Supplier's Corner

Colt’s Packaging Showcases Eastman’s Cosmetic Ingredients

July 10, 2006

A cosmetic cream containing Nutrilayer, a non-GMO rice bran oil ingredient developed by Eastman Chemical Company, is now packaged in a sleek, glossy jar produced by Colt’s Plastics. The two companies teamed to create a new container for Nutrilayer creams using The Glass Polymer, a material Colt’s Plastics often uses for personal care industry clients. The package substance has proven to be moldable and compatible with various elements yet its clarity and overall visually pleasing shape appeal to the target audience.
Like the product itself, the package is modern and functional while maintaining a glamorous finish. More info: www.coltsplastics.com; or www.eastman.com.
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