What do you think of a biodegradable bath bomb container?

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Hello everyone! I am looking to bring clear bath bomb and individual melt containers into my line that are 100% plant based biodegradable. The only thing is that they would look like condiment cups. The good news is that they would only be about $.50 each. Wondering how people would feel about the shape?

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i already thought about packing my BBs in something like that but did not start to look for a distributor yet. can they be closed somehow?
 

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I don't do BB just because people just go to walmart or the $1 store to get them :rolleyes:.
But Bio-degradable would be good. Only bad thing is that it will up the price we would have to charge.
Better to have Recyclable plastic if you have to.
I think most people use shrink wrap tho
 
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Hello everyone! I am looking to bring clear bath bomb and individual melt containers into my line that are 100% plant based biodegradable. The only thing is that they would look like condiment cups. The good news is that they would only be about $.50 each. Wondering how people would feel about the shape?

Thanks in advance!
I would be interested if they are 100 percent biodegradable NOT just recyclable.

Could be used for other things?
 

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So would these containers go into the bath with the bath bomb, or not? My mind went there when you said they were melt-able. I ask this because I wouldn't want to add what I perceive as trash (bio-degradable or not, I would perceive it as trash) into my bath. And I'd be concerned about storage if they are melt-able. With the high humidity of bathrooms, even in the best of conditions, I would not expect they would store well at all. So what kind of water-proof packaging would you use?

I see a long-term storage issue for a melt-able container.
 

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Hello everyone! I am looking to bring clear bath bomb and individual melt containers into my line that are 100% plant based biodegradable. The only thing is that they would look like condiment cups. The good news is that they would only be about $.50 each. Wondering how people would feel about the shape?

Thanks in advance!
That is a great idea, my soap packaging is biodegradable.
For the shape I think that would be cool, the shape would be very unique and different.
 

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Thanks for the feedback everyone. It is something that we are still looking into but the supply line has dried up. And I won't be able to get them in the near future.
 

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