Green gets new vigour: The trends from Luxe Pack Monaco 2018

There were several standout trends covered by exhibitor launches at Luxe Pack Monaco 2018 (1-3 October)... but none made more impact than a renewed push for sustainable packaging solutions

Luxe Pack Monaco is always fertile ground for beauty packaging trends, being a major launch pad for new-to-market innovations and even previews.

The 2018 edition of the Idice and Groupe Infopro Digital-organised event, which returned to its usual home at the Grimaldi Forum from 1-3 October, didn't disappoint on this front. In fact, for an event long-feted for its focus on packaging sustainability (via the long-running Luxe Pack in green sessions and awards), this year's show was notable for a revved-up focus from exhibitors on green packaging commitments.

Cosmetics Business spoke with exhibiting companies to discover what 'newness' they were offering their customers – and more often than not these had an eco-friendly angle.


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Go greener

This year's Luxe Pack in green awards were scooped by Qualipac (Groupe Pochet) for Packaging Solutions and Verescence in the Sustainable Business Approaches category.

Verescence won for its . . .

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