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When it comes to choosing airless technology, marketers can select from a wide array of products in a variety of shapes and forms with enhanced performance, ergonomics and aesthetics. The following is a look at some of the more recent advancements being touted by component suppliers.
Matsa's Airless Pump Dispensing System has a frictionless overcap closure with fingertip actuation that outputs 0.25ml per stroke. The orifice closes to lock air out, protecting the remaining contents, while maintaining a sleek appearance. The product, which is offered in 15, 30, 50, 80, 100, 120, 150, 200 and 250ml sizes, can be filled on traditional equipment, and its zero CFC emissions make it environmentally friendly.
It is available in a variety of colors and decoration options, according to China-based company.
Another important trend in personal care and skin care packaging is neutrality, as companies desire mechanisms that will have little impact on their finished formulation.
"Creams are actually more fragile/sensitive to contamination, air or light as preservative agents are less used than in the past," notes Eric Desmaris. "It is critically important for personal care products to be pure and contamination-free, ensuring that any type of formula is never contaminated by the pump mechanism or by air or light. It's essential that preservative-free formulas keep their integrity throughout the life of the package."
Along those lines, Matsa offers airless pump with external spring, which offers neutrality and dispensing cleanliness via CleanPoint technology. This airless dispenser features an airtight closure activated by an obturator. Once the cream has moved through, the obturator slides closed, making it impossible for product that might have been in contact with the air, light or skin to flow back into the dispenser. And because there is no contact between the lotion and metal parts or elastomers, airless pump with external spring ensures high neutrality and thus promotes greater compatibility.
A new development gives cosmetic manufacturers focused on premium skin care the option of an airtight valve configuration on Matsa's big dosage dispenser. Available in both 150, 200 and 250ml bottles and based on a piston-follower design, big dosage Airless packages are suited for high-viscosity products. Featuring a PurePath dispenser, which eliminates the potential for any metal-related contamination, Matsa big dosage dispenser offers Aria Airless with or without an elastomer valve at the orifice, which adds another layer of oxygen protection, and also eliminates any potential for dried product at the orifice.
As personalization continues to impact the beauty business, companies are creating more consumer-specific and targeted treatments, and airless packaging is following suit.
One hot area is the male skin care market. And since male skin differs from women's (mainly from daily shaving), emulsions for men often contain higher percentages of active ingredients, making them more fragile.
To answer these packaging needs, we offers MS018 & MS021, which it contends meets the technical and aesthetic needs of cosmetic packaging for men. Available in 50, 100, 150, 200 and 250ml sizes, It's actuator makes it an ideal solution for balms, gels, aftershave lotion and skin care products. The piston pack—which prevents air from entering the package and protects formulations from oxidation and sunlight—features the external pump, which dispenses highly viscous emulsions of up to 60,000 cps.
Another targeted airless package is MS005 - airless eye cream containers, designed specifically for anti-aging eye treatments and serums. It features an elongated and ergonomic actuator that allows the consumer to apply the product around the eye without contaminating it with a fingertip, according to Valois.
If a company opts for airless, it may be able to cut formulation costs by reducing preservatives used in a formulation.
"Without airless packaging," says Frey, "formulators need to include expensive preservatives and antioxidants to address this issue. Eliminating oxygen contact, however, makes these added ingredients unnecessary. Eliminating such additives means eliminating costs."
However, airless technology itself is more costly than basic tubes, jars and pots, but thanks to advancements from leading suppliers, it is becoming a more affordable and practical choice.
"Airless systems are more cost-effective today simply because they preserve sensitive formulas, giving them a longer shelf and use-life. Airless systems also are made more affordable to customers because the filling takes place under regular atmospheric conditions; this makes for higher filling speeds which translates into lower costs for the customer,".
Industry experts say it's also wise to consider the benefits this type of packaging will deliver to the customer, such as more complete evacuation of product.
"It is more important for our buyers to purchase an airless [package] since skin care products are usually high priced and therefore evacuating as much as is possible is a major concern to the buyer," notes Vonda Simon, president of SeaCliff Packaging.
Gasping for Airless
As consumer demand for better products drives sales in the beauty care business, R&D teams will continue to push formulations further, and cosmetic companies will increasingly seek the benefits of airless technologies to protect and enhance these products.
"Clearly product movement towards more efficacious formulation has increased the value of airless packaging," says Westman. "Like a fine musical instrument, many of the active ingredients employed in these formulations require special care in order to maximize performance.
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