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Reuse your Nectar Bottle with Basic Refill

Reuse your Nectar Bottle with Basic Refill

We are excited to announce that we are partnering with local business Basic Refill

Basic Refill is a shop located on Hornby Street at the seawall. The shop offers affordable refills of home cleaning and body care products that are biodegradable, non-toxic, and plant derived. The majority of the products offered are Canadian and produced by local family-owned businesses. Customers are able to bring in any reusable container to be filled or purchase one at the shop. 

The shop offers:

  • All purpose cleaner 
  • Dish soap
  • Laundry liquid
  • Shampoo & conditioner 
  • Hand & body cream 
  • Pure essential oils 

And much more!

We are offering an ongoing promotion in partnership with Basic Refill that will allow you to make use of your beautiful Nectar glass bottles and save money on your next juice! 

1. Take your Nectar bottles to Basic Refill, choose products to fill them with and receive 15% off your purchase!  

2. While at Basic Refill, grab a Nectar Business card with the Basic Refill stamp and present it to us next time you're buying a juice to receive 15% off! 

Refill costs vary between $3-$10 for a 500ml fill, depending on which product you choose. 

 Nectar Bath Salt Blend 

Erica of Basic Refill has created a special Bath Salt Blend for Nectar. This blend will be available for $8 to anyone who brings in an empty Nectar bottle. 

Nectar Bath Salt Blend Ingredients:

  • Epsom salt
  • Himalayan salt
  • Sea salt
  • Baking soda
  • White kaolin clay
  • Essential oils of rosewood & frankincense 
  • Rose petals

Please visit Basic Refill to explore alternatives to harmful household chemicals and wasteful packaging. Extend the life of your Nectar glass bottle by giving it a new home in your kitchen or bathroom! 


103 - 1625 Hornby Street, Vancouver
Mon - Fri  CLOSED
Saturday   11:00am - 7:00pm
  Sunday     11:00am - 5:30pm 

With Love and Nectar, 
Liza @liza.jane.c

Photography by  Alexa Mazzarello.

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