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Innovative Packaging for Cosmetics & Personal Care Is a Beautiful Thing
When it comes to cosmetics and personal care products, packaging can be a valuable differentiator. At PACK EXPO International and Healthcare Packaging EXPO, you’ll find packaging solutions that are compatible with your products’ unique formulations. That’s why top companies such as Colgate-Palmolive, Estée Lauder and Procter & Gamble regularly send attendees to the show.
In the Containers and Materials Pavilion, explore unique package shapes and sizes, dispensers, leakproof closures, flow controls and more for all your products—liquids, creams, gels, sticks or powders.
Talk with suppliers about solutions that enhance the customer experience, increase functionality, prevent contamination and add shelf impact.
In the PACKage Printing Pavilion, check out digital printing and converting technologies that deliver high-end looks and meet regulations.
Find potential crossover solutions—anti-counterfeiting, tamper-proofing, filling, sealing and more—from pharma industry suppliers.
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Recyclable tube brings style to hygiene
Premium toothpaste manufacturer uses the packaging itself to illustrate the importance of brushing teeth twice daily.
Mindfulness pervades sunscreen packaging
Recyclable packaging and updated graphics reflect a safe skincare brand’s authenticity.
A perfume bottle to stand the test of time
New technologies accelerating the design process allowed a watchmaker to debut bottles inspired by a classic, elongated watch face.
Baby teething biscuits bloom on shelf
An organic food company used bold, appetizing colors and fruit and veggie illustrations to differentiate its organic teething biscuit product from the competition.
Automatic bagger for diapers
A nonwovens company replaced its semi-automatic bagger with a fully automatic one to increase line capacity while cutting labor in half.
Fashionable first aid
A new first aid brand turns the product into “badges of honor,” packaging them in reusable, stackable tins in a range of bold prints, patterns, and colors.