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New Amanda Tottles from Lumson

April 4, 2013

• In order to expand its range of standard packaging solutions for the cosmetic and personal care market, Lumson launched a new range of plastic tottles dedicated to skin care and makeup. The new Amanda tottles, with an unmistakable Italian design, have a slight concavity at the top that gives elegant ergonomics to the pack, and allows more comfort when applying by the final consumer, said the company. Lumson’s design team also developed a new “Amanda” screw cap specifically studied to follow the shape of the bottle in order to create a unique object of design, it added. Amanda tottles can be manufactured in PE or in PE with a soft touch effect, and can be customized with different colors and decorated with Lumson’s screen printing. Lumson can customize the screw cap with different colors and metalizations.

Lumson’s latest includes plastic tottles for cosmetic and skin care applications.

More info:
www.lumson.com
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