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Fusion Packaging Supplies eSalon

December 3, 2013

Fusion Packaging was selected to develop a new package for hair brand eSalon. The marketer selected a 50ml airless bottle from the Flare stock collection for its new Shining Armor Renewing Treatment Oil.

This is Fusion’s first collaboration with eSalon, the unique hair color specialist brand.  It marks the entry into hair care for a Fusion stock item.

According to the company, the decoration of the Flare bottle is simple and sleek, with a contemporary look and feel with a “flared” actuator style. A hot-stamped and silk-screened eSalon logo is shown on bottle. In addition, the airless benefits of the bottle protect the advanced formula and allow for precise dosage.

More info: www.fusionpkg.com
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