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Lumson Debuts TAG Luxea



Published March 7, 2014
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Lumson’s TAG is the first airless system in a glass bottle and the only packaging that combines the advantages of airless technology to the beauty of a glass bottle, contends the company, who is expanding the line with the new TAG Luxea.

“We were inspired by a stylish and feminine design and we enriched it with TAG technology to offer our clients a new ‘Shapes of Beauty,’ said CEO Matteo Moretti. “Thanks to our designers, we gained an amazing result. TAG Luxea stands out with its thick based glass bottle, its beautiful decoration options and highly customizable accessorizes.”

According to Lumson, the real touch of class comes from its original design. The bottle and accessorizes have a semispherical shape, which is spaced out of two flat surfaces. Despite this exclusive design, TAG Luxea can still be entirely decorated.

Lumson Group technicians were determined to be able to customize the glass bottle using the entire available surface and by making the decoration with the ceramic screen printing, this special technology gives the graphic designs an unequalled strength and sparkle. Another wonderful decoration, specifically developed for the TAG, is the “Glass Enhancer” an
inner spray lacquering created to enhance the glass bottle, and also customizable with pearl or metalized colors.

TAG Luxea is available in 30 and 50ml sizes, perfect for Skin care and Make up textures. This unique packaging will be able to satisfy even those customers who require accurate distribution and a high protection of their formulas.

More info: www.lumson.com
 


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