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Cosmogen’s Shake’n Powder powder jar has a new size

The supplier of packaging solutions and applicators for make-up and skincare products is launching the medium size of its famous powder jar Shake’n Powder.

As a reminder, Shake’n Powder is a powder jar with a waterproof system that prevents water penetration and preserves sensitive powder formulations like hydrophilic and water based powders. Its unique and patented opening system controls powder release. 

According to Cosmogen, Shake’n Powder offers four main benefits:

- It allows to stir the powder before application 
- It dispenses each time the right amount of loose powder 
- It protects the loose powder thanks to its hermetically sealed cap 
- It is designed for a quick and easy bottom-filled process 

Medium Shake’n Powder is particularly suitable for loose powder for face: Complexion, Blush, Highlighter, Bronzing,” says Cosmogen. “Our patented Kabuki Blur Brushes are ideal to use with this packaging solution.

The Shake’n Powder jar is also available a mini size (5g), which is ideal for ultra-fine loose powder eyeshadow. To use with Cosmogen’s Blur Eyeshadow Brush.

Technical features

- Cap: ABS; Inner cap: PP; Cap insert: PE / Waterproof system: hermetic seal, PP / Jar: PETG, PCTG, PCTA; 

- Decoration: Metallization, Spray, Silk screening, Hot stamping 

- Capacity: MEDIUM: 10 G / MINI: 5 g 

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