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THE COBALT BLUE GLASS ROLLER BOTTLE WITH BLACK CAP IS THE PERFECT CONTAINER FOR YOUR FAVORITE FRAGRANCE
These 10ml essential oil bottles can be used as containers for perfume oils, essential oils, lip gloss or home remedies. It is highly resistant to breakage caused by dropping. The tightly fitting black cap ensures the content is safe and intact from most external storage factors. With the roll-on neck, it provides a profound mechanism to precisely dispense liquids in small amounts. This glass roller bottle is highly recommended for the containment of liquid ointments. Applying the liquids on the skin and any surface of interest is easy and effective with the roll-on tip.
These Cobalt Blue 10ml essential oil bottles are now offered at a surprisingly low price. Buy in bulk to make a more lucrative trade.
Try this recipe: Roll-on Tension Headache Remedy
10 drops each of Lavender and Chamomile essential oils
10 ml ( 1/3 oz) carrier oil (coconut oil, sweet almond oil)
10 ml roll-on bottle
Remove the top of the roll-on bottle and the roller stop.
Pour the essential oils into the roller bottle first.
Then pour in the carrier oil to within a stoppers length of the top.
Put the roller stop back in and tightly cap.
To use: roll on temples, neck, and shoulders and enjoy the relief!
The shipping is expensive, but still cheaper than buying elsewhere. It would be nice if the blue was available in other bottle sizes. I had to buy brown in 8 and 16 oz
Loved these until now I've had several of the balls fall out. Most after only being rolled a few times.
Beautiful bottles! I've even gotten compliments on the bottles themselves, not just what's in them!
GREAT SERVICE, FAST AND GOOD QUALITY
The product is great, and packaged well! I wasn't exactly impressed with the shipping though. I ordered oils from Edens Garden on the same day as my bottle order and the bottles took twice as long to get to me. This was my first time ordering from GBO and I will order again because the prices are great, just wish the shipping wasn't so slow.