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Qosmedix Unveils

March 9, 2006

Qosmedix of Edgewood, NY introduced a frosted polypropylene bubble jar for packaging of cosmetic and personal care products. The rounded 1.35fl.oz. frosted finish jar is available with a black or white cap. Addtional custom sizes, colors and silk screening are available.
The company also has a domed blending brush, developed for smoothing away harsh lines in makeup application on the face. The brush is made of soft goat hair bristles with an aluminum ferrule and frosted handle. According to Qosmedix, they are an economical choice for a promotional give-away and can be customized with a company name or logo.
In addition, Qosmedix offers a family of attractive, flexible mixing bowls, designed for mixing masks, dyes and other products. They are made of PVC and have a large base for greater stability. They can be folded for easy pouring and turned inside out to ensure all the contents are used. The bowls are washable and reusable. Both the 350ml and 600ml sizes are available in transparent red, blue, yellow, purple, green and clear.
The spatulas have finger grips designed to reduce hand and wrist stress and are available in white, blue, gray, mauve, purple and yellow.
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