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SeaCliff Beauty Introduces New Double Wall Airless Family

April 4, 2013

• SeaCliff Beauty Packaging & Laboratories now offers a family of airless bottle components with a variety of capacities to fit any product needs, according to the company. The component is cylindrical in shape with a slight taper toward the bottom of the bottle and to the top of the overcap. The bottles come in 15-, 30-, 40- and 120ml capacities.

The design of the bottles reflects an “east meets west” style that will differentiate a product from its competitors, SeaCliff contends. The pump’s actuator also features a slim oval nozzle to complete its unique look. The bottles can be used for an entire skin care line including the cleanser, serum, eye gel and moisturizer but can also be used for cosmetic products such as foundations and primers.

“At SeaCliff Beauty, we continue to introduce airless components that are not only effective, but that also come in a variety of styles to personalize your brand and stand out from the competition,” said Vonda Simon, owner and CEO of SeaCliff Beauty Packaging. “This double wall airless family also creates a larger size impression of the product for the customer.”

New airless offerings from SeaCliff
The airless bottle components are made out of ABS, SAN and PP material and can be injection molded, custom color sprayed or metal coated. Custom decoration, such as silkscreen and hot stamp printing, is available as well.

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