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27 articles found with the search term 'post consumer'

January/February 2014



Launched in 1946 with just four products, The Estée Lauder Companies now encompasses more than 25 prestige brands marketed throughout the world, and generates more than $10 billion in annual sales. From skin care to hair care, color cosmetics to fragrance, packaging plays as critical a role in presenting today's formulations as it did 67 years ago-with the additional challenge of now maintaining the iconic DNA of each of the company's multiple brands. Read on for details on some of 2013's notable launches to discover why Beauty Packaging's readers voted The Estée Lauder Companies 2013 Beauty Company of the Year: Excellence in Packaging.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

April/May 2013



Package optimization, corporate policy and cost factors weigh in on efforts to minimize environmental impact while protecting and delivering the product.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

December 2012



As the creative packaging show celebrated its impressive 25th year, one focus was on beauty products as small luxuries, with many packaging components designed for sensory appeal.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

June 2012



Despite its longevity as a packaging solution, tube technology continues to flow.
by Leah Genuario, Contributing Editor

April/May 2012



Packaging designers and engineers are capitalizing on opportunities to save materials, cut costs and streamline processes by thinking through the entire supply chain when developing a product and package. Heres a look at current trends and what some leading suppliers are offering beauty brands to help them achieve their goals.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

April/May 2011



From Unilever to LOral, Aveda to Lather, beauty brand manufacturers large and small have taken great strides to deliver the sustainable packaging consumers are asking forbut they couldnt do it without the extreme innovation of the industrys packaging providers. Here, we look at some who are blazing the way and why they may inspire others who wish they were as far along on the compliant path to customer loyalty and boardroom approval.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

Beauty Packaging recently asked Suzanne Dawson, Avedas newly appointed vice president global innovation, about the brands unique policy and the future of sustainable packaging.

December 2010



Practical approaches to lower environmental and social impacts were the central theme of the three-day summit in Paris.

September 2010



Textures, micro-encapsulation, holograms and more are helping to draw fragrance consumers to counter.
by Steve Katz, Associate Editor

July/August 2010



The three-day event in October will be dedicated to initiatives that lower the environmental and social impact of beauty products and packaging.
by Amarjit Sahota, managing director, Organic Monitor

June 2010



Whether due to travel restrictions or as a way to entice consumers to purchase full-size products, samplers and small beauty packages of 3.4-oz. or less are proving to be big business.
by Steve Katz, Associate Editor

From 1996 through the present, Beauty Packaging has provided cosmetic, fragrance and personal care professionals with relevant product news and packaging information. As BP celebrates its 15th anniversary, it remains the only magazine and online community fully dedicated to packaging for the beauty industry. Following is a brief look, year by year, of a fraction of the many product and packaging introductions that have appeared in the pages of BP over the past 15 years, along with a sprinkling of industry trends, announcements and appointments. Interspersed throughout youll find insight and personal comments on the last decade and a half from leaders of key organizations as well as longstanding suppliers. We hope you enjoy this trip down Beauty Packagings Memory Lane, and we look forward to commemorating your special efforts and announcements in the future.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

April/May 2010



Eco-conscious consumers are demanding greener packaging to help save the planet, and corporate boards are requiring increased sustainability measures to boost the bottom line. Add in new global standards and growing retail requirements, and there may be a perfect storm gathering in the beauty world. Read on for the latest forecast.
by Jamie Matusow, Editor

A few points on recycling and how you can best go about it.
by John Delfausse

January/February 2010



Knowledge and understanding is the key to keeping your package beautiful and compliant.
by Steve Katz, Associate Editor

June 2009



Mass beauty brands have stepped up packaging designs, taking their cues from high-end products because, with today's savvy young consumers, value per dollar is key to sales at any price.
by Jamie Matusow

May 2009



Somewhere along the way, sustainability lost its earthy-crunchy stigma and became the cost-savings buzzword of the consumer products world, in part, thanks to mega-retailer Wal-Mart. While some niche beauty brands have always followed this eco-friendly route, here's why large corporate boards are now pushing for sustainable measures and how packaging suppliers are innovating with new methods and materials, even in a slow economy.
by Jamie Matusow

John Delfausse of Estee Lauder poses new challenges
by John Delfausse

Maureen Kelly of Tarte talks about going green.
by Maureen Kelly and Candace Craig

January / February 2009



Taking the excess bulk out of a package is one way to lessen the bottom line-and at the same time, increase efforts to go green.
by Joanna Cosgrove

December 2008



Tactile treatments lend sense appeal to Monoco's high-end packaging show.
by Jamie Matusow

Eco-friendly brands are forging packaging partnerships that make 'green' truly beautiful.
by Joanna Cosgrove

June 2008



Reusable packaging takes tarte's eco-friendly attitude to a whole new level.
by Heather Ratushny

April / May 2007



A look at sustainable and recyclable packaging in the personal care arena.
by Ava Caridad


April/May 2006



Beauty marketers work toward the goal of sustainable packaging with growing success
by Leah Genuario

June 2005



Being ecologically correct is proving to be cost effective as well.
by Janet Herlihy, Editor

News Search Results



4 articles found with the search term 'post consumer'

L’Oral's Garnier to Partner With TerraCycle


Posted on April 11, 2011 @ 06:17 am

SPC Releases PRC Guidelines Report


Posted on September 22, 2010 @ 05:39 am

Avon Calls on Women to Help Save the Planet


Posted on March 18, 2010 @ 08:29 am

Evolving Sustainable Packaging


Posted on November 10, 2009 @ 09:52 am