Best refillable cosmetic containers according to redditors

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u/CrystalElyse · 44 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

It's not the greatest routine, but what if you kept makeup removing wipes and a travel size moisturizer in your bag? You might even be able to manage a travel size cleanser. Or just depot a few "must haves" into mini containers.

u/Ellieissokay · 33 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Airless pump bottles. I transfer all of my jars to them reguardless.. I hate exposing the product to open air daily, and these also scrape the tube clean on the way up. I have indeed dropped them, they're durable enough. Highly reccomend.

u/theslitherwizard · 27 pointsr/MakeupAddiction
u/jcirque · 26 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

The spray bottle in the first picture is a flairosol (wow they are cool) that I filled with aloe vera juice, rosewater, and glycerine.

And no, those are not a new type of packaging for the ordinary. I do totally think they should adopt my idea, but they're just airless pumps purchased from Amazon that I filled with ordinary serums and transferred the label to.

I have generally oily skin.

Edit: Not pictured: CosRx low pH gel cleanser, LRP Toleriane hydrating cleanser, TO 30% peel, and CosRx AHA/BHA toner. They all live in my shower caddy.

Edit 2: here is a link to Amazon for the airless pumps: White Airless Vacuum Pump Travel Bottles Refillable- 1 oz (Set of 6)

Edit 3: here is my skincare routine. It is in order of product layering, lightest/water based followed by heavier/oil based products. I don't actually look at that though. I have it memorized.

u/miscakes · 22 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I was feeling gross about always putting my hands/the tiny spatula into my giant tub of AIO Snail goo, so I got this pump. Took a while to load up, but I'm excited to have a more sanitary way to dispense my beloved!

u/lenduuh · 17 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

I absolute love my Neutrogena Healthy Skin in Natural Beige (60) but that no-pump situation has made my life so messy. Like, the last straw was pouring a good 10% of the foundation on my mixing plate and then I lost it. I got this airless pump on Amazon the best thing about it it's that it is reusable, so I'm totally putting my Maybelline Matte & Poreless next.

I am going to be more inclined to buy pump-less foundations in the future because now my messy ass cannot pour foundation all over my vanity.

Has anyone else done this for their pump-less foundations?

u/Gulistan_ · 15 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Buy a travel set like you see in the link. Available everywhere I think. Pour the stuff you wanna take with you in an appropriate jar/bottle and have a great travel!

u/elsee28 · 14 pointsr/BuyItForLife

I'm a fan of GoToobs.

They are silicone and the rotating collar reveals the product type.

My ma got knock offs at Target (I think) but can't confirm their BITL status.


u/_youngdeezy_ · 14 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

I've found that the easiest method is to take some cosmetic jars or other tiny containers (you can find them at Target, or use sample containers from Sephora or Ulta) and use one for light foundation and one for dark foundation. Not only are you bringing much smaller quantities, but you can mix them for a whole range of shades!

u/shockingmuffin · 13 pointsr/muacjdiscussion

I've broken the pump on my Fenty foundation, so I got a foundation bottle on Amazon to decant it into.

For lipstick, I've seen people melt them down into new containers and apply with a lip brush. Safiya did a video or two reforming lipstick bits into a whole new Franken-shade with a lipstick mould and new lipstick tube.

u/LilKaylie · 10 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Not a product but I recommend these plastic eye droppers for liquids/serums. I have the 30ml size, which looks like it's currently out of stock. I also use airless pump bottles for my cream/gels. Note: I just realized the airless pump bottles are not currently available on Amazon.)


I transfer all my skincare into their respective containers right away just because I have a habit of dropping things like the glass bottles and some skincare items are pricey so I don't want to lose them due to being accident prone. I can also save shelf space since my medicine cabinet won't accommodate the size of things like my Hada Labo Hyaluronic Lotion Moist or Cosrx Advanced Snail 96 Mucin Power Essence. Now I can keep the larger bottles in a drawer/closet and keep the smaller items on the shelf. When it's time to travel I already have them in acceptable sized containers so I just toss them into the bag and I'm ready to go.

Edit: Added airless pump bottles not available :(

u/kinezumi89 · 9 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Nail pens

Pure jojoba oil

I follow Simply Nailogical on youtube and she made a video on how to grow your nails long. That may or may not apply to you, but her tips are good for nail health in general. She recommends jojoba oil to put in the pens. They are refillable, though some people in the reviews can't seem to figure it out lol.

I keep one in my purse and one at my desk, and try to apply whenever I can remember. I brush the oil on my cuticles, the skin around my nails, along the sides of my nails (between the nail and the skin), and underneath my nails, because I 99% of the time have polish on lol. But when I've removed my polish, I apply to the whole nail too.

Hope this helps!

u/sassy-blue · 8 pointsr/HerOneBag

Subscribing for other tips. I travel a bit for work so here are some tricks I use:

Pack a travel microfiber towel-you can get these hand towel sized and they do a wonderful job drying my hair. You might run into issues with size if your hair is super long (mine is just past shoulder length and this towel gets me by). and they dry super fast and pack small.

You can buy a collapsible travel diffuser. I love this one and use it for both home and travel. It collapses up well and is lightweight.

When my hair routine once required more products than I currently use, I would actually mix them in travel containers in the ratio I applied them to my hair. It reduced the number of containers needed. (i.e. 2 different kinds of gels or a gel and a cream). It got me by on trips, not but wasn't ideal for everyday.

Look into 1 oz travel containers like this set:

Also I've found that TSA approved clear bags pack more stuff better than a ziplock quart bag.

I use ACV for other skin care needs, so I pack a 3 oz bottle which can double as a cleansing agent when I'm on the go. This was I can get by without my deva curl build up buster for a week or two.

If you are looking to save space on liquids, look into leaving other non-hair products at home (hotel shower gel works just fine) or investing in solid bars for other products (face wash and body soap).

A silk scarf that can be used at night and double as an accessory during the day.

u/dinning_room_hobo · 8 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

It is only as dangerous as the tools you are using. I advocate using oral syringes to administer nicotine. Here is a link to 1ml oral syringes on amazon

With this syringe and a good glass bottle like this I see no reason people can't take on 100mg nicotine as long as they use gloves.

u/Psychonauti · 8 pointsr/shrooms

Try making sure you have your SGFC raised off of the ground by a few inches. Have at least 4 or 5 inches of soaked perlite. Buy a spray mister for less than 9 bucks on amazon like this one:

Mist and fan a few times a day until pins form. After pins form, cut way back on misting and fanning. Maybe mist once a day or even two. Fan a couple times a day. They tend to do well with some C02 buildup.

u/honey_tar0t · 8 pointsr/Indiemakeupandmore

Thank you! I found them on amazon and you get 50 5g jars which is about the perfect size for the samples. I don’t fill them all the way with wax though so they smell very strong.

amazon link to vials

u/PM_ME_YOUR_MONITORS · 8 pointsr/AsianBeauty
u/iranintoavan · 7 pointsr/Coffee

Yes, there are. I had a Baratza Encore and had a similar problem where it would always leave some grinds all over the place. Since I upgraded to a Baratza Vario I no longer have the problem.

I do have something that will help you without buying a new grinder.

Get one of these small mist bottles.

Fill it with water.

Give your beans a couple quick sprays before you throw them in the grinder. Don't soak them or anything just a couple sprays so they have a little mist on them. It will almost completely eliminate any static or stuck grinds.

u/alaskabrown · 7 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Sample containers:
The bottles with the green flip-caps are from Amazon (~0.5oz/15mL each, $21.99 for 36).
The little pots with screw-on lids are also from Amazon (3mL each, $7.99 for 50). I wound up making 2 pots for each sample because they were a little smaller than I had imagined (Starfish Lord, grant me the presence of mind to look at dimensions before ordering things), so next time I might get these slightly bigger ones (5mL each, $10.00 for 50).

