The Procter & Gamble Company has announced it is testing the first all-paper tube package for select Old Spice and Secret aluminum-free deodorants this May at 500 Walmart stores in the US.
L’Oréal said that it has launched a sustainability program “L’Oréal for the future”, laying down the Group’s latest set of ambitions for 2030.
High-quality cosmetic active ingredients with a freshness kick and rapid effect packaged in ampoules from Gerresheimer
Active ingredient or beauty applications are reliably and germ-free packaged in glass ampoules.
New trends the packaging industry is adopting to take on various functions (which vary from storage to branding) expected from the packaging of a product.
As a leading producer of glass packaging for cosmetic products, Gerresheimer is committed to driving sustainability in the sector. Gerresheimer has been successfully producing glass with a high proportion of post-consumer recycled (PCR) material for over 10 years in Momignies, Belgium
The cosmetic foundation is one of the basic makeup essentials. There are a number of different foundations available to consumers these days based on formulation and skin types.
Developed by the L’Oréal Technology Incubator, Perso’s sleek device, which stands 6.5 inches high and weighs just over one pound, features a streamlined four-step process to deliver on-the-spot skincare and cosmetic formulas that optimize for increasing levels of personalization over time.
The Indian glassmaker supplies the premium perfume glass bottle markets in Europe and the USA and has seen its market share grow at a rate of 20% a year recently
AGI glaspac, a leading container glass maker, will invest up to ?130 crore in technology upgrades that will see its capability to produce lighter bottles and reuse glass, get a big shot in the arm.
As part of their partnership for responsible packaging innovation, L’Oréal and Albéa announce the development of a breakthrough innovation for cosmetic packaging. The two companies have invented the first carton-based cosmetic tube, where plastic is for the most part replaced with a bio-based and certified paper-like material.