RPC Bramlage Barcelona has designed a new packaging for Spanish personal care firm Boddy’s Pharmacy Skincare.
The company developed an injection moulded jar for Boddy’s new range of products, replacing the standard 75ml thick wall jar.
RPC’s new jar includes a PCTG material, which is said to offer compatibility with cosmetic formulas.
The solution does not need a polypropylene inner section to achieve the required volume, and the complementary cap integrates an induction seal.
The jars will feature silk screen decoration in white, gold and silver to establish a family image across the range of four face masks and two anti-wrinkle creams.
In 2016, RPC Bramlage Barcelona also provided Slidissime Quarz jar for Germany-based MBR-Medical Beauty Research for its new premium face cream BioChange CEA.
The 50ml jar, bi-injected in PMMA with an ABS cap combines an advanced opening experience with airless technology that offers a better protection for the cream’s active ingredients from oxidation.
The opening of the jar is situated at the extremity of the advanced touch and slide pump and closes after each dosage to avoid air-intake and drying.
In February this year, RPC Group agreed to acquire Letica, a US-based manufacturer rigid plastic packaging and foodservice products, for $640m.
Letica is engaged in manufacturing rigid plastic packaging and foodservice products for building and construction, foodservice, food, chemical and retail end markets.
Letica operates a wide range of production processes, including injection moulding, thermoforming, paper forming and sheet extrusion.
Image: RPC Bramlage has developed new injection moulded jar for Boddy’s Pharmacy Skincare. Photo: courtesy of RPC Group Plc.