Decanting supplies:
I used these plastic transfer pipettes (3mL, $4.50 for 100) to decant anything that I could suck up with them.
Anything in a pot was decanted using these wooden spatulas ($22.98 for 500); I put 2-3 in with each potted sample and kept the rest for myself. (Forgive me, my Spiny-Skinned Savior, for lacking the diligence to wash and dry my plastic spatulas after each use; pray accept my disposable compromise or guide me to a better way).

The small ones are from the Container Store (2.5” x 3”, $0.89 for package of 10).
The larger ones are from Wegmans, but similar ones are available at Target (3.5” x 5.5”, $2.24 for 64).

I tested a lot of different markers before I found some that didn’t smear/smudge/wipe-off and that could withstand the watery trials of the bathroom counter. From my own stash, these three worked:
Gold: Montana Acrylic Extra Fine Point (0.77mm) Marker in Matte Gold (Metallic) (available from Dick Blick for $5.35).
White: Sharpie Oil-Based Paint Extra-Fine Point Marker in White (available from Joann for $2.62).
Teal/peacock blue: Derwent Graphik Line Painter (acrylic, 0.5mm) in Brilliant (available from Dick Blick for $3.96).

u/echopandora · 7 pointsr/Indiemakeupandmore

I use these! They ship pretty quickly and look clean and uniform. Plus they aren't too big. Very rarely, I will come across a sample that is a smidgen too full to all fit (usually Shiro) but usually it is good for all samples.

u/Airyrelic · 7 pointsr/AsianBeauty

No problem. I decanted mine into these bottles and I use a pump on my face, neck and chest. If there's anything left over I smear it on my hands.

u/lgbtqbbq · 7 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I love these from Amazon- mine have lasted more than 6 months and I've refilled some of them multiple times with no issues or breakage. If you have a problem with defective product, Amazon Prime products are best because Amazon has such a generous replacement/refund policy if there's an issue down the line.

u/Nekkosan · 7 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I honestly don't think they have to be airless looking at how scinic packs it's jars. I just go for amber pumps, but whatever works. Many pumps bottles are clear but there were some opaque ones on amazon.

u/mnmcookie08 · 7 pointsr/calmhands

I actually made my own cuticle oil pens. A mix of jojoba and vitamin e oil. I bought the pens from Amazon

Since these are so handy I kept them everywhere - my nightstand, end table by the couch, my desk, in the kitchen, purse, any other place you can think of. The key for me was to not be caught without the cuticle oil pen within arms reach at any time.

Can’t take credit for this - I saw Simply Nailogical’s video on how to care for your nails. She is pretty knowledgeable.
Simply Nailogical - how to grow your nails

u/cats_in_tiny_shoes · 6 pointsr/AskWomen

Travel writer human person here. Feel free to ask questions!

  1. Best travel-related purchases: GoToobs; a good set of noise-cancelling headphones for planes; a Kindle; a durable spinner-wheel carry-on bag (good luggage will change your life, have many recs if needed); slip-on sneakers for airport security and general travel comfort; this converter/adapter; a cute floral baseball cap for bad hair days.

  2. All of the above are my travel necessities for int'l travel. Just good books, good music, my passport, and a fairly open mind. :D

  3. Are you from the US? Look into getting TSA Precheck or Global Entry certification so you can waltz through security and customs. Best thing I ever bought myself.
u/l3londie533 · 6 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I buy travel bottles like those and fill them with my products. I hate change and would be worried about breaking out.

I have a bunch of bottles, tubs, and spritzer things like this. I'm sure the packaging isn't perfect so wouldn't be good for long term storage of products but would be fine for a trip!

u/zosoleary · 6 pointsr/ResearchMarkets

holy crap this is scary as fuck! please please please be careful. it's very obvious you don't know what you are doing. remember 2 grams is 2,000 pills. don't try to eyeball doses or keybumps or anything like that. first step: get a milligram scale!!!! you said earlier you have a gemini 20, that's would work just fine. then you are going to need a graduated cylinder, and some PG. i do 2mg per 1 ml of pg. so i weigh out 100mg of etizolam, carefully measure out 50 ml of pg then mix the two in a vial. just shake it hard core then let it rest overnight then shake it some more (takes it a while to dissolve in PG). make sure to store the vial outside of sunlight because that damages the etizolam (i wrapped electrical tape around my travel vial). then get a transfer pipette or oral syringe and make your dose (half a ml for 1 pill, 1ml for 2 pills). tastes horrible, best to put it in a drink or have a chaser handy. PLEASE BE CAREFUL!!!! it's hard to measure out under half a ml accurately so 10mg a ml means you HAVE to do at least 5 at a time. it's just a good recipe to extreme and dangerous addiction and would make it even harder to taper off.

u/delapse · 6 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

Amazon has some awesome ones - look up "fine mist" spray bottles. This one is my favorite, but it is a little big. Muji has some great ones too.

u/voixxy · 6 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Can I ask why you can only fit three things in your luggage? That just sounds so odd to me - why don't you just get travel sized versions of your product or buy something like these or these so you can just bring your normal stuff?

Edit: just reread and realized you'll be gone for three weeks. Just make room in your luggage, dude.

u/SexualCannibalism · 5 pointsr/santashelpers

A custom-made travel kit would be awesome as part of a gift - I'm such a sucker for those $1-3 little cute reusable bottles in the hygiene aisles. You could get luxurious body wash, lotion, etc for her to refill as needed.

Really, anything to help hotels feel at home. A good book (or even a kindle?), portable candles, lavender linen spray...

Whenever I can't think of one great gift, I get a themed array of stuff and wrap everything individually to be both fun and frustrating ;)

u/YngPhoenix · 5 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I recently decanted my kiku in a spray bottle and LOVE it!

Not only does it spray super finely, but I can't finally start incorporating more body care into my post-shower routine. I used to buy those spray lotions, but wanted to find an alternative that wasn't as wasteful and with better products. Not going back!

Edited to add- please make sure to sanitize your bottle before putting product into it!

u/EgregiousWeasel · 5 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

The reviews on these airless pump bottles look pretty good. I'm going to order some for Christmas travel.

u/browneyedbroad · 5 pointsr/Accutane

I did this as well, with cerave cream and aquaphor that both came in tubs. I put it in a bunch of these things and kept them EVERYWHERE:

Small enough to stash discretely in my pocket or wallet and way cheaper than buying the travel sizes.

u/Hayzahh · 5 pointsr/MUAontheCheap

I really, REALLY enjoy this one I got from Amazon. It's not super cheap for what it is but it's very sturdy and clean. I use Maybelline FitMe foundation and pour it in there. I get to use every drop of my foundation. It almost cleans as it pumps out if that makes sense. There's no residue left of the sides of the container.

u/[deleted] · 4 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

The easiest thing to do would probably be to buy small travel bottles and transfer some product into them - something like these:

and I think target sells small cheapie ones

u/knittingyogi · 4 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

These are awesome! I've been using the GoToob bottles (I got them way cheaper than this listing [] at my local pharmacy, but they're leakproof and squeezable which works good for creams) for my mineral oil and BP cream, then carrying around my full bottles of BHA/AHA, moisturizer, and sunscreen. I don't know if your set up is best for me, but I'm trying to revamp a little and this is an awesome idea. (Keep em coming, if you've got em!)

u/McKoijion · 4 pointsr/changemyview

That makes sense at first, but the catch is that it's the 3-1-1 rule, not the 3 rule. This means that all your toiletries must fit inside a clear plastic bag, and you can only have 1. The bags are 32 ounces (1 quart), which implies 9 3.4 ounce bottles. The next catch is that you can't just squirt your shampoo, shaving cream, toothpaste together in the bottle. You have to account for the space the bottles take up. The final catch is that the bottles must fit "comfortably." This means that the TSA must be able to move around the toiletries within the bag to look at the labels (particularly the size print information). This further limits the number of bottles you can carry.

