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RPC to showcase a new lotion pump and several innovations at Cosmoprof

RPC Bramlage will launch a new lotion pump at the Cosmopack Cosmoprof trade show which will take place in Bologna, Italy, on 15-18 March 2018.

The new Lotus lotion pump can dispense an accurate 1.5ml dose of product with minimal effort for the end-user. This standard pump features a customisable outer body with a choice of surface finishes and decoration effects. “This enables manufacturers to combine excellent functionality and user-friendly operation with a personalised on-shelf appearance for effective brand identity,RPC claims.

The company will also showcase the other packaging and dispensing solutions for cosmetic and personal care applications.

Hence, RPC will showcase the Magic Star and Twist-Up airless dispensers, which combine a precise dose with effective protection of sensitive ingredients. The Magic Star features a modular construction with separate body and dispensing head that ensures fast and easy filling. The design of the Twist-Up reveals the dispensing head by turning the upper part of the container. This makes the container particularly secure in its locked ‘down’ position, meaning it is ideal for the growing e-commerce market for cosmetics. The dispenser also delivers controlled dosing and hygienic application of creams and lotions.

Another innovation is RPC Bramlage’s recently-launched standard lipcare stick. This comprises a unique three-piece construction that ensures ease of use, with tight control of the pomade stick to minimise the risk of breaking.

For viscous creams and gels, the latest Ecosolution high viscosity pump is able to achieve a 97% restitution rate for even the thickest formulae. It can be used in conjunction with the Vega AirFree bottle that features an inner pouch with an EVOH layer to prevent oxygen ingress for extended protection. This makes it suitable for products containing natural ingredients and without preservatives.

Eventually, the new airless XL5 pump is offering several benefits including a large dose and ease of use. It has been designed for a variety of professional applications such as spa and hair care, but is equally suitable for larger family size or promotional packs for body care and other personal care products. The pump delivers an accurate 5ml dosage each time, with end-users able to control the operation to deliver the exact amount of product they require.

The XL5 pump fits onto the 500ml AirFree Vinci bottle, which is ideal for family formats, and can also be easily adapted to larger sizes of bottles up to 1000ml.

A new addition to the Empress range

Eventually, RPC Bramlage will also showcase its extensive choice of cream jars including the Empress range, which features a double layer construction to maximise a product’s quality positioning and brand image, with the inner layer produced in polypropylene and the transparent outer layer in SAN. A new addition is the Coral jar with an innovative design that incorporates a raised section at the base to provide an alternative to the traditional cylindrical shape. The award-winning Slidissime jar meanwhile offers consumers a new tactile opening sensation, dispensing a tailored dose of up to 0.5ml of cream while providing effective airless protection of formulations.

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