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Cosmetic Packaging Group Presents Carelis Collection

April 30, 2008

Cosmetic Packaging Group Presents Carelis Collection

Cosmetic Packaging Group Presents Carelis Collection

The Cosmetic Packaging Group, a division of O.Berk Company, introduced a new line of flint glass perfume bottles, the Carelis Collection.  These square-shaped bottles for perfumes and colognes are available in 30-, 50- and 100ml sizes; all with 15mm crimp neck finishes. The Carelis Collection can be further enhanced with optional frosting, ceramic decorating and labeling.  More info:

Cylinder Pump By Continental

Add a twist to personal care packaging using the Cylinder Pump from Continental. The overhead cap pops up with one quick twist for dispensing, and after use, the top twists back down in place. There are no caps to fumble with, and no chance of spilling valuable product. The Cylinder Pump is available in three sizes (15-, 30- and 50ml), three body styles (clear, frosted, opaque) and two head styles (gold and silver). More info:

Qosmedix’s Orbital Sprayer & Bottle

Make your salon more hygienic with Qosmedix orbital sprayer and 12oz. bottle. The new trigger sprayer with coordinating 12oz. bottle can be operated sideways and even upside down without flow interruption. The sprayer tip twists from the secure “off” position to varying levels of mist and stream spraying options. Funnels can be used to transfer solutions from larger containers to this 28/400 threaded collar combination for more manageability. More info:

Dieter Bakic Enterprises Safeguards Originality

The Munich-based packaging company DieterBakicEnterprises has been concerned with product piracy for a long time. The company often grants a license to use a design for a certain market or segment. According to the company, its packaging solutions are more than the mere sum of technical characteristics. A team supports the industry to create brand values. Through customizing, the experts harmonize packaging to create a bespoke look. Consumers demand stimulating cosmetic products that stress quality allover. The extensive design family Kyoto embodies the full-service concept of DieterBakicEnterprises. More info:
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