Together, this means you can fit 4 or 5 3.4 ounce bottles in a single quart bag. Here is specially designed 3-1-1 set with 4 3-ounce bottles and a little extra room for smaller bottles.

Now think about travel sized containers. They are much smaller. They generally provide just what you need for a few days of carry-on travel. So for toothpaste, you only need .75 ounces to last. For shave gel, you need a few more ounces so they make the travel sized 2.75 ounces. This means you can pack way more than 4-5 products in your bag. You can carry toothpaste, deodorant, shaving cream, mouthwash, makeup, contact lens solution, face wash, lotion, your toothbrush, etc. Here is another 3-1-1 bag and bottle set you can buy on Amazon. By using smaller bottles, you can fit 12 different products in your bag.

I just linked the Amazon sets so you could get a feeling of how much you can fit. Maybe it underestimated or overestimated how much you can fit in the quart bag. In any case, the idea is directionally correct. Smaller travel sizes allow people to fit more products in the quart bag. As such, it makes sense for companies to make their travel products as small as possible to fit, but just big enough to cover a person for a week, give or take, of carry on travel. Any longer of a trip, and the person can check a bag or buy new products at their destination. As a final point, you can always just pack 2 50 ml bottles of a given product if needed. You can't conveniently split a 100 ml bottle to carry less.

u/why_42 · 4 pointsr/Indiemakeupandmore

You could get some smaller bottles like these and split them in half so you can keep some of all four scents.

u/Houbrewdude · 4 pointsr/Homebrewing

Spray is good. Mister is better. Surface area is the key. What my barber uses

u/PootMcGroot · 4 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

They're all over Amazon or eBay, as well as any online packaging or cosmetic supplies store. You can generally find them for $2 a time, and they're robust and reusable.

Like this:

u/Lilthne · 4 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I bought a set of 6 30ml pump bottles from Amazon for $16 that work well and pump out product less forcefully than my daiso versions. Not cheap, but more luxurious than the daiso versions imo

u/thesoundsyouknow · 4 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

I have this and love it. I also got these tiny containers so I can make bigger amounts of colors I really like and use them multiple times. These are the containers:

And they are also awesome for taking small amounts of foundation and other stuff in purse or pocket for touch ups

u/mastiii · 4 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Amazon sells airless pumps like this. I know that Skinactives sells various bottles as well. I think one of those might work, though I've never tried it.

u/paninilincoln · 4 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I have these:

They're white airless pump bottles, I use them for creams, lotions, toners, oils, sunscreens, actives, and even foundation. And since it's a pump, there's less risk of contamination as with using your fingers in a jar :D

u/chemkara · 4 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Get these refillable oil pens, fill them with Jojoba oil. It is the closest (molecule wise) to our lipids. And use them on the nail bed and around cuticles whenever you can. I keep one next to bed, one at work, one in pocket and use after hand washing. You will see a difference in about a week. No more dry cuticles or brittle nails.

u/all_equal_parts · 3 pointsr/cocktails

I believe I have Lucid in my atomizer. Buy I've also had plenty of success with Herbsaint or even Pernod. You are just going for aromatics here so anything with a strong anise aroma will work just fine. Like I said I used an atomizer (like the one below). I just do a few quick pumps with that into the glass before I pour in the cocktail. With that said, with a washline like these two drinks it wouldn't make too much of a difference flavor-wise if you just added a couple drops to the cocktail before shaking and just spritzed the glass after it has the drink in it. Your hands may get sticky though. 😉

Silver Metallic Perfume Atomizer Spray 10 ML for purse or travel Refillable

u/meggielifts · 3 pointsr/LushCosmetics
u/frann3 · 3 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I've been considering moving my toners to spray bottles for easier application even at home.

And a smaller 2.5oz perhaps for travel

u/KegelFairy · 3 pointsr/curlyhair

Really love Go Toob. They're really squishy so you can actually use up most of the stuff that's in there. We haven't had an issue with leaks but I don't use them for the really liquidy stuff (because we don't have enough!).

Bonus protip, if you need to fill a tube with something that comes in a jar, baby medicine syringes work amazingly well. Husband uses this with his hair cream with great success.

u/MarsHuntress · 3 pointsr/researchchemicals

He's never gonna hear the end of this!

Okay, here's my answer. I go the oral route. I make a solution using propylene glycol (aka "PG").

My recipe for 4-ACO-DMT: .5g powder --> 4ml PG, combined in a small amber dropper bottle. Shake well until totally smooth. In my experience, 8 drops is a good starter dose. I just put the drops into a beverage and down it.

Obviously, you need a scale. You can get a decent one for under $20. One that is highly recommended the Gemini-20.

u/LaTortugaConQueso · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I do 1 part tea tree to 9 parts jojoba. I bought these and I usually mix like three bottles worth at once and it lasts a while. I use a syringe but I still haven't found one that easily pulls the oil because it's so thick.

u/earworms · 3 pointsr/RandomActsofMakeup

I purchased These Jars off of amazon. Note: You get 50.

You can find different sizes, shapes, or colors by searching Amazon. These ones were highly reviewed ( plus fulfilled by Amazon) and I am pretty satisfied with them. They are pretty sturdy and the stickers from the indies fit perfectly.

u/lapaloma16 · 3 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I tried so many - from dollar store, from Amazon, never found any that delivers a nice, uniform mist!

The ones I tried on Amazon (and disappointing) were:

My search is on for a good mist dispenser.

My Hylamide Spray is near over - so I am thinking of re-using it for Kikusamune!

Would love to see if anyone has suggestions for a good spray bottle that puts out even mist (like say Mac fix plus bottle)

u/stresstwig · 3 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

I have a set of six airless pump bottles I got on Amazon -- that's what I depot my moisturizer and face wash (a squeezy tube is not the proper dispensing method for FAB's ultra repair face wash let me just say) into -- and they are a godsend. No product just falling out of the tube, no having to dip my fingers into a pot...I love these forever and always.

u/apollymipanthos · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I use these and like them a lot. They are reusable and great for products you don't want exposed to air. They also don't leak!

u/Gods_Heathen · 3 pointsr/DIYBeauty

I buy 6 pks on Amazon for about $16.00.

These are really easy to use and clean. I make serums for my face and my own liquid foundation and I haven't had a problem with leaking or with the pump.

u/turn0 · 3 pointsr/tabletopgamedesign

Pretty cool. A suggestion for your next iteration, sand down the pieces you are going to cast as you can see the grain of the wood.

If you need quick iterations without casting, you can also try the link below. With a quick spray paint job and gluing the magnets or washers inside you can make lots of them really fast for pretty cheap.

u/RaptorMan333 · 3 pointsr/fragrance

Buy some of these: Golf Set of 8 6pcs 6ml Portable Mini Refillable Perfume Scent Aftershave Atomizer Empty Spray Bottle with 2 Funnel Filler for Travel Purse

Heat will kill it especially with how hot it gets there. I use those atomizers and keep them in my gym bag, etc. Worst case at least if you ruin the frag you'll just ruin like 5ml of it and not an entire bottle.

u/grewish89 · 3 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

I found one on Amazon. Is this what you’re looking for? I think I might purchase it because I am so annoyed with pouring out too much makeup. Foundation Pump

u/ItsStellar · 3 pointsr/DIYBeauty

Thanks for the reply! I don't know why I didn't think you'd be here, your like my skincare godmother lol. I was thinking about using it in it's original packaging but if something like this is necessary I can switch over to that.

