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Recently, Infinity Jars, reached out to me to ask if I would review their products. Since I am very interested in getting rid of plastic containers and instead using glass jars for storage I was more than interested. After looking through their catalog I knew just what I would choose to review. It wasn’t easy to limit my selection as they offer over 70 different styles. Each infinity jar has an airtight seal and is made from premium imported European glass. The dark color blocks out light and helps to preserve the ingredients for over six months. These are the three jars I decided to review:Infinity Jars

 

15 ml Pocket-size Glass Jar

 

In the past I have shared the recipe I use for my own hand lotion. Usually I store the lotion is a small canning jar. Often I wish I had a smaller container to be able to carry with me when I travel. This 15 ml pocket-size jar is just the perfect size. With the screw top I don’t have to worry that the jar will open and spill in my bag. I can now carry a small amount with me when I go away for the weekend. This size jar would also be perfect for gift giving. I may have to stock up for Christmas!infinity jars

 

200 ml Glass Soap Dispenser Bottle

 

I enjoy having a small bottle of my own hand soap next to my kitchen sink. I had been using a pint size-canning jar with a metal lid. As you can imagine after years of use the lid was getting rather corroded. hand lotionThis 200ml glass soap dispenser bottle is the perfect replacement. It sits nicely next to the sink and dispenses the perfect amount of hand soap.infinity jars

 

500 Ml Square Glass Bottle with Oil Spout

 

I cook with a lot of olive oil and enjoy having a small bottle close to my stove. This 500 ml square glass bottle has an airtight seal and with the ultra violet filtering I can be assured that the oil will stay fresh. Plus it looks much more elegant than that a large bottle of olive oil sitting on the counter!infinity jars

 

I am so thankful that Infinity Jars reached out to me. Be sure to check out their website and take a look at their awesome collection of  jars! The next time I’m making a batch of hand lotion or lip balm you can be sure that I will be placing an order with them! The small jars would make perfect gifts of my homemade lotions! Check their out page on Instagram as well for other ideas on how to use their wonderful jars!

 

I was approached by Infinity Jars to review their products in a post and was sent several jars to review.  The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely mine. For more information check out my disclosure page.

 

5 comments on “Infinity Jars

ColleenB.~Texas on March 7, 2017 2:59 pm

Great looking bottles. Especially like the oil spout bottle

ColleenB.~Texas on March 7, 2017 3:18 pm

Also wanted to mention; next time if you use a metal jar lid, rub a little Vaseline around the inside rim of the metal lid and that will protect it from getting rusty, plus will be easier to open.
I do the same with my small 8 oz. paint containers (oops paint that have the screw on lids). I clean off the inside lid rim as well as the rim around the paint container and so much easier opening them up.

Nancy Wolff on March 7, 2017 3:19 pm

Colleen,
That’s a wonderful tip! Thanks for sharing!

Nancy Wolff on March 7, 2017 3:20 pm

Colleen,
I’m loving the oil bottle, the spout makes it so handy for cooking!

Deborah W. on March 7, 2017 4:02 pm

This sounds like a great alternative to plastic. Always looking for products that are good for us and the environment. Thanks for the review.

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