Germany-based Medical Beauty Research (MBR) has selected RPC Bramlage Barcelona’s Slidissime Quarz jar for its new face cream, BioChange CEA.
Available in a 50ml variant, the jars are produced from polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) and feature an ABS cap.
The solution features a ‘touch and slide’ pump allowing the cream to be released with a simple finger stroke, rather than opening the jar, reducing oxidation and preventing the cream from drying out.
Medical Beauty Research graphic arts and production Mathias Kruse said: “We were looking for a special jar for our new CEA product, and the innovative Slidissime has provided the ideal solution.
"In particular, we liked the elegant priming of the product, thanks to the slider-pump.”
The company currently provides skin care and anti-ageing products, which are developed in accordance with research conducted by major German dermatologists and aesthetic physicians.
Separately, RPC Superfos has provided its plastic buckets for Irish paint manufacturer Colourtrend.
Developed for Colourtrend’s decorative paint range, the newly designed buckets are available in 10l injection-moulded S-range polypropylene containers.
The surface of the buckets features graphics inspired by Irish landscape and Colourtrend’s new logo.
Image: RPC Bramlage Barcelona’s Slidissime Quarz jar. Photo: courtesy of RPC Group.