M&H embarks on its latest organic skin care assignment

By Andrew McDougall

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The latest skin care products from Organic Apoteke will be packaged by M&H Plastics ensuring an aesthetically pleasing look, yet remaining cost effective.

The skin care range from the organic producer has been certified organic by Ecocert and meets the highest standards for organic ingredients, production, handling, processing and labelling.

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“We set out to develop a skincare range using only the purest ingredients – a combination of science and nature working together,”​ explained Dr. Nitasha Buldeo, who developed the Organic Apoteke range.

Simple packs for two new products

“We believe that the packaging M&H has created with us reflects this purity and simplicity demonstrating that stylish products can be produced at a cost-effective price point,”​ she continued.

The UK-headquartered skin care brand has released two new products, a cleanser and cleansing gel, which will utilise M&H’s standard packaging.

They will be packaged in simple white 125ml non-aerosol tubular bottles, which are part of M&H’s vast portfolio.

The Suffolk-based packaging operation stated the packaging graphics were kept clean and simple in order to reflect the brand philosophy.

Another string to the organic skin care bow

It is the second time this year that an organic skin care firm has turned to M&H for its expertise.

Last month M&H teamed up with Luxsit Organic Care to create the packaging for its new organic Salviderm Naturligt Vis product range.

The Naturligt Vis (or ‘Natural Way’) range is based on natural ingredients and the launch range comprised eight products: three HDPE bottles from M&H’s standard product range, one with borage for normal and one with shea butter for dry skin, as well as four products in tubes

The packaging design featured bright green foliage, which, according to packaging firm, conveys the product’s natural proposition.

M&H Plastics worked closely with us to help to bring our concept to life, and we believe that the packaging conveys the brand essence extremely well,” ​said Theresia Dibinger of Luxsit Organic Care, in February.

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