Everything you need to know about our Environment Week event. 🌎
From June 5–11, we're celebrating our planet and everything she's given us with 20% off all My Supply Co. tools and supplements.*
Without the Earth, our humble single-planet species wouldn't have the views we love to 'gram, foods we love to indulge in, and medicines we seek to heal. But like with anything, we cannot in good conscience take from the Earth without giving back.
So, we're offering you an extra 30% off (50% off total) for upcycling My Supply Co. glass bottles and jars.
To claim this offer, tag us on Instagram showing us the fun and practical ways you repurpose our jars, and share a screenshot of your post or story via live chat. Your profile must be public to be considered. 🤗
If you aren't sure where or how to start upcycling, here's a list of fun and easy ideas you can implement right now.
*Promotion applies to My Supply Co. brand only.
- Use jars as storage for leftovers instead of using plastic bags or plastic containers. For example, we never use the entire can of tomato paste at once, and storing it in a small glass jar in the fridge keeps it fresh until it gets used up.
- Use jars to store spices, flour, corn starch, parmesan, pasta, cocoa, beans, coffee, sugar, etc.
- Use jars to hold homemade goods—like homemade nut butter, hummus, salad dressings, applesauce, etc.
- Use larger jars for plants (check out this fun tutorial to spice your jars up)
- Use smaller jars for candles
- Use jars as pencil holders
- Jars of all sizes can be converted into oil lamps for ambient, off-the-grid lighting
- Small jars and tincture bottles for homemade skin care, like deodorant, muscle rubs, creams, and coffee + coconut oil brown sugar scrub
- Jars of all sizes as pet treat containers
- Bathroom organization (q-tips, cotton balls, cotton pads)
- Soap dispenser (bathroom, kitchen)
- Jars of all sizes as water jars when painting
- For making overnight oats or pudding
What is upcycling?
Upcycling, also known as creative reuse, is the process of transforming by-products, waste materials, useless, and unwanted products into new materials or products perceived to be of greater quality, such as artistic value or environmental value.
Glass is the only packaging material to receive the FDA's highest designation of GRAS—or Generally Recognized As Safe. And, because we use amber glasses, these work better at preserving sensitive contents, such as homemade skin care or perishable foods.