New Packages

TricorBraun Helps Revive Salon Selectives

June 23, 2008

Salon Selectives, one of the leading mass market hair care brands in the 1980s and 1990s, has made a comeback. The brand’s new owner, SSB, turned to TricorBraun for modern packaging that would match the line’s updated formulas and new products. TricorBraun provided an 8-oz., high-density polyethylene Elegante bottle with an extender pump for a new root-lifting spray. The hair freshener is mounted on a blister card and is sold in a 1.7-oz. PET G bottle with a spray pump.  In addition, 1.7-oz. PET G bottles house the split-end mender and smoothing serum. The weightless foam is packaged in an 8-oz. colored PET bottle with a foamer pump and the molding wax is packed in a 2-oz. SAN jar with a polypropylene lid. TricorBraun also provided the labels, coordinated the package labeling and supervised the color matching for SSB.  More info:
blog comments powered by Disqus
  • Change Is in the Air

    Change Is in the Air

    Doreen Wang, BrandZ ||October 3, 2016
    Technology is changing the personal care market

  • Skin Care of One’s Own

    Skin Care of One’s Own

    Christine Esposito, Associate Editor||October 3, 2016
    Nu Skin’s ageLOC Me—which melds the worlds of smart-phone technology, efficacious ingredients and personalization

  • Proof Positive

    Proof Positive

    Christine Esposito, Associate Editor||October 3, 2016
    Testing service providers enable companies to back up their claims and stay in compliance with regulations.