Baralan, a consolidated player in primary packaging for the cosmetics and beauty industries, will be exhibiting to Cosmopack Asia, held November 14-16 at Asia World Expo in Hong Kong. At Booth #D04 in hall 3, the company will showcase a selection of featured packaging solutions, which will focus mainly on its airless glass containers, its collection of glass standard packaging and sustainability minded accessories that speak to emerging industry trends.
Inspiration for the development of each product is Baralan’s Beautytude concept, which expresses the company’s take on current trends and style themes – clean beauty and sustainability chief among them, as well as vibrant nail color and precise application for skincare. Baralan’s Beautytude approach serves as inspiration for both the development of new products and use of sustainability-minded materials.
At Cosmopack Asia, highlighted products will include:
Baralan’s DEA Series, Short for Developing the Evolution of Airless: the first airless system in which the filled product is directly in contact with its glass container. The DEA Series represents a new philosophy of primary packaging in glass, using fewer components and significantly reducing the amount of overall materials, resulting in a lighter and more functional packaging.
An array of standard glass bottle ranges, including the latest Lilibet Series. With its modern design, the new series blends the charm of a circular shape with the strength of a square profile. Considering its wide selection of capacities, the Lilibet Series is suitable for a variety of cosmetic products, primarily skincare and nail polish, but also make up and fragrances.
With a strong commitment to sustainability, Baralan will also showcase sustainable packaging options that include the use of ecological materials, covering a broad range of standard products usually produced in plastic. With this new collection, Baralan is prioritizing the importance of waste optimization by promoting upcycling through use of organic scraps, such as coffee peel and rice. These organic scrap materials are mixed with virgin plastic, reducing the overall plastic resin content to create a more sustainable solution suitable for manufacturing a wide range of closures in Baralan’s standard collection. Items in this collection can also be made with varying percentages of PCR plastic – from 30% to 100% – providing tiered opportunities for upcycling. Additionally, bio-based materials – produced with a biopolymer derived from renewable resources and natural materials not linked to the food chain – can be utilized to ensure full recyclability.
New products on display will include new Inner Cups for refillable glass jars. Available in two sizes, the Inner Cups can be combined with Baralan’s glass Maria Jars to create a refillable packaging option, offering an environmentally conscious approach to skincare packaging. Featuring an entirely new design that balances user comfort with environmental responsibility, the new Inner Cups promote the possibility to refill glass jars and to use alternative materials, such as PCR (post-consumer recycled) content.
Continuously looking to expand its product portfolio to develop innovative packaging solutions that meet consumer expectations, Baralan’s featured products exemplify the company’s commitment to address and adapt to industry trends and market changes.