Airless packaging has been used to package skin care and cosmetic products since the 1980s and is constantly evolving. But how does the technology actually work and why is it so beneficial in the free-from era?
The Serum, a product in Skeyndor’s new Timeless Prodigy range, uses a
50ml Yonwoo airless pack from Quadpack
Cosmetics Business is asking personal care industry experts to answer the cosmetics world’s big questions. Here experts outline what airless packaging really entails.
Steven Jordan, Global Category Leader – face, body & toiletries new product development, Avon
In essence, airless packaging is a term used to describe a form of liquid dispensing packaging that prevents normal atmospheric air from coming in contact with the formulation inside.
Sometimes complex formulations contain ingredients that . . .
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