I'm delving into making sugar scrubs in my product lineup, so far they are going over great! I have small 4 oz jars, and larger 8 oz jars currently. The feedback I've gotten from customers is that they don't like the smaller jars and would rather have the 8 oz or even a larger option. So I was pricing out some larger jar options and figuring out costs when it occurred to me that maybe I shouldn't be doing the pricing formula that I follow for soaps. Current method for soaps is cost including packaging x 4 - which is pretty negligible to include packaging costs as shrinkwrap bands and labels only add 2-3 cents per bar at cost. Current method for sugar scrubs is cost including packaging x4 - which now I'm thinking I shouldn't do as the cost of the jars/lids is more. I'm thinking I should do sugar scrubs cost x4 and then add packaging cost (or maybe packaging cost x2?). So what do you cool cats who make these types of items do for pricing? Part of what got me thinking this is that I found some large ball jar (plastic) containers that would be really sharp looking in a gift basket, but they're 3x more expensive than the lidded jars. When I figured out a rough retail price, it was ridiculous. Insert lightbulb moment for how I should be calculating price.