Lumson launches its plastic airless offering


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Lumson launches its plastic airless offering

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Italian packaging firm Lumson has launched its new Airless Plastic Packaging range as it looks to build on the demand for its glass solution, TAG.

Lumson’s TAG system was the first glass airless solution, helping the company establish itself in the market; and now there are similar hopes for APP.

Airless packaging has been in demand in cosmetics for quite a while and more solutions are now accessible for cosmetics brands with increased functionality enabling it to be used for a wider range of applications.

Airless packs have long been heralded for prolonging product life and ensuring the safest and most effective solution for cosmetics formulas.

Airless pouch technology

Lumson’s new APP system utilises it’s "Airless pouch Technology" already tested on the market, with a "Bright and Thick" cylindrical plastic bottle.

APP's plastic bottle can be easily customized with different shapes as Lumson's Airless Pouch Technlogy can be applied to any kind of bottle design.

“New innovative and improved formulations need to maintain stability of specific ingredients. APP Airless Plastic Packaging helps to preserve sensitive cosmetics ingredients, such as Vitamin C, Retinol etc. from deteriorating,”​ claims Lumson.


The company also claims that the latest range also helps reduce preservatives; a key concern in the industry.

“With the use of "Tamper-Proof" Lumson's Airless Systems, exterior air contamination is eliminated, and a sensible reduction of preservatives may be possible.”

Lumson says APP guarantees a dispense rate of more than 95 per cent and can distribute almost any type of cosmetic formula: from low to very high density products. It exhibits strong eco attitude and "Responsible Recycling" features.

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