A royal appearance

November 30, 2018

Packaging Solutions

 

The high quality construction and on-shelf appeal of the RPC Bramlage Division’s Empress and Diamond jar ranges have provided the ideal solution for a range of premium skincare products from leading manufacturer La mer Cosmetics AG.

 

Both the 50 ml Empress and 15 ml Diamond jars have been selected for La mer’s Advanced Skin Refining and Med Stress Balance creams. The 50 ml size is being used for day and night versions of the creams, while the 15 ml size is the perfect solution for both an eye cream in the Advanced Skin Refining range and a promotional pack for the Med Stress Balance cream.

 

 

Key to the high quality appearance of the jars is the double walled construction, which can be tailored to the precise requirements of each product. For the Med Stress Balance jars and the 50 ml Advanced Skin Refining jar, the inner jar is produced in polypropylene and the outer in SAN, while for the eye cream the 15ml jar features an outer layer in PMMA.

 

A choice of decoration techniques enables both ranges to create their own distinctive impression on-shelf while maintaining an overall family image. The Advanced Skin Refining jars are produced in natural material enhanced by an inner lacquering in blue, with silk screen printing of product branding. The caps feature silver hot foil stamping. The day and night creams in the Med Stress Balance range are distinguished by white and blue colours with silk screen printing. Caps are produced in matching colours with the cap for the 50 ml jar also incorporating a hot foil stamped silver ring.

 

All the jars deliver a luxurious thick walled effect for maximum shelf impact and premium brand image, while the use of lightweight and shatterproof materials offers safety and functionality for the consumer and throughout the supply chain.

 

 

 

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