Packages and closures for packaging

Meet the airless packaging and its magic!

Meet the airless packaging and its magic!
No air, full functionality!

Not long ago we described essential functions of a packaging. It should mainly protect the cosmetic product, provide easy application, be appealing to the eye and eco-friendly. Now we are going to focus on airless packaging. It not only perfectly fulfils the above mentioned functions, but thanks to its synergy effect it offers even more!

No air! No pollution!

Airless packaging is mainly used for white cosmetic products – face and eye creams, toothpastes or washing emulsions, but also for medical and paramedical products used in, for example, podiatry or beauty salons.
Manufacturers choose this type of packaging when they want to avoid contact between the medium and external environment. Once a properly selected closure in an airless packaging is closed under sterile production conditions, it cannot be opened again without breaking the packaging. Hence, the manufacturers and customers can be sure that the product will not be contaminated at the use stage. Uncontrolled contact with air, oil, dead skin cells or germs transferred via fingers could negatively impact the cosmetic’s properties and decrease its shelf life. Because airless packaging’s closure is airtight, the manufacturers may limit the use of preservatives, as the impact of the external factors reacting with the medium is substantially minimised. 

‘Til the last drop!

Airless packaging allows us to use every drop of the product. It doesn’t matter if our consumers are into minimalism, zero-waste trend or other pro-human or pro-environment agendas – one is for sure:  they paid for the whole product and they want to use it in full. We should bear it mind when choosing the packaging. With airless packaging you are guaranteed that your product’s leftovers won’t be tossed in the trash along with the packaging.
The piston inside the bottle adheres tightly to its walls and whenever the pump is pushed down, the rising piston pushes the medium upwards. Such design is not only practical, but also efficient!

Capacity and colours – full range of possibilities!

Another important part of the packaging planning is its capacity, which should be suitable for the product type.
We offer airless packaging from 3 to 250 ml – perfect for sample cosmetics and full-sized products.
Next, you can also choose the dosage volume, which will be extracted with every pump.
The dosage should depend on the type of the cosmetic product. It will be different for eye cream and different for body lotion. Cooperation between the packaging supplier and the cosmetic manufacturer, detailed discussion of the needs and choosing the suitable offer is a recipe for a perfect combination that your satisfied  customer will return to.

Colour of the packaging is another factor that appeals to consumers. The packaging’s colourisation is limited by one thing only – our customer’s fantasy.
Consumers may be divided into four groups. There are those who analyse the product’s ingredients, those who read or listen to user opinions, those who are faithful to specific products and finally – the experimenters.
The last and the most spontaneous group poses a big challenge for producers! We can try and attract them with quality, price, packaging – its design and colour, ads and any other marketing gimmicks!

Use the packaging and care for the planet!

15% or maybe 30%? These are the available PP regranulate percentages that can make up your new product – with full quality and durability guarantee!
As one of the first European companies we have introduced packaging and cosmetic closures partially made from PCR, including airless packaging! It’s not only trendy, but also important for the future of our planet.
For now there are no alternatives to plastic, so let’s at least use the one that’s been already produced.