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Caudalie Selects Lumson’s TAG System

October 16, 2013

The TAG System Deluxe is the new packaging for Caudalie’s Premier Cru – La Crème (50ml) and La Crème Riche (15ml). Premier Cru is the first cosmetic product that combines, the beauty and the science, luxe and ethic for one single and unique blend of “jeunesse at beauté,” according to the brand.

Only with the TAG System, patented and manufactured in Italy by Lumson, can the Premier Cru formulas be protected, because only the TAG System can combine the preciousness and the beauty of glass with all the technical advantages of an airless system, noted Lumson.

Lumson developed a new version of the TAG System, called Deluxe, to make the packaging even more elegant and refined. This new luxurious range has a thicker glass base and walls to add additional brilliance to what was already a stunning pack, according to Lumson.

More info: www.lumson.com
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