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Lancôme debuts first glass mascara packaging

Lancôme debuts first glass mascara packaging

Tapping into the trend for glass make-up packaging, L’Oréal-owned Lancôme has launched its first mascara in glass. The bottle is made with 15% recycled glass and decorated with a graded black lacquer. Lancôme has added to its Hypnôse franchise[…]

05/17/2022 |
Inside Shiseido’s new beauty brand Ulé

Inside Shiseido’s new beauty brand Ulé

Ulé is Japanese beauty group Shiseido’s first made-in-Europe beauty brand. Its packaging strategy combines glass jars and bottles with bio-based Sulapac lids. Ulé, Shiseido’s new “conscious beauty” brand, has launched with a skincare collection[…]

Boosting product personality: Bemad launches eco-designed champagne pack

Boosting product personality: Bemad launches eco-designed champagne pack

Design agency Bemad has launched a novel champagne paper packaging solution. A collaboration with La Paper Factory, the origami-inspired patented design is conceived to be adapted to a variety of premium products. Alfred & Joe is the latest[…]

05/12/2022 | TrendsDesign
Positive Luxury: how to ensure a sustainable future for luxury drinks?

Positive Luxury: how to ