Toppan, a global leader in communication, security, packaging, décor materials, and electronics solutions, and Toppan Europe GmbH (Toppan Europe) will participate in Luxe Pack Monaco 2022, the premier trade show for creative packaging, from October 3 to 5.
The NEXTLOOPP project was launched by Nextek to bridge the gap in the circularity of PP
L’Oréal Group is joining a 47-strong project to create food-grade and INRT-grade recycled polypropylene (rPP) from post-consumer packaging waste.
onTop Cosmetics is First Chinese Beauty Brand to Launch Sustainable Cosmetic Packaging Made with Eastman Cristal™ Renew copolyester
In collaboration with Eastman and WWP Beauty, onTop brings its innovative Renewal Oil Cream with molecular-recycled packaging to Chinese consumers.
On June 24th, 2021, L’Oréal announced the realization of the first cosmetic bottle made from plastic entirely recycled using Carbios’ enzymatic technology and aims to put into production the bottles based on this disruptive innovation in 2025. Biotherm would be the first of the Group’s brands to launch a product in this bottle of the future.
The new Iconic Woodacity® Lipstick brings together Quadpack’s expertise in wood and Aptar’s technology in lipstick.
In an exclusive interview with Packaging360, Mr. Andy Morse, Marketing Director, Eastman Coatings and Inks, introduces the Eastman basket of products & solutions for the packaging sector.
Finnish Companies Lumene and Sulapac Collaborate To Become One of the World’s First To Sell Water-based Cosmetics in Sustainable Packaging That Leaves No Traces Behind
Lumene and Sulapac routinely use material sidestreams in their innovations and draw inspiration from the no-waste reality of Finnish nature in their effort to build a future of sustainable cosmetics globally.
Today, with higher living standards and more diverse materials, brand values and philosophies can be communicated to consumers through packaging. Materials with unique artistic taste and visual impact help products stand out. And with the growing global circular economy, the market urgently demands green packaging that complies with higher environmental standards
LyondellBasell, Plastic Energy, Albéa Tubes And International Cosmetic Brand L’OCCITANE En Provence Introduce New Circular Cosmetic Packaging
LyondellBasell, Albéa Tubes and L’OCCITANE en Provence have recently launched groundbreaking cosmetic tubes and caps for L’OCCITANE en Provence’s “almond” range, supporting the circular economy. The packaging is made by Albéa Tubes with CirculenRevive polymers from LyondellBasell.
Its formulas honor ingredients of natural origin that are renewable and have reduced environmental impact. They contain up to 97% ingredients of natural origin*** without compromising effectiveness, safety or sensory quality. The eco-design packaging includes sustainable Sulapac material, and faithful to the House of CHANEL’s exacting standards, every detail was considered.
A critical analysis over existing solutions and an approach for sustainabale cosmetic packaging using wood-based closure applications