So I've looked into some more DIY threads and I'm assuming you mean percentages, so for that I'm unsure if I need a digital scale. So I measure out the amount of oil cleanser I have now, roughly, using the digital scale. Then using another type of container, like a beaker, I measure out the correct number of Cromollient SCE I need, for example 0.60 ounces if I had about 5.40 ounces of mineral oil, to make the total batch 6 ounces. Am I missing anything?

u/kayleighisdumb · 3 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

Honestly I’m super cheap and reuse setting spray (or setting spray sample) bottles for my toners, any clean sample containers I find work well for me. If you want a bigger reusable bottle with a pump I got some amazing ones off of amazon

Airless Pump Bottles Set of 2 | Air Pump Bottles are Refillable With White Opaque Color 1 oz. Each Bottle

u/Qony · 3 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

Not the same person that commented above, but I bought an airless pump on amazon that was a whole different bottle. I was able to decant the product from the fit me bottle into the new one and got most of the product out. The specific item I bought is no longer available, but I found one that looks somewhat similar.

Eta: sorry that link was funky before! Copy/paste is harder than it looks.

u/labellavita1985 · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I talked about this container in my other reply if you're interested.

u/brp · 3 pointsr/onebag

Congrats man!!!

Couple of comments from my experience of years of traveling.

  1. Ditch the shaving cream and just use conditioner instead. I grab a bottle from a hotel and use that until it's empty. Takes up a lot less space and works well.
  2. The small degree deoderant doesn't really last, at least for me. It's fine for an overnight or emergency, won't cut it for weeks of travel. Best just get a larger size stick.
  3. Think about using small 1oz bottles for other toiletries. I used to travel with the same face wash and those bottles take up too much room and the sharp edges always rip the Ziploc bag. I use these tubes for a bunch of my liquids and they work great. For the face wash I refill it with some squirts from my larger bottle at home.
  4. I see a sharpie but no pen. Recommend you have some pens as well.
u/NaimahBeeema · 3 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Hi! I usually decant everything and bring a 3 oz mask jar. I keep my routine hella consistent every day. I love these from Amazon!

u/Mortimer452 · 2 pointsr/3Dprinting

I'm not sure how tearing open wipes is easier than putting just sticking a cotton ball or a tissue on the bottle and give it a quick shake.

Just get one of these pump-style bottles.

u/rickearthc137 · 2 pointsr/parrots

She's a cutie!

If you're not doing it already, along with showering, you may want to mist her with 100% pure aloe vera juice and in a small cosmetic misting bottle like this one. They're nice because you can palm them and they put out a really fine mist instead of a spray stream.

u/goodnames679 · 2 pointsr/bleachshirts
u/Workdawg · 2 pointsr/lifehacks

I did this on my last flight only I used travel shampoo bottles which are bigger and I filled them myself at home for even cheaper drinking. Something like this:

I also bought a coke at the airport (past security) and just asked the flight attendant for a cup of ice and can of pop. (additional can = additional drinks!) I mixed it myself in plain sight on the plane (though the attendant wasn't around at the time) and no one said anything to me.

Edit: Also... since it was a hit last time... plane bacon

u/awesometown3000 · 2 pointsr/bicycletouring

If I'm worried about TSA and all that mess, I have Gotoobs and I fill 3 with chamois cream. Otherwise it just makes more sense to carry the big 8oz tube for unlimited creamin' up. I consider it an acceptable weight penalty. But having universal travel bottles like gotoobs/etc is just a useful travel tool regardless.

But here's the hard truth about chamois cream: You can replace it with hotel body lotion in a pinch and not notice the difference. Last time this happened I rode 60 miles with oatmeal scented hotel lotion in my shorts. I've done this plenty of times when I've left home without my Butt'rs.

u/Aerys1 · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Holy smokes, batman!


u/xgrilledcheesesx · 2 pointsr/clothdiaps

This guy i found preferable to a spray bottle. We also use just water and tea tree oil on flannel wipes.

u/choosy_moms · 2 pointsr/RedditLaqueristas

A makeup brush and acetone is the way to go. I bought this to hold my acetone.

However, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Make sure you're also practicing not flooding your cuticles to begin with.

u/justahermit · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I need this

so i can mix my own ear drops and stuff to treat chronic ear infections and eczema of the ear.

u/Celladoore · 2 pointsr/PolishGauntlet

If you want to make your own cuticle oil for cheaper, pure jojoba or sweet almond oil are both excellent. I bought one ounce of jojoba and decanted some into a Amber glass bottle and use it daily, and I haven't even gone through half of it since winter started. If you want to be extra fancy you can add essential oils to make your own scents, or add in extras like vitamin E.

u/Yoyochan · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

You could get some plastic pipettes to transfer small amounts of the oil. I use these for depositing scented oils in my oil diffuser so that I don't accidentally use too much.

You could also consider transfering the oil to bottles with dropper tops.

u/compto35 · 2 pointsr/beards


u/tinkafoo · 2 pointsr/keto

Same here. Just thought it was easier to post a link to EZ Sweetz rather than a recipe.

That said, what strength do you use? I've been using a 1:4 ratio (splenda to water) so 1 drop = 1 packet.

My recipe: 7.8 grams of sucralose to 30ml (1 fl.oz.) water, and I keep it in dropper bottles in the fridge since I didn't add any preservatives.

u/twisted_dick · 2 pointsr/Vaping

Hey man, I would love to help you quit smoking and didn't notice the first time I commented that you didn't have any experience with vaping. So I'm going to try to put together a list here of what you need to do to start vaping for very little money.

  1. A mod. I am suggesting this mod because it is very simple and fairly cheap.

    This is another option for you.

    I love my Icare, but you will need to use high (24-36) mg ejuice with it, whereas with the ego you would need 12-24 mg/ml.

  2. Eliquid making basics.

    OPTIONAL: flavoring. If you want flavoring just ask in a reply I'll let you know what to get based on your tastes, but it's not necessary and you're trying to go cheap.

    This is the recipe for making flavorless, 12 mg juice.

    You can make an account at that site and adapt that recipe to be higher or lower nicotine if you want.

    I know this seems a lot more expensive than the Ryo cigarettes, but trust me, this makes like a year or two worth of liquid and the mods I suggested have really cheap coils. Please believe me, this is worth every penny of the investment, you will never regret it. If you need help with mixing your first batch of eliquid, go to r/diy_ejuice and look at the new mixer thread in the sidebar. If you have any questions don't hesitate to ask me, but comment it cause I don't get message notifications on my phone app.
u/Used_Taco · 2 pointsr/beards

I've also tried Burts Bees. I liked both but I think the honest Amish might've been cheaper.

As far as making your own oil, yes I just use dropper bottles like these . I just mix all the oils together in the bottle and shake, no need to let it sit. You do want to boil the bottles beforehand and let em dry to kill bacteria. Most essential oils have a spout thingy that makes it easy to count drops.

Edit: I also make my own beard shampoo.

u/emissaryofwinds · 2 pointsr/whatisthisthing

An old version of a small bottle + eye dropper

u/Bruh-Nanaz · 2 pointsr/CBD

Hey man I do this too and I got a few tips for ya. If you're not using 90%+ ethanol you need to switch right now. Your pills will have much less chlorophyll (making it easier on the stomach) and other undesirables that may or may not hinder absorption. Make sure you freeze both the ethanol and flower for 6-8 hours before you do your rinse.

