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Rexam Airspray To Make HBA Announcements

August 17, 2006

Rexam Airspray will unveil two new dispensers to the U.S. market at the 14th Annual HBA Health & Beauty America Show, held at the Jacob Javits Convention Center, New York City, Sept. 12-14th at booth 1915.
First of the new products is the EZi Foamer, an easy-to-use, no-drip, water-resistant “one-hand” dispenser that is an appealing new choice for makers of high-output bath and shower products such as body washes, shampoos and soaps for adults and children. Technological features will be announced at the show itself.
The second new product is the new generation Symplicity lotion pump, which offers a 2ml output and 24/410 neck, making it of particular interest for a wide variety of personal care applications, such as body care, sun care, baby and kids’ products, and bath and shower lotions. The all-plastic pump incorporates water resistant capabilities.
According to company officials, the new Symplicity pump
underscores the company’s ability to provide multiple output options and
help customers differentiate their products on the shelves.
In addition, the company will announce the winner of the 2006 Airspray Formulation Challenge: Sun Care (SPF20+) and After-Sun. The second annual challenge is designed to unleash the creativity of product developers and underscore the potential of foaming products within the sun care sector.
Awards for this year will include both a corporate award of €10,000 ($12,500), and a spring trip for two to Holland during Tulip Time as a personal award for the formulator.
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