The Barcelona-based company's Woork cap fuses wood and cork in a bid to meet increasing industry demand for organic and recyclable packaging
Pujolasos, the wooden packaging specialist, is meeting increasing industry demand for natural and sustainable beauty packaging with its first 100% organic and compostable wooden cap.
First launched last year, the material is a fusion of wood and cork – named Woork – which combines two renewable natural materials without the use of glue or plastic.
According to Pujolasos, its innovation department worked extensively on how to offer the most eco-friendly packaging solutions as consumer concern for the environment – and scrutiny of cosmetics brands for using excessive or unsustainable packaging such as plastic – continues to grow.
Now, the company is bringing its Woork cap to the cosmetics industry at France's PCD Paris event, taking place from 29-30 January.
Founded in 1967 in Barcelona, Spain, Pujolasos specialises in creating luxury wooden caps for a wide variety of industries.
It has created packaging for a number of high end cosmetics and fragrance brands including LVMH, Rituals and Clarins.