Additionally, for trim you only need to agitate the solution for a minute or two and then strain immediately, as the larger surface area of the trim means that the oil will more readily mix with the ethanol than chunks of flower would. You'll also get less crud this way. If you're using CBD for pain relief or another ailment, consider doing a shorter, partial decarboxylation, as CBDa is another very useful cannabinoid.

I use a [pill sorter I got off ebay for <$15] ( that helps tremendously, as well as a reusable glass syringe for filling. I used to make pills quite a bit up until recently, now I carry a bottle with an eyedropper in it as it's portable and I can dose fairly accurately throughout the day. I'm also getting a buchner filtration kit to purify the extract further.

One last tip, if you're worried about the psychoactive effects of high doses of your extract (I know exactly what you're talking about) try adding terpenes like Myrcene and Beta-Caryophyllene. I use those two, plus limonene and a/b-pinene. Those have drastically reduced my experience of being intoxicated and made my extracts much more tolerable.

Good luck bro

u/soonami · 2 pointsr/bourbon

Yeah bourbon and Vanilla is a great combination. Higher proof and lower rye works well IMO. I think something like Old Weller Antique would be perfect. Split open a few vanilla beans into a bottle of OWA, and then pour it into these bottles from Amazon for a great gift

u/project_twenty5oh1 · 2 pointsr/electronic_cigarette

I went on a little shopping spree for my DIY/rebuildable stuff. Picked up the following:

5 glass beakers, 50-1000ml
4 oz amber glass boston round bottles, pack of 12
2x pack of 6 2oz amber bottles w/droppers
2x 2pack 8oz amber bottles
[labels for bottles] (
100count transfer pipettes
2 10 packs of 5ml blunt tip syringes
Heated ultrasonic cleaner (for quick steeping)

100ft A1 32 AWG kanthal
100ft A1 30 AWG kanthal
100ft A1 28 AWG kanthal
12ft 2mm braided hollow Ekowool
Pair of locking hemostats
butane pencil torch (for torching ekowool)
This genius little invention - everyone should buy this, it was like six bucks

other than that, a couple anyvape mini davide glass clearos because the protank 2 group buy I organized will likely not have a replacable drip tip, and I need at least 2 mini glass tanks that can take my bds60 from captivape.

i need me a fucking workshop, not sure where I'm going to put all this stuff...

u/WILLYOUSTFU · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

I bought the different oils separately and put it in an amber dropper bottle. I mixed the argan oil, jojoba oil, and lemongrass oil in a 20:20:1 ratio. The lemongrass is more of just a scent than a functional oil (it's very strong), so you might replace it with some other aromatic oil like tea tree, eucalyptus, or cinnamon oil depending on your SOs preference. I hope you and your SO like it! You might google around for other recipes, but argan and jojoba will make up the bulk of most recipes.

edit: and this is the brush I got, it works great

u/RealityStricken · 2 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

You can get jars like these off Amazon that hold samples perfectly. I use them for everything

u/ellaingreen · 2 pointsr/Indiemakeupandmore these ones. The Meow ones are the 5 gram, I think? The acrylic case came with these: which I would NOT recommend. The threads on the lids don't really match up half of the time and quite a few lids were cracked and wouldn't close at all. The case is super nice though.

u/veronicaxrowena · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty


This bottle has the best fine mist I’ve tried. It’s continuous and even. I’ve tried a few other types of spray bottles but this one is A+.

It’s pretty large, but I think you can shop around on Amazon and find the same thing in a smaller mL amount.

u/loserfame · 2 pointsr/succulents

Pretty sure we use this bottle

u/alphageek8 · 2 pointsr/asianamerican

Suavecito here as well. I also wanted to add that I have the most success with blow drying first as opposed to putting product in with varying levels of wet hair. I then use this to put a light even misting of water then shape it.

Also as others have said the cut is extremely important. Don't know how true this is but my barber has always said that a doing a quality undercut is pretty difficult and the details will make or break it. In other words to OP, invest in a good barber. Your cut shouldn't be 100% dependent on product, it should be able to be presentable with zero product as well.

Also OP I poked around your post history and seems like you're in California (as I am) so it shouldn't be too difficult to find a good barber that has experience with Asian hair and doing an undercut since like 90% of young Asians have the same cut.

u/bunnycrush_ · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I love these airless pump bottles. I already decant jar-packaged products into them for full-time use bc they're way less messy / easier to use in bed while watching Netflix (real talk...)

I take all of the following on trips, but there are inevitably days that I just cleanse + moisturize and pass out.

  • Inisfree cleansing oil (decant in airless bottle)
  • su:m37 Miracle Rose Cleansing Stick
  • Missha Time Revolution FTE (in spritz bottle)
  • Hada Labo lotion (decant in airless bottle)
  • Mizon All-in-One Snail Repair cream (decant)
  • Benton Snail Bee essence
  • CeraVe PM moisturizer
  • CeraVe eye cream (this one almost ALWAYS gets forgotten, lol)

    I usually carry a few makeup remover wipes in a little ziplock. I also bring my Biore sunscreen, but the bottles are so small it's not a problem anyway (sob).
u/Lithonielle · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Here is where I found them.

u/yancepantz · 2 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

Yeah, i just poured it into the bottle. DW is 1 oz and these pumps are 1 oz so it should all fit, especially since you've probably already used some. but heres a six pack if you're concerned about that.
obviously let the bottle sit upside down but i use these starbucks splash sticks to scrape everything out of the bottle.
the pump makes all the difference! good luck <3

u/kmayling · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Currently, I keep the left over essence in the original packaging of the mask and I put that into a ziploc bag. In terms of safety, I'm not too sure how badly minimal amounts of air can affect the cleanliness of the leftover essence. However, I have been looking into these airless pumps! I plan on purchasing them and some other AB essentials when I get my 5% cash back on Amazon. ;p

u/DontQuixote · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I see that you are using OST 20.

Try using this

Its an airless vacuum bottle. It will save your OST20 from oxidizing quickly. really this is gold! They also sell in different quantities.

u/Pickled_Leprechauns · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Not OC, but I ordered these a few months ago and am using 3 or 4 right now.

u/murflegirl · 2 pointsr/Indiemakeupandmore

Airless pumps are great ideas for stuff you normally have to stick your fingers in! Here are the ones I've used with great success.

Hope your week goes quickly and spring break is awesome!

u/allofthespices · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I toss them! But that's also because I immediately decant them into airless pump bottles (linked below) because it's such a hassle for me to use and sanitize spatulas every day. Also, the pumps are airless, so less chance of the ingredients in the product being compromised.

u/dreamsoffreedom · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

I bought some of these off of amazon for my creams that are in jars and they last much longer! Just one pump is enough to lightly cover my face :)

u/marygator81 · 2 pointsr/Indiemakeupandmore

I also bought my jars from Amazon, but I know places like TKB trading also sells these jars in bulk.

u/bdicks37 · 2 pointsr/trees

50, Clear, Empty, 5 Gram Plastic Pot Jars, Cosmetic Containers.

u/Zarten · 2 pointsr/mflb
  1. Use the tin box they gave you. It's pretty small and portable. If you pack it, it won't rattle.

  2. Yes AFAIK. It doesn't complete the circuit.

  3. Use makeup containers or the MFLB ABV containers. You can find it on Amazon for like $5 for 50. I'll link it -------------> here.

