Body Scrub Packaging
Bath Salt Packaging
Body scrub packaging and bath salt packaging can be a tricky thing. Some folks will go through a soak or a scrub pretty quickly, and for others it’s an occasional indulgence. So you have to keep in mind that your soaks may sit in the bathroom for a while. The bathroom is notorious for being damp. That means that your bath salts can clump and depending what they’re made of your product could even mold. Keeping your salts and scrubs from spoiling means making sure you choose a packaging that keeps air and moisture away from your product. It’s hard to find a completely airtight container, but any jars or tubs that limit your product’s exposure to air and moisture will extend the shelf life of your product. That means things like screw top jars and bail jars that close securely and help to prevent moisture infiltration. The material that your packaging is made of matters. Salt, essential oils, some botanicals… it can all react with packaging materials. For example, you can use plastic tubs and jars to package these products, but there are only two types of plastic that won’t react with some essential oils: PET and HDPE. So check the kind of plastic that your container is made from. Some metals also react with salt or essential oils. Aluminum is one to watch out for; it can be damaged by essential oils, causing it to seep into your product. Glass is the safest non-reactive packaging, but you can also use stainless steel and PET or HDPE plastic. We have a wide selection of tubs and jars that are great packaging for body scrubs and bath salts. From plastic to glass, these are made of non-reactive materials, and come in a wide range of different sizes, styles, and even colors. If you need to choose some body scrub or bath salt packaging, check out our selection of packaging for these products. We know that our packaging is good quality and will help keep your scrubs and soaks fresh and ready to use.