Cosmetic containers expand to a range of jars, Cosmetic Bottles, pots, tubes, pens, compacts and liquid dispensing solutions. Each container offers a different design and solution; however, in the world of ‘cosmetic containers’, each product sits under the skincare, hair and beauty categories. This article will explore the different types of cosmetic containers available in the packaging industry. Raepak offers an extensive range of distinctive packaging products that enable us to explore innovations and keep an eye on exciting designs that are beneficial to the current market cycle.
Cosmetic Jar Containers
Cosmetic containers in the form of jars are perfect for skincare and beauty products. Cosmetic Jars can contain gels, creams, lotions and deep skin cleansing products. Most jar containers come with a shive (a flat plastic shelf that fits inside the jar) used to keep the contents free from foreign debris (dust & germs). Moreover, jars are designed with airtight lids, which keep the contents fresh and ready for future use.
Raepak use a range of materials in the range of jars available;
PP Jars – Recyclable – Soft or hard plastic effect
PET Jars – Recyclable – Glass, hard or soft plastic finish
SANS Jars – Non-Recyclable – Glass, hard effect plastic
ACRYLIC Jars – Non-Recyclable – used for luxury brands and high-profile cosmetics.
Cosmetic Bottle Containers
Cosmetic Glass Bottle containers can be produced as airless recyclable containers or a high-end luxury acrylic bottles. Acrylic bottles look fantastic with a matching jar and can store nourishing body lotions or face creams. PP airless bottles can also store creams and lotions. However, they are cheaper to produce and lighter in raw plastic material. Cosmetic Plastic Bottles are seen as a hybrid between both full acrylic and pp airless containers.
PP Airless Bottles – Recyclable – All products
ACRYLIC Bottles – Non-Recyclable – Luxury products
AIRLESS Acrylic Bottles – Non-Recyclable – Luxury products.
Cosmetic Tube packaging containers come in different shapes, colors, materials and profiles. Cosmetic tubes are manufactured from high-quality materials, including AS, ABS, PETG, and PCTG. Each item is designed to work with makeup for the beauty & cosmetics industry. Furthermore, cosmetic containers are manufactured to have an excellent quality finish and be competitively priced.
Currently, there is clamor worldwide to use Green Containers packaging in the cosmetics industry, largely driven by consumer and e-commerce trends.
What Is Sustainable Cosmetic Packaging?
Eco Friendly Bottles cosmetic packaging consists of beauty product packaging material that later on gets processed according to the 3Rs—reduce, reuse and recycle. Other important characteristics are biodegradability and being organic.
Refillable also comes to mind because reuse can mean something else, like “repurposing.” The bottom line, the goal for substituting these materials is to lessen the volume of single-use packaging in the industry.
The longevity, efficacy, and ease of use of skincare largely depend on what it sits in. To ensure optimal utilization of products, a genius form of packaging has begun to penetrate the market.
We are talking about airless pump bottles — they are the real game changer! Read on to find out what these are, how to use one, and why we use them at Yours. Unlike the usual dispensers that make use of tubes or straws to Pumps products out, an airless pump bottle works with a vacuum mechanism.
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