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Opalis Taps Lumson For New Product

December 3, 2012

Hair care brand brings visual impact with botle.

French hair care brand Opalis selected a bottle from Lumson’s Slim Collection for its L'Huile product. The Opalis philosophy is to carry into its products the atmosphere from its spa near the center of Paris.

For this reason, Opalis's management has opted for a packaging with a strong visual impact: the glass bottle, with a cylindrical shape, has been decorated with black screenprinting and ceramic gold screenprinting, while its graphic decoration shows light and shadow effects. In addition, the dispensing system specifically designed to offer female consumers an easier usage is guaranteed by the Lumson AB 277 pump and the solid black version of the Horizon overcap.
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