Glass cosmetic jars

The cosmetic jar family is called ‘cosmetic’ because its jar series serve as the ideal primary packaging for products intended for cleansing, beautifying and promoting an enhanced appearance such as creams, balms, masks, salves or butters. Though, the name is not intended to limit the usage of these durable containers to only cosmetics as, they can also be used to store seeds, flowers, spices and much more. MIRON offers the round cosmetic jars in various models and sizes with a volume capacity varying from 5 ml (0.17 -oz) up to 200 ml (7-oz). Depending on the product type, volume and design required, it is possible to choose between three design series: Wide, Standard or Child resistant.


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Child resistant


Glass cosmetic jars

MIRON Violetglass offers a wide range of bottles and jars with accompanying closures, lids, covers, pumps, pipettes, and other accessories to customers in over 70 countries. MIRON glass is widely recognized as the ideal packaging for companies selling natural cosmetics, esoteric oils, olive oil, honey, tea, spices, water, flower essences, CBD, superfoods, vitamin supplements, homeopathic medications, and many other natural products. MIRON helps businesses with their total packaging solution, with a high service and fast delivery as a result of most of our products are in stock. Interested? Get your quote!


Cosmetics and cosmetic jars

The EU Cosmetics directive defines a cosmetic as “any substance or preparation intended to be placed in contact with the various external parts of the human body or with the teeth and the mucous membranes of the oral cavity (the mouth) with a view exclusively or mainly to cleaning them, perfuming them, changing their appearance and/or correcting body odors and/or protecting them or keeping them in good condition.” Cosmetics have been used by people for thousands of years. In Ancient Egypt for example, men and woman used cosmetics to soften their skin or to darken their eyelids. Times at which the first use of Violet glass vessels can also be traced back. By promoting the use of Violet Glass, MIRON wants to support the transition towards natural cosmetics and the reduction of the use of chemicals and preservatives without compromising quality and shelf live. Next to quality and the increase of the product shelf life, the style and elegance of the primary packaging plays an immense role in the cosmetic industry. Now, you probably understand better why cosmetics and MIRON’s violet colored glass have such a close relationship.