Lip Balm Tubes - These traditional twist up tubes are white and hold approximately .13 to .25 oz. of lip balm base.
Note: If ordering smaller than case quantities, containers are placed in a paper or plastic bag together before being added to the shipping box and packaged for safe delivery to you.
Are these tubes BPA FREE!? Where can I find this information!?
This agreeable this one of the best price of lip balm containers around. BUT at least 30% of the lip balms containers bought, cant twist up upon filling up them. I think it has something to do with the twisting mechanism ; considering i do use soft oils such as almond oil. And at times once twisted up it can be turned back down.
Hope this could be address
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi James! I'm sorry you were disappointed in this product. It's important to check the where the platform inside the Lip Balm Tubes is twisted to before filling the tubes. If the platform is twisted all the way up before filling it won't be able to be filled all the way and concurrently will not be able to twist up. I will email you directly to help resolve this issue.
I have ordered at least 300 tubes, and about 1 out of every 10 have burrs around the rim. They can be painful if they are missed. Overall the price is great, and I love the lip balms. Because I have an allergy to almonds, I had a hard time finding lip balm that I liked, so I started making my own. I will continue to purchase, as I try to grow my business.
I am reordering these because I loved them so much the last time! I make lip balm and paw balm (for pups) and these were perfect and affordable. Thank you :)
I was so excited to try these lip balm tubes because they are the best price around and had such great reviews, but was disappointed to find they are poor quality compared to the ones I ordered from somewhere else. After filling my tubes, one of them wouldn't twist up at all and several of them twist up, but then won't twist back down unless I apply pressure on them from the top. The twisting mechanism isn't as smooth either. Even though they are cheaper, I felt like with all the lip balms I had to throw out, it wasn't worth it in the end.
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Serena! I'm sorry this product wasn't your favorite. We've found it works well for lip balm, as seen in this Making Lip Balm Soap Queen TV episode. Adding more soft oils to your recipe, like sweet almond oil, may help them twist up easier. I'll be emailing you personally to resolve this issue!
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