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Topline Products is launching an airtight jar for fragile formulas

The new standard airtight jar by Topline Products has been designed to protect fragile formulas containing volatile ingredients. In particular, this new standard jar helps maintain the formulas’ long-wear effect.

100 % in-house process

Entirely designed and manufactured in Topline Products’ injection factory [1], including the mould, the pack features a screw-top cap. The added value lies in the assembled joint at the bottom of the cap, whose density and composition are adapted to protect each formula and boost its long-wear effect.

This packaging solution is designed for poured and fired formulas, as well as for pressed powders. For pressed powders, Topline Products can add a seal to give increased protection to these even more fragile textures.

With its thick walls, extra-flat square base topped with a rounded cap, the jar has a decidedly modern touch. Mini-sized, it is ideal for eyeshadow, blush, lip balm and under-eye concealer among other products,” says Topline.

The base of the 3.5g jar is made of PCTA, chosen for its high-end, crystalline effect. The cap in ABS/AS is shiny without the need for lacquering. The optional seal is in POM.

Footnotes

[1100% owned and managed by Topline Products, this factory is located in Tianjin, northern China, one hour south of Beijing. The 25,000m² site, inaugurated in January 2012, is specialized in the production of cosmetics and integrates tooling production. This global industrial expertise assures quality control, time to market and cost management. This site also manufactures skincare and makeup brushes.

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