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RPC Bramlage to introduce new lotion pump for cosmetic and personal care market

RPC Bramlage is set to introduce a new lotion pump for the cosmetic and personal care market at the Cosmoprof event in Bologna, Italy.

The event, which will take place in March, will also allow RPC to exhibit its products for different applications.

RPC’s new Lotus lotion pump features customisable outer body, which offers options for different surface finishes and decoration effects.

The company has designed the new pump to help end-user dispense an accurate 1.5ml dose of product with minimal effort.

According to the company, the new pump allows manufacturers to combine enhanced functionality and user-friendly operation with a personalised on-shelf appearance for effective brand identity.

At the event, the firm will also showcase advanced Magic Star and Twist-Up airless dispensers, which are designed to deliver precise dose through effectively protecting sensitive ingredients.

Magic Star airless dispenser has a modular construction with separate body and dispensing head for easy filling.

Twist-Up features a dispensing head that can be moved by turning the upper part of the container, and is suitable for e-commerce marketing of cosmetics.

Designed to deliver controlled dosing, the dispenser can be used for creams and lotions.

The company will also exhibit standard lipcare stick, which features an advanced three-piece construction.

RPC’s Ecosolution high viscosity pump can be used for effective handling of viscous creams and gels.

It can be used along with the Vega AirFree bottle that features an inner pouch with an EVOH layer to avoid oxygen ingress for extended protection.

In addition, the firm will exhibit its different cream jars, including Empress range, Coral jar and Slidissime jar.

Empress jar features a double layer construction, including inner layer produced by polypropylene and the transparent outer layer by SAN.


Image: RPC’s new Lotus lotion pump. Photo: courtesy of RPC Group.