The French male grooming brand was founded by sisters Karine and Stéphanie Coccellato after long standing careers in the cosmetics industry
UK-based company RPC M&H Plastics has partnered with male grooming brand Archiman to develop its new flexible tube packaging.
RPC M&H Plastics specialises in the production of plastic bottles, jars, flexible tubes and closures, and supplies the nutritional, automotive and the pharmaceutical sectors, as well as personal care.
The company is said to have advised and guided Archiman through the entire packaging process and printed each of the product’s intricate designs in-house, with its one-stop-shop facilities.
It also offers custom modelling, colour matching and sustainable packaging solutions to clients.
The French skin care brand was founded by sisters Karine and Stéphanie Coccellato after many years in the cosmetics industry.
Stéphanie said: “We are passionate about beauty and fashion. We wanted to create a business that was just like us, to reinvent the world of male grooming with lots of humour and mischievousness, while at the same time promoting the French savoir faire.”
Meanwhile Karine added: “It’s true that the personal care market for men is quite uninspiring, with a limited range, and we really wanted to break the mould and at the same time offer healthy products which respect men and their environment.
“That’s why we started our non-toxic revolution and Archiman was born.”
RPC M&H Plastics has also partnered with beauty brands Rituals, Living Proof, Artemis and Orla Kiely.
Today, it works across seven countries in three continents, with over 2,000 employees across 13 production plants.