The new Darling range has been designed for the luxury market, and the company claims its latest design has been adapted to meet market trends and consumer requirements, as well as enriching its own premium jar range.
The jar is available in four different materials: SAN, PCTG, SMMA, or PMMA, and can be used either with or without an insert.
Ensure safety of product
Nowadays in the industry, particularly when it comes to nutricosmetics, companies are advised to use inserts in order to ensure the safety of the product. Promens have combatted this by making several sealing options available to protect the formula in the jar.
Used with an insert, Promens claims the Darling jar is the ideal packaging for oral cosmetic ranges, such as pills, or for specific care, like ceramide capsules dedicated to intensive skin care for the neck, face or eyes.
The lid of the jar is made of two parts. The central part of the lid is transparent and looks like a porthole in order to reveal the content of the jar.
The packaging firm states that the jar can be decorated with hot stamping, tampo printing and lacquering.
According to the company, depending on the type of decoration of each part of the lid (metallization, plating, lacquering, varnishing), the jar can look totally different.
The Promens personal care range will be displayed at this year’s upcoming PCD Congress on February 8-9, in Paris.
The packaging company will also be presenting a conference on its new ecological airless dispensing system at the event.