  4. I have a pretty low tolerance, so a trench lasts me about 3-4 sessions. It's a very slow and building high unless you are taking hit after hit. It gets me to a [5] - [7].
u/tldnradhd · 2 pointsr/ploompax

These are great and hold about 2 chambers worth of ground product. Lip balm containers

u/HeadlessMami · 2 pointsr/MakeupAddiction

This is my go-to set off Amazon: It also comes with the little stickers, although somehow I missed that the first time I bought them. I usually use the stickers that come on the sample bags, but some of the brands I have don't do round stickers so the blanks come in handy for re-labeling.

u/Brock_Lobstweiler · 2 pointsr/nfl

These are the ones I bought:

I haven't had any issue with them leaking or anything. They even come with a little funnel.

u/krnrice27 · 2 pointsr/fragrance
I've used these and they're great, very easy and very clean. Feels like high quality even if it's just refilling a bottle

u/Junior_Surgeon · 2 pointsr/fragrance

I haven't tried on a travolo, but I have tried cleaning out various other decant bottles with little success. Isopropyl alcohol seems to work the best, but through soaking and continuously washing I have never been able to completely remove a scent. My advice would be to buy cheaper ones from somewhere like amazon such as this(I haven't bought from this seller but I have several similar to this), or if you just need general decant bottles this website is great, I have used them many times.

Plastic is pourous and the scent is going pentrate it, and all sprayers use some kind of plastic.

u/mochugo · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Ofc:) This is the one I got - for some reason, one bottle was ~$11 while six were ~$18.

u/astrocats · 2 pointsr/Makeup

Amazon has refillable empty foundation bottles with pumps. I use this one.

u/reduxrouge · 2 pointsr/SkincareAddiction

Oh right; LIKE THIS

Do you know why they come in a dropper? I don't want to ruin the chemical composition if there's some science behind it.

According to CosRx: We wish we had a simple answer for you, but it’s actually quite complicated! There are pros and cons to both airless pumps and droppers. The “right” airless pump hasn’t been perfected yet specifically for vitamin C because airless pumps often contain metal, which is not great for vitamin C. Also, airless pumps don’t dispense the product in an ideal way and they’re just simply too expensive for not much guaranteed stabilization.

u/viciouscabaret · 2 pointsr/muacjdiscussion

The small ones shown are these from Amazon (several size/quantity options available). They have a wide opening that is easy to fill, but refilling is a giant pain in the ass. It's hard to get the top off, and if you need to top off before you're empty product is likely to go everywhere. I'm not even sure they were meant to be refillable, to be honest.

The hair cream is in one of these, also from Amazon. They have a screw top, which is much easier to remove than the others, but the opening is rather narrow. I tried using one to decant my jar of CosRX snail cream but it was not worth the effort. Best suited for products in pumps or squeeze tubes.

u/FlipACoin · 2 pointsr/drugstoreMUA

I depotted mine into a container similar to this one and it was so worth it.

u/minniesnowtah · 2 pointsr/curlyhair

These are the bottles!

Yes this is the argan oil & almond line! It has a very light smell compared to normal hair products. Love it. Definitely not flowery or coconutty, but more of a slightly nutty and sweet smell? It's hard to describe. Almost like a cross between a vanilla and almond extract, but not in a "bath & body works overdoing it" kind of way.

I also don't normally do shampoo & conditioner pairs, but these are both genuinely good IMO.

u/hedgehoggodoggo · 2 pointsr/CompulsiveSkinPicking

I just got some of these these empty brush pens things from Amazon and filled them with jojoba oil, also from Amazon, and I just leave them on every surface in my house and every bag I own. I learned this from this youtube video by simply nailogical!! I have fancy peel off base coats but the sally hansen one works just as well for our purposes lol

u/tourmaline82 · 2 pointsr/AsianBeauty

Ah, I have little experience with cold weather yet. Just moved to Colorado so we'll see how my lips do in winter! I'm thinking about getting an empty lip gloss tube, like what indie makeup sellers use, and seeing if that works for vitamin E. Let me know if you find an on the go product that works for you though!

EDIT: I was thinking a tube like these. If it holds cuticle oil, it should hold vitamin E oil, right?

u/greendaisyblackstem · 2 pointsr/PanPorn

Absolutely! I got these 3ml ones off amazon. I liked them cause they were pretty cheap but came with prime and I didn’t have to buy too many.

They come with the top off already but you can also pull out the bottom and screw the plunger back down to reuse them. I tested it twice

u/xroomie · 1 pointr/cocktails


Ohh! Never heard of this before. Thanks for the tip!

u/colarg · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

My favorite movie is Life is beautiful, it has been even since it came out. Too powerful for words. And i am entering for my sister! i am a lady but i think i have enough makeup, i am gathering stuff to send it to her (she lives in another country)

this is my under 5 product

3 - Bubble and also Sprout

u/FresnoHairWash · 1 pointr/Shave_Bazaar

Maybe this might work for you?

u/jared213 · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Well I'm not so concerned with sterilizing because I soak ask my gear in alcohol when I break down and clean everything, mostly just thinking when I overfill my atty and stuff like that. But the cotton would work great with one of those bottles that you just press down on the top with a cotton ball or paper towel and it dispenses it right onto it like this

The alcohol wipes would be good to keep in my pocket, I already carry a paper towel just in case.

Thank you for the ideas!

u/DorffMeister · 1 pointr/prusa3d

When I started, I was looking for 91% or 99% wipes and didn't have much luck. Today on Amazon I see 91% wipes: Box of 50 for $18. Ridiculous. Spray would work well, but I also like to feel the bed in case there are small bumps that need to be cleaned off.

I've settled on using: 91% iso alcohol (ultra cheap, from Walgreens or WalMart, probably), a push-down alcohol dispenser ($5, singe purchase), and Kimtech Wipes (also great for glasses, etc.) (280 wipes per box, 3 boxes for $8.40). Using this method, I actually use the Alcohol+wipes on lots of things.

I need to find a local source for 99% iso. The stuff online all feels expensive.

u/Elroxil · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon


I think the cheapest item I have would be this is the cheapest item I have. I could use some fake mist for photos :)

u/leyline · 1 pointr/gadgets

This and a handkerchief already does a better job than peltier will.

u/modernpandora · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

I adore this product! I don't really get a lot of sake from the smell (which is a small bummer to me cause I love sake), but I do definitely notice a bubblegum/banana scent that's kind of unique, but it fades pretty much immediately.

My hack for dealing with the awful pump is this little spray bottle I got off Amazon. I ordered it so I could travel with this, but I've just continued decanting it into this container and spraying it into my palm, then spreading it on my face/neck/chest. So much less floor clean-up this way.

u/Takeabyte · 1 pointr/apple

For me, I clean everyones machine before I touch them for service. People with brown keyboards, do you even shower or what? I had one customer tell me that she had pink eye the week before... I could't even see the letters on the keyboard it was covered in so much crap... literally.

Anyway, unless you use your computer to wipe your ass, just use distilled water in a little spray bottle and microfiber cloths I get in bulk from my local auto parts store. Way cheaper than any kit and it's the same thing as most all lens cleaners.

The main thing you should't do is use anything that has alcohol in it or stuff that talks about "lifting oils away". Yeah, it will lift the oils along with the optical coatings that reduce glare.

For more info on keeping your Apple devices clean, visit the following site...

For a MacBook:

> When cleaning the outside of your MacBook, MacBook Pro, or MacBook Air, first shut down your computer and unplug the power adapter. Then use a damp, soft, lint-free cloth to clean the computer's exterior. Avoid getting moisture in any openings. Do not spray liquid directly on the computer. Don't use aerosol sprays, solvents, abrasives, or cleaners containing hydrogen peroxide that might damage the finish.

> To clean the screen on your MacBook, MacBook Pro, or MacBook Air, first shut down the computer and unplug the power adapter.Then use a damp, soft, lint-free cloth.

