The kind of perfume bottles you use for your product helps to tell customers what kind of product to expect inside. Choose from glass perfume bottles, aluminum spray bottles, and even plastic bottles to package and display your fragrance. All of these bottles feature ample space for a custom label to enhance your brand, and they are available with a variety of caps, depending on what type of application you prefer. 

Application Caps

Perfumes often come in two main application styles; sprays and roll-ons. If your fragrance is light and airy, with more floral and citrus notes, perfume spray bottles with fine mister caps are a good choice. These bottles are also used often for products marketed as body sprays and splashes, in addition to traditional perfumes. If your perfume is muskier, or you are bottling essential oils, roller ball perfume bottles may work better. Oils and perfumes made to be used in higher concentrations may also use essential oil bottles with a dropper cap to dispense a few drops at a time. 

Bottle Materials

Glass does not chemically react with the materials contained inside it, so glass perfume bottles are a good option for high-end fragrances, as you can be sure that the scent will not change over time. Similarly, aluminum will not alter the chemical components of the perfume, protecting the scent of the liquid within. Plastic containers work well for small and travel sizes cosmetic bottles, as they are more impact resistant. These types of health and beauty bottles are also often used for less expensive perfumes and body splashes.

Are There Different Bottle Shapes?

Cylindrical and bullet bottles are a popular choice for packaging larger capacity bottles, and are typically made of aluminum or plastic, making them a good option for spray fragrances and skin products that are sold in larger volumes. For higher-end perfumes, Boston round bottles, vials, or unique bulb bottles are attractive choices.

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