifice reducers to prevent spilling and allowing for individual drops.  They make them in mini dropper bottles as well.

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Orifice Reducer Removal Key

An absolute must-have for the essential oil user is a key.  These metal essential oil key tools are the best that I’ve seen.  Plastic keys are ok but they bend.  The metal key is invaluable.  They help remove orifice reducers, roller balls, and caps without a lot of muscle.

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Carrier Oils

There are many options for diluting oils.  There are generally accepted oils for use.  One of the first oils that I used was fractionated coconut oil.  This oil doesn’t solidify like pure coconut oil does.  Viva Labs Fractionated Coconut Oil comes with a pump – a big plus.  Majestic Pure Fractionated Coconut Oil has a pump as well.  100% Pure Fractionated Coconut Oil by Yitshar comes in an amber glass bottle.  Pure Body Naturals Fractionated Coconut Oil has a pump too.

Coconut oil isn’t the only game in town though.  There’s certified-organic Eden’s Semilla 100% Pure Jojoba Oil with a dropper top.  It’s great for healthy skin, nails, and hair.  They also offer a 100% Natural Vitamin E Oil blend with Organic Rosehip and Jojoba Oils.  This oil is good for use on the face and for sensitive skin.

Finally, another option is almond oil.  Piping Rock offers their rich Sweet Almond Oil in a squeeze-top bottle.  Simply Earth’s 100% Pure Sweet Almond Oil is another oil option.

If you’re interested in other Essential Oil Supplies just search the link and have fun.  And if you’re looking for quality essential oils, check out this post for 100% pure, therapeutic essential oils and all-natural personal and cleaning products.  

 

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