Getting in Touch with Personal Care Packaging

Packages for health and beauty products need to be break-resistant and/or portable so the preference for plastic isn’t too surprising. By 2019, this flourishing market is projected to be worth $38.1 billion, with developing nations such as Latin America and Asia-Pacific seeing higher growth rates than developed countries.

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Antimicrobials Protect Plastic Containers For Biocides

Plastic containers used for pharmaceutical products, food packaging and many other consumer uses are prone to microbial contamination and biofilm formation. Microorganisms such as mold, mildew, algae and even yeast can impair the service life of untreated plastic containers. MicroBlok®, an additive produced by Plastics Color Corp., helps inhibit the advance of bacteria, fungi and other microbes on treated surfaces. This greatly reduces stains, odors and product deterioration that can occur in plastic containers.

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Getting Personal With Personal Care Packaging

Take a look around almost any consumer products store and you’ll find a huge “health & beauty” section filled with an array of cosmetics and personal care products packaged in brightly colored bottles, jars and compacts as brand owners seek to draw the attention of shoppers. There are cosmetics ranging from low-cost products for the average consumer to extremely high-end products for the luxury cosmetic market – many packaged in precision specialty bottles and jars.

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Getting in Touch with Personal Care Packaging

Packages for health and beauty products need to be break-resistant and/or portable so the preference for plastic isn’t too surprising. By 2019, this flourishing market is projected to be worth $38.1 billion, with developing nations such as Latin America and Asia-Pacific seeing higher growth rates than developed countries.

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