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there are some liquids where not wise to decant into 100ml bottles, unless these are well labelled

eg been cases reported of mistaking eye drops for other nastier liquids
 

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You'd think someone would have spotted an opportunity here. Travel size kits of things!
 

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Kiwi Flyer said:
there are some liquids where not wise to decant into 100ml bottles, unless these are well labelled

eg been cases reported of mistaking eye drops for other nastier liquids

And contaminants finding their way into things like eye drops/contact lense cleaning solutions.

I believe you can buy 100ml bottles from some travel stores, and also in some of the "$2 type discount" stores.

Some chemists can sell you small bottles of various medical liquids. Normal retail stores don't tend to offer <100Ml bottles of most healthcare items.
 
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oz_mark said:
You'd think someone would have spotted an opportunity here. Travel size kits of things!

Some of the upper end emn's products have travel bottles as giveaways - I have a heap of jurlique stuff (well abotu 6 shaving gels).
 
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