> Important: The bottom case of the MacBook (13-inch, Late 2009) and MacBook (13-inch, Mid 2010) uses a soft nonslip material. Use a 3M Gray Microfiber or soft dye-free, lint-free cloth to clean the bottom case.

For iPad:

> Handle your iPad with care to maintain its appearance. If you are concerned about scratching or abrasion, you can use one of the many cases sold separately. To clean iPad, unplug all cables and turn off iPad (press and hold the Sleep/Wake button, and then slide the onscreen slider). Use a soft, slightly damp, lint-free cloth. Avoid getting moisture in openings. Don't use window cleaners, household cleaners, compressed air, aerosol sprays, solvents, ammonia, abrasives, or cleaners containing hydrogen peroxide to clean iPad. iPad has an oleophobic coating on the screen; simply wipe iPad's screen with a soft, lint-free cloth to remove oil left by your hands. The ability of this coating to repel oil will diminish over time with normal usage, and rubbing the screen with an abrasive material will further diminish its effect and may scratch your screen."

u/cdnav8r · 1 pointr/canada

I’ve been traveling with these GoToob bottles all over the world, and on a regular basis in Canada. Doesn’t say what’s in the bottle, or a brand name, though does clearly state the volume. Nobody has ever said anything to me. Did you have your bottles in a clear plastic bag?

Try getting a hold of them there and see what they have to say about your event. I recently did and they responded to me with a day or two.

u/FoleyisGood · 1 pointr/Dogtraining

Hot dogs or Kielbasa - dehydrate by cooking slow at low temp in the oven.

Cheese - cut into small pieces

Squeeze tubes filled with mashed liverwurst (add little bit of water at a time until it is smooth enough to go through the hole), whipped cream cheese or peanut butter.

Happy Howies is another good brand for a meat roll. They make beef, lamb, and I think turkey. Get yourself a vidalia onion chopper and use it to cut them into small pieces about the size of a pea.

u/throwawayfortulip · 1 pointr/reactivedogs

Good for you and your pup! I'm so glad to hear that's working. We're struggling with much the same issue (with our adult dog) and we've used similar tactics with some good successes.

If you find the deli meat ever loses its charm, don't be afraid to switch it up with new, stinkier treats. We hit a plateau with our dog that seems to be scalable with some new, even smellier treats (just wrote about that here actually!).

You can also use squeeze tubes with cream cheese in them, if yours--like ours--doesn't always have the gentlest mouth when stressed. We use these and it helps us give a good steady supply of treats when passing stimuli that take a minute to go away (e.g. clanging trucks going down the street), while keeping our hands relatively clean.

u/_Lucky_Devil · 1 pointr/Dogtraining

It is doggy crack, on par with meat baby food in my experience.

Use a go-toob for anything squeezable.

u/horseshoe_crabby · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction
  1. I'm in the same pickle, but considering getting a bunch of pump dispensers (link below because mobile makes links ugly). I have one right now for my witch hazel toner and think getting a bunch of opaque ones so light doesn't interfere and spray painting them a matching color and labeling them. I could use them for my chemical exfoliation things and whatever else I have that is a very thin liquid and comes in plastic containers. Everything else is small and can go in some cute matching tin of vintage bowl or something.

  2. I've seen it at rite aid a lot. may be another option.

  3. Forgot this question...

  4. I would also like a straightforward breakdown on this :)

    Debra Lynn Professional 4 oz. Clear Pump Dispenser Bottle
u/ashleymarieeee · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I have these cheap ones and they're quite good.

The travel section of Target, WalMart and most drug stores will have them, too.

u/Those_Good_Vibes · 1 pointr/LSD

I bought a 6 pack of amber colored, glass bottles off amazon. Only 6 bucks. These come with eye droppers, but they have no markings on them. I bought one seperately, also from amazon.

To mix them, I buy vodka from a liquor store. You can use water, but do NOT use tap water as it has chlorine that will immediately destroy LSD. I've also read that water degrades LSD more over time than alcohol, hence my choice. I use the dropper to measure out how much solution I want to use to put into the container, along with however many tabs I want to put in with it. Let it sit for a few days (swirl contents now and again) and voila.

Materials bought:

u/hairisthinning · 1 pointr/tressless

You can buy baicalin powder on Amazon. You can also buy olive leaf extract with at least standardized 15% oluropein (preferrably more) on Amazon as well.

You also want to turn the powders into a topical solution.

You will need:

  • a glass bottle for essential oil with an eye dropper. You can get it on Amazon or ebay
  • a graduated cylinder, and
  • a funnel

    For the solutions, here's what I recommend:

  • 50% ethanol or isopropyl alcohol
  • 30% propylene glycol
  • 20% distilled water

    For the baicalin solution, mix in 10mg per millilitre. So, if you have a container with 60ml, then you want to mix in 600mg. This creates a 1% solution of baicalin. If you want, you may increase the concentration of baicalin. Perhaps 20mg/ml for a 2% solution, or even 50mg/ml for a 5% solution.

    For oluropein, the rule of thumb is just mix in 10 capsules (unless you get pure powder).
u/brbcoding · 1 pointr/bourbon

I actually use a water dropper like this, starting with 2 drops or so and adding more as needed. You'd be surprised how much a couple of drops change the whiskey.

u/DollarStoreClassy · 1 pointr/Drugs

Next time I would highly recommend you dissolve your Alprazolam powder in Everclear, it tastes better as it doesn't linger as much, and its able to hold more mg of powder per ml of Everclear.

You can order droppers such as these and then calculate how many mg of Alprazolam you have per ml by dosing it with the cc dropper.

I prefer to put my xannies on sour patch kids for on the go. The taste is pretty fowl, but if you let it soak up for awhile (using Everclear vs Propylene glycol helps too) you can hardly taste the absorbed liquid.

u/jburrke · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

Well, there's Container & Packaging, which I use for bulk orders. There's also, which isn't bad but a bit more expensive.

But, honestly, when I was into DIY and just making a few bottles I just ordered from amazon. Here's a link for 1oz (30ml) amber glass bottles, and a link for 2 oz amber glass bottles.

I've ordered both of those before and they're nice and high quality. Feel free to look around on amazon for better deals, though.

u/kiwimangoes · 1 pointr/Indiemakeupandmore

I actually started buying bath & body stuff on Etsy years before I ever found this sub (or reddit!) I was just looking for natural products for my husband's sensitive skin. Eventually I got into makeup subscriptions, which then led me again to want natural cosmetics for myself...and so found my way here. :)

I don't think I'll ever bother pressing, personally. I'm comfortable using loose product and it just seems like too much hassle for me. I've purchased sample baggies and after much griping to my hubby over using them, he surprised me with a whole bunch of small jars to put them in. :)

u/ThirteenDream · 1 pointr/Indiemakeupandmore

On Amazon, the 5 gram jars are usually slightly cheaper than the 3 gram jars.
adon Prime
I also bought the bead container ones, but those jars wear really big. I don't use them for eyeshadow.

u/melancolor · 1 pointr/MakeupAddiction

As someone who has an adoration for both lipsticks and art supplies I don't know why I haven't tried this yet, as I have seen tutorials before...

Thank you for the inspiration! I have ordered these little doodads and can't wait to experiment. These would go nicely in the little holiday gift baskets I am making.

u/jadedsurrealism · 1 pointr/Indiemakeupandmore

Any insight on these? I was planning to pick some up on payday...

u/anonymys · 1 pointr/RandomActsofMakeup

I need some jars for all my new indies!
I also really want a stamper and some cuticle remover.

Happy birthday, lady! Thanks for the contest!

It's my party.

u/thetrufflesiveseen · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

I haven't tried it, but maybe something like this?

u/poemaXX · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I'm so glad I asked – that continuous bottle sounds like a dream! I just ordered one with a white top. Thank you.

u/pretzel_lover · 1 pointr/CrestedGecko

The white is just pee and it usually dries into a solid powder. I agree that your temperature is too high. You also need to be careful about too much humidity because this can lead to a respiratory infection and/or bacterial infections on the skin. Your current cage should retain a lot of humidity and if you add the Eco Earth that will also hold humidity. Because this cage has little ventilation you should uncover the top screen. The daytime humidity should be between 40-60% and 80-100% for a few hours after you mist, which should allow your cage to dry out. I use this spray bottle because it is more of a mister and my crestie doesn't seem bothered by it. It's also super easy to use. Also, I can't see if your crestie is sleeping upside down or not, but if so you might want to consider breaking the habit or be okay with the potential of floppy tail syndrome.

u/oliveoo · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

they aren't light-proof, but I ordered these a week ago, and the one I tested works great!

u/feuilletons · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

I bought these ones and I think they work really well. I got mine on Amazon because of prime shipping but you can also find similar or cheaper ones on ebay!

u/TheInterWebbz · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

I got these and liked them a lot -

I took my Beauty of Joseon cream with my on a trip in one of these and it worked really well! If you don't put a lot of product in you have to pump a lot to move it to the top, but other than that they're perfect.

u/playpirates · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

Sounds like the design or your specific bottle may be defective. I have these from Amazon that I use for a bunch of different products and I really like them and haven't had any issues with them being defective. Airless Pump Bottle Silver Matte - 1 oz (6 Pack)

u/swimpus · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

These look quite elegant, but I'm not sure if they're glass and they're pretty small.

A lot of Asian beauty products have really nice looking packaging.

u/seraephi · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

I've never used the Mizon AIO, but these pumps have worked well for my Nature Republic watery cream and CosRx rice mask.

u/fooliescraper · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

I use these.

u/windowpane · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I use an airless pump bottle which keeps oxygen/contamination out and keep it in a cabinet out of the light. It lasts for 3-4 weeks no problem! Part of the lid came off of one bottle which means the cap doesn't close securely, but other than that they've served their function. I sanitize between refills with rubbing alcohol.


u/Jenzyme84 · 1 pointr/makeupexchange

I have these jars for samples. They're a pretty good size for something like foundation.

u/arbarnes · 1 pointr/Wet_Shavers

Yeah, I was on a box pass where somebody clearly confused the Muhle and Van der Hagen logos. (Hey, they've both got windmills!) Then again, it was interesting to see in person just how poorly the VdH badger brush is made.

What about just shipping the stuff in full-size jars and letting people take samples themselves? The main problem then is portion control. Including 5g containers would tend to limit people to that amount, but they get bulky pretty quick.

Maybe you could start with, say, 50 jars and ask people to drop a buck in the box for each 5 jars they take? Then when the jars run out the next person can take the money and order another 50 from Amazon.

u/theaxolotlgod · 1 pointr/Indiemakeupandmore

I've had a great experience with these jars!

u/pmrp · 1 pointr/fragrance

Bought this cheap glass and aluminum set on Amazon and they've worked well for me as daily carries. However, I would not recommend them for air travel; it leaked on me (luckily it was sealed in a ziplock bag). I want to try applying teflon plumbers tape to the threads next time; it supposed to help prevent leaks.

Elife Set of 8 6pcs 6ml Portable Mini Refillable Perfume Scent Aftershave Atomizer Empty Spray Bottle with 2 Funnel Filler for Travel Purse

u/mynameisdbabz · 1 pointr/fragranceswap

dude amazon has every thing its great, iv bot 4 and 6 ml and 15 , my favorite is 6ml , imo its perfect, it has a screw on bottle, 6ml is about 60-70 full sprays from a bottle so your not going to run out and it has a mettle sheath here a link


u/laiptim · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

This is what my shelfie looks like:
Edit: I changed all the tape to pastel rainbow colors!!

The last two on the right are empty at the moment until my winter routine starts. I'm planning on putting Hl premium and tcfs sleeping pack in them. My vitamin c is also in the fridge.

For the specific bottles:

I've used this for about a year and a half and they! seem to be doing well. One caveat is that I can't put my cleansing oil in them because they'll leak through the seams. Other than that though I've used both creams and liquids in them and they work great! No spills and easy to travel with!!

u/RandomCB · 1 pointr/SkincareAddiction

I got the pump bottles and sunscreen on Amazon.

u/ravekitt · 1 pointr/AsianBeauty

Would an airless jar like this work for a gel moisturizer? Specifically I'm looking at decanting the Hada Labo plumping gel. I already have these containers as I was using them with my Cerave moisturizing cream but I wasn't sure if they would work with the Hada Labo as well since it has a much thinner consistency, or if I should go for something more like this.

u/holdtheolives · 1 pointr/muacjdiscussion

Right?! I feel like so much thought went into the design to make it look trendy or cool, but it just is not practical!

I'd love for it to come in an airless pump bottle (like this), where the pumping action squeezes the plunger up to the top until all the product is dispensed.

My next eye cream purchase will be the Mizon Snail Repair Eye Cream, and I plan on depotting it immediately into one of those bottles.

u/Royuh · 1 pointr/PanPorn

I've been using Garnier's SkinActive The Gentle Sulfate-Free Cleanser since November. I'm gonna be traveling tomorrow and decided to bring it with me. The cleanser itself is pretty no-frills, but does what it's meant to do without stripping the skin. For reference, I have dry and somewhat sensitive skin. Considering the quality and the price of this cleanser, I will definitely be repurchasing it in the future.

You can get the small bottles in the link below.

6-Pack Travel Size Plastic Squeeze Bottles for Liquids, 30ml/1oz TSA Approved Makeup Toiletry Cosmetic Containers

u/scheides · 1 pointr/onebag has some good options. It's geared a bit more towards backpacking but some of the items work great for travel regardless.


I use their zipza pouches, size medium and large for toiletries based on how long of trip I'll be on:

They weigh *less than half an ounce* and have a nice zipper closure. The grey one is nice because you can just make out what you're searching for inside.

Speaking of inside the pouch, I use the small 'snack size' ziploc baggies for things like pills, cotton rounds, qtips, etc. Also weigh nothing and easy to see whats inside.

They also have a nice selection of bottles for liquids:


The 0.5 oz dropper bottles work good for face wash, hand sanitizer, etc and the size is good for weekend trips. The mini jars are good for hair product and the like, and the 'tottles' are decent for shampoo/conditioner/lotion but my personal favorite right now are these 1oz containers on amazon for week-10-day trips.


They also have these little thumb toothbrushes:

but I think I prefer the one from zpacks (again, I keep it in a snack-sized ziploc baggie). The tiny tiny toothpaste tube they include is just enough for a weekend trip otherwise a half-used travel-size tube goes in.


No affiliation with any of these links/companies, just me trying to stay light.

u/jmundella · 1 pointr/simplynailogical

These are the ones I bought, and if you scroll down there’s a section called ‘related videos’ or something. Should be two of them.

Maxdot 5 Pack 3 ml Transparent Twist Pens Empty Nail Oil Pen with Brush Tip, Cosmetic Lip Gloss Container Applicators Eyelash Growth Liquid Tube

u/colombiana85 · 1 pointr/Nails

I personally use these things all from amazon. Works amazing. I rub it on my cuticles once a day. Within a week they looked so healthy and amazing. Massage it into your cuticles for just a few minutes. So worth it.

Maxdot 5 Pack 3 ml Transparent...

USDA Organic Jojoba Oil, 100%...

Vitamin E Oil by Kate Blanc....