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Baralan Launches New Biobased Packaging Series

Baralan Launches New Biobased Packaging Series

The new sustainable series for primary packaging utilizes biopolymer material for fully recyclable cosmetic and beauty product packaging.

By Jamie Matusow, Editor-in-Chief, Beauty Packaging11.08.21
Primary packaging supplier Baralan has launched their new sustainable Biobased Packaging Series for skincare, fragrance and makeup products. All are variations of Baralan’s current product offerings, but produced with a biopolymer derived from renewable resources and natural materials not linked to the food chain.
 
As part of the company’s commitment to sustainability, Baralan uses this biopolymer as an eco-friendly alternative to synthetic polymers. They can produce certain standard items with injection molding technology by combining the processing capabilities of thermoplastic materials with the properties of renewable resources and natural materials. The biopolymer is made by combining natural fibers and waste from a specific manufacturing process, ensuring full recyclability.
 
Baralan’s new biobased series is intended for:
 
Roll On Packaging, with three biobased caps; Glass Jars with three biobased Malang caps; Compact case with the biobased Colt Jar 15;  Spray or Cream Pumps with biobased overcap; Mauritius Slim GPI 18/415 to be combined with glass bottles of any capacity; and Nail Polish with the biobased cap Mary Smooth 13 GPI 13/415 compatible with any glass bottles with the same neck size and all available accessories.
 
More info: www.baralan.com
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