Tips on how to fill this container:
When filling quite viscous/thick products that have required heating e.g. cream, you will experience that it is difficult to fill into a jar if the product has been cooled down to room temperature. If it is at room temperature you will most likely need to spoon it into a jar - the problem with that is that the products will not look smooth on the top. To avoid this, fill your jars when the product is cooling down (approx. between 40 - 30 degrees Celsius. If that is not possible you can reheat the product until it becomes pourable. If the product is pourable it best filled with a spouted beaker or jug.
To fill 50ml fill just to the bottom of this jar's neck.
NB Make sure that you don't overfill your jars. If you do, then, when pressing down the lid the product spill out from under the lid. If that happens you have to wipe it off immediately with a paper towel. Also,when making a cream any product it doesn't look good if the lid has been pressed down onto the top of the product, making the lid greasy so, once again, avoid overfilling.