Cosmetic containers commonly used packaging materials


Cosmetics packaging uses a wide range of materials, the […]

Cosmetics packaging uses a wide range of materials, the most common include: glass bottles, plastic bottles, composite plastic bags, plastic hoses, and metal materials. Plastics and glass are the main selection materials for cosmetic packaging, and cartons are often used as outer packaging for middle and high-end cosmetics. Plastics are widely used because of their firmness and durability. Glass gives a noble look. The glares of glass are ideally suited to the packaging of perfume bottles, while plastics dominate the competition in cosmetic packaging materials with reasonable price and lighter quality. Glass and plastics each play a very important role in the packaging industry of perfumes, skin care cosmetics and cosmetics.

Plastic containers are hollow plastic containers made by various processing methods. It is characterized by light weight and is easy to form on a large scale. Can be made into a variety of sizes, transparent, opaque and various colors of the bottle. The printing performance of plastic containers is very good, and the instructions, logos, and bar codes can be directly formed on the surface of plastic bottles by means of thermal transfer, ink jet, and printing. Due to various excellent properties of plastic containers, it has become the most important packaging container for medicines and cosmetics.

The use of plastic instead of glass as a cosmetic packaging container makes the cosmetics more portable and ensures safety. Through hard work, plastic products have achieved transparency characteristics that were previously only available in glass and can pack a variety of chemicals. Therefore, its overall improvement is in the production of larger capacity Lu. Such as shampoo, conditioner and so on. The materials used are mainly PE, PP, PVC, PET, PETG and so on. In addition to the bottle itself, the function of the dispensing pump and the compression cap is also very important and directly related to the product's tightness.