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Sulapac bio-based material boosts sustainability for luxury cosmetics packaging

Source:Adsale Plastics Network 2023-05-26

A material innovation startup, Sulapac, has launched Sulapac Luxe, a new bio-based material suitable for substituting hard plastics, including ABS, as part of its expanded portfolio for cosmetics and beauty packaging.


According to the comepany, Sulapac Luxe is made from industrially compostable materials and leaves no permanent microplastics or toxic load behind. It comes in response to demands from the beauty industry’s leading brands for more environmentally conscious packaging solutions that still offer high-end luxury feel, function, and aesthetics.


“One major challenge beauty brands face in replacing conventional plastics is the strict performance criteria of the chosen materials,” said Colin Strobant, International Sales Director at Sulapac. “With Sulapac Luxe, we have shown that conventional plastics can be easily replaced without compromising on quality.”


Sulapac launches Sulapac Luxe, a new sustainable material suitable for luxury fragrance caps.

High density, resistance to temperature fluctuations, ceramic feel and sound, and a glossy, smooth surface are some of the material’s characteristics, which are important for luxury brands. Also, Sulapac Luxe is recyclable and can be made with recycled content.


The material can slip seamlessly into existing injection molding production lines. Several high-end beauty brands have already shown interest in utilizing Sulapac Luxe in combination with their existing glass fragrance bottles or jars.


Sustainable solutions for various applications and manufacturing technologies


With the expanded portfolio, Sulapac’s customers can now create packaging for various product areas, including skincare, makeup, and fragrances.


Shiseido’s brand Ulé, for example, utilizes Sulapac for its lids, while a diverse group of skincare brands from Lumene to Manik package their products in Sulapac jars. The selection of materials and production techniques allows brands to choose between a matt, glossy, or natural appearance complimented by a wide range of color options.


The successful launch of the BetterBarrel by Schwan Cosmetics last year, and Toly’s popular Infinity Line of powder compacts made with Sulapac further demonstrate the versatility of Sulapac’s offering.


Sulapac has also developed premium quality solutions in collaboration with CHANEL, including sustainable bottle caps created exclusively for the fragrance range LES EAUX DE CHANEL and the lid for the N° 1 de CHANEL Cream.


Besides materials for injection molding and extrusion, Sulapac’s portfolio includes solutions for thermoforming, allowing cosmetic companies to create sustainable logistic trays and point-of-sale displays, as well as for 3D printing enabling sustainable prototyping.

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