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Ew, plastic.

A few years ago, I made the switch from plastic bottles and jars to glass. At the time, this was a big expense for my small business, but it was necessary to ensure a pure, quality product. I only want the very best for your skin.

Here's why:

All-natural, baby.

Glass comes from the earth, primarily sand, meaning it is natural. Unlike plastic, glass does not contain any toxins, chemicals, or additives that could harm the contents of the bottle. You should know every single ingredient you are applying to your skin, and chemicals with nasty names definitely don't belong there.

Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.

I know I know, it's a cliche. But it's true. Very few plastics can actually be recycled in the U.S. so it ends up in our landfills and oceans. Glass can be recycled, melted down, and used over and over again. We love a green environment! After you've finished one of our products, you can return the bottle to us to be sanitized and used again.

The Perfect Home.

"Potency of essential oils is preserved with glass. Essential oils are known for their concentrated compounds and can stay fresh for long periods of time when stored correctly. Glass gives the perfect environment for keeping essential oils protected from oxygen, a property that is deadly to this substance." SOURCE

That's a lot of jargon that basically boils down to this: those tiny bottles of pure therapeutic grade essential oils pack a big punch. They are potent and require a specific environment to maintain quality, and we'll only use the best for your skincare products!

It's Just Prettier.

Glass is just prettier than plastic. There! I said it. There's just something about holding a beautiful glass bottle in your hand that tells you you've made the right skincare choice. Our products should make you feel luxurious and cared for, and we want you to feel that from the very first touch.

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