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SeaCliff Now Offers Bamboo Packaging

October 1, 2012


Bamboo is all the rage right now in beauty product packaging.
• Eco-friendly products are taking over and brands are revamping their packaging to meet the needs of an eco-chic generation. SeaCliff Beauty offers many different types of cosmetic and skin components that integrate the use of bamboo, which has a very high biodegradable rate.

Bamboo, which has been used in China for 5,000 years, is the fastest growing woody plant in the world. It can be harvested in just three to seven years, making it a highly renewable material.

“We want to offer our clients the latest and greatest in cosmetic packaging,” said Vonda Simon, owner and president of SeaCliff Beauty Packaging & Laboratories. “Eco-friendly packaging is popular in the market and our company is on the lookout for innovative components to suit this trend.”

SeaCliff Beauty offers many different types of cosmetic and skin components that integrate the use of bamboo such as: palettes, compacts, lipstick, lipgloss, mascara, jars, bottles and caps. The bamboo can be created as an over shell to be placed over a part of the packaging or molded into a part.

Customized packaging and detail can be laser-etched or silk screened embossed for a distinguishable product for your brand. Minimums can start as low as 5,000 pieces depending on customization and decoration.

More info: www.seacliffbeauty.com
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