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La-Roche Posay Works With Du Pont

July 8, 2014

Soothing skin care features special system.

Toleriane Ultra is a skin care cosmetic from La Roche-Posay, which provides intense soothing care to hypersensitive and allergic skin. Its packaging combines an innovative bag-in-bottle system with a special airless pump to protect this lotion, which is sensitive due to the complete absence of preservatives, from oxidation, drying out and penetration of contaminants.

The bag-in-bottle system consists of a strong bottle made from crystal-clear copolyester and an inner bag of highly transparent Du Pont Surlyn with an additional oxygen barrier layer. This novel design is the fruit of a joint development between DuPont Packaging & Industrial Polymers and Gaplast, Saulgrub/Germany.



Bag-in-bottle systems, developed in the 1990s, have long proved their worth when it comes to reliable storage of highly sensitive ingredients, said the company.

More info: www.dupont.com
 
 
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