Upcycling Empty Leahlani Jars + Bottles

Upcycling Empty Leahlani Jars + Bottles

Some fun ideas that will make you think twice before tossing these pretties into the recycling bin 

Once you’ve gotten to the last dollop or spritz of your favorite Leahlani product, what do you do with those pretty jars and bottles? You could always throw them into the recycling bin, but where’s the fun in that? Instead, why don’t you try one of these cute ideas for up-cycling them around your home (after rinsing them out, of course). 

Short Jars

From Mermaid Mask, Meli Glow & Bless Balm

These shorties are great little containers for lunches and snacks. Fill them up with fresh berries, homemade hummus, or almonds and keep them around at work to curb afternoon cravings.

For the DIYers out there, these jars make the perfect vessel for pouring homemade candles. Simply melt some soy wax flakes, mix in your favorite essential oils, drop a wick in the jar and pour.

Not the crafty type? These jars are also the perfect size for a tea candle. Instant drip-free ambiance! 

Tall Jars

From Honey Love & Kokoleka

These tall jars make fab containers and organizers for anything on your vanity. Use them to hold Q-tips, cotton pads, makeup brushes or your toothbrush.

They can also be used as an adorable planter for a small succulent. Make a couple and add a little green to your workspace.

Small Bottles

From our Serums & Elixirs

These bottles make the sweetest mini vases for fresh flowers and greenery. Place them around your kitchen sink, on your bedside table, on your desk or in the guest bathroom – they instantly brighten and cheer up any room.

Large Bottles

From our Toners and Kalima

We recommend reusing the spritzer bottles to make your own DIY room sprays. These can be left in the bathroom, in the car, or anywhere that needs freshening up every once in a while. Pick your favorite essential oils (we love eucalyptus or spearmint) and add a few drops to filtered water with a little alcohol. Shake well, then spritz to your heart’s content.  

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