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SeaCliff Lets the Sun Shine In With Sun Care Components

June 4, 2012



SeaCliff’s PET bottle.
• With more consumers protecting themselves from harmful UV rays year round, sun care products are not just for the summer anymore. As a result, all SeaCliff Beauty components can be customized from the inside and out to fulfill product and aesthetic needs, according to the company.

Packaging options range from airless components with precise actuator tips for spot treating to mister and sprayers for hair and scalp protection. Additionally, SeaCliff Beauty can create PET bottles with pump, tubes or cooling sticks, and tubes and tottles are available for on-the-go products.

“This is an incredibly vast category now that sun care products exist to protect from head to toe and we have worked tirelessly to develop top-of-the-line packaging,” said Vonda Simon, founder and president of SeaCliff Beauty Packaging & Laboratories. “Our components are technologically savvy, consumer friendly, and esthetically gorgeous.”

More info:
www.seacliffbeauty.com
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