Sometimes the product is of the luxury, high-end sort, and the producer wants to communicate its exclusivity with the packaging. When we are talking about beauty care products like face and body cream and other expensive cosmetics, manufacturers often turn to the glass jar known as the ‘diamond jar’ as the container of choice. They know such a container will communicate a sense of luxury that reflects the quality product therein.
While diamond jars are good for many different products, they are ideal for storing high-end creams. This is true for several reasons. Foremost, the jar, with its angular, elegant shape, looks like a work of art in itself. The object, filled with perhaps high-end cream, is meant to be displayed on a vanity or prominently in the bathroom. Secondly, the jar has a wide mouth, which makes it easy to dip fingers or a tissue into the cream to get just the right amount. Moreover, the container is typically made from transparent glass. This allows the user to see the product, which may be an attractive color. That said, the jars are also available in silver and white.
Because diamond jars are attractive, quality containers, they are also versatile. What else can they be used for? Home users and lovers of the website Pintrest have no shortage of suggestions. How about trendy looking candle holders, or dishes for expensive sea-salt? Or a holder for high-end candies, buttons, or a container for premium potpourri?
The diamond jar containers we have in our portfolio at All In Packaging come in many sizes, to best suit the needs of your product. We currently have 15ml, 30ml, and 50ml sizes available. If you don’t see exactly what you want in our diamond jar, please let us know and we will do our best to accommodate you.
Diamond jars are great for manufacturers and DIY enthusiasts alike who are servicing the high end of the market. Ideal for premium and luxury category products, diamond jars are purchasable through the All In Packaging webstore. Stop by and have a look through our diamond jars and other packaging gems today.