A critical analysis over existing solutions and an approach for sustainable cosmetic packaging using wood-based closure applications

 

INTRO

At a gaze into their bathrooms, consumers quickly notice that there is a large amount of plastic being used in cosmetics packaging. This clearly shows the extent and importance of cosmetics packaging for today’s industry. Cosmetics manufacturers are facing a major challenge. Cosmetic packaging should protect the product, look beautiful and be sustainable at the same time.

Does the existing approach ‘reduce’, ‘reuse’, ‘recycle’ provide a comprehensive solution for the packaging dilemma? Following white paper  describes  how we understand and design products to fit a circular packaging economy.

 

Download White Paper to read more.

 

Jonas Wurster
Jonas Wurster

Jonas Wurster is Business Development Manager at Rezemo, Stuttgart

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