October 01, 2021 2 min read

Our Keeper Bottles have sold out! But never fear, new and improved Keepers are on their way.

The past 9 months have been such an incredible journey. Since launching our products in December, we have learnt so much and it’s all thanks to you – our beloved community. ❤️

You have shared with us why you love us, what you want to see next from the Daily Routine, and most importantly, how we can improve as a sustainability-focussed and Aussie-owned business.

We cannot thank you enough for sharing your generous feedback. We can’t wait to show you all the exciting things in our product pipeline, including...

Our brand new Keeper Bottles!

The new and improved Keeper Bottles are currently being produced here in Melbourne, Australia, and are made from post-consumer recycled plastic (rPET). rPET is plastic that has been gathered from landfill and the ocean. It is remade into pellets which we, alongside other businesses, can then use to create new products. Those products can then be recycled again, and again and again, maintaining the integrity of our Keeper Bottle’s name – because she’s a genuine keeper.

If you are currently using one of our Keeper Bottles, we encourage you to keep using it!

Stay tuned for our next announcement, and in the meantime make sure you are signed up to our mailing list so that you receive an exclusive offer when we launch in just one week!

Got any questions? See a few of our FAQs below, and if you can’t find what you’re looking for (or just wanna say g’day), feel free to email us at


What should I do with my current Keeper Bottle?

If your Keeper Bottle is still in perfect condition, the answer is simple: keep using it!

However, if it’s time for a newbie, try giving up-cycling a crack! The bottles look so beautiful as vases, jewellery holders or paint palettes (especially if you have artistic little ones around)!

Alternatively, you can send your Keeper Bottle back to us and we’ll make sure it gets recycled the right way. Send us an email and we’ll send you a prepaid postage slip.


Why don’t you use glass bottles?

Some of our customers ask us why we use plastic bottles as opposed to glass, and that’s totally fair enough! The reason we choose to use rPET is because one of our new products (comingvery soon!) is designed to be kept in the shower… and glass in the shower? It’s a hard no from us.


What will be the difference between the new Keeper Bottle and the one I currently have?

The new Keeper Bottle is made locally from recycled plastic and will be a significantly better quality (there’s nothing like that smooth soap pump experience, right?!).

We are also adding a fill line to indicate where you should stop filling the bottle with water. This will give the pods the room they need to breathe and will help them dissolve faster.

And did we mention these are made locally? Yep, they're made right here in Melbourne, Australia!

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