Skincare manufacturer Neutrogena has worked with speciality material company Eastman to develop a film-free, recyclable cosmetics packaging solution.
Neutrogena has enhanced the quality and dependability of its metallised packaging by using Eastman Solus performance additives.
This Solus-enabled plastic film-free transfer metallised packaging ensures that the cosmetic manufacturer delivers a more sustainable product to its consumers without compromising shelf appeal, claimed Eastman.
Eastman coatings and inks manager Fabio Bogni said: “Eastman is very pleased to work with leading skincare brand Neutrogena to jointly develop an environmentally friendly packaging solution.
“The exquisite brand packaging, combined with the plastic film-free, environmentally friendly structure, demonstrates to consumers that two leading international companies share the concept of sustainable development and are committed to core values and best practices of participating in the circular economy.”
Eastman Solus’ performance additives assist formulators in attaining superior performance, sustainability, and adherence to regulations across various packaging, consumer, industrial, and transportation applications.
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These cellulose esters are said to provide the quality that formulators require and brand owners depend on.
Last month, German water bottle company air up partnered with Eastman for the development of a new line of reusable bottles.
Designed for the European market, the new bottle range is made with Eastman’s Tritan Renew material, which has 50% certified recycled content through Eastman’s molecular recycling technology.