Plastic Jar With Black Screw Lid For Cosmetics
1. Material: PS
2. Color: Any colors as client's requirements.
3. Application: For holding facial cream, eye gel, eye cream and cream.
4. Artwork: Frosting, Silk-Screen Printing, Hot Stamping (gold or silver).
5. OEM service: Clients could build your unique products, as we provide full service from packing design, mold making, production control to shipping arrangement.
6. MOQ: 10,000 units for each item.
7. Packing: Packed in OPP bags each, then into a big dust-free bag, then into five-layer carton. It is strong enough to resistance to long-distance transportation and turbulence.
Good Things Come in Small Packages
In the world of health and beauty aids, free samples are essential. These bulk packages of acrylic cosmetic jars are ideal for both commercial and DIY home businesses. Each jar is made from fine quality acrylic that resists cracking, breaking, or warping. They are highly reusable and can be depended upon to safely hold thousands of items at home, school, or work.
One Size Doesn't Always Fit All
Our acrylic sample containers are available in three-gram, five-gram, and twenty-gram jars in multiple order sizes depending upon your needs. Bulk amounts are convenient for use in commercial and independent retail as free sample containers, creating a wide variety of homemade products for online sale or just for fun, as a research tool in the class room, to contain paints and other accessories in the art studio, or simply as a creative way to contain small treasures and collectibles anywhere in the home.
COMPACT SIZE ALLOWS THEM TO GO ANYWHERE. These jars fit seamlessly in your pocket, purse, handbag, pack back, or luggage. They are especially valuable when flying as bottle sizes for carry-on creams and lotions are greatly restricted.
Our acrylic jars have a thousand different uses in a thousand different fields. They can be used for mixing or sampling cosmetics such as mineralized makeup, eye shadows, lotions, lip balms, toners, creams, ointments, and acrylic powder. They can also be used in the world of food and beverage by holding loose leaf teas, coffee, herbs, spices, jams, honey, and cooking oils.
Other uses include: medication, lab and field research samples, earrings and other small jewelry, paints, glitters, and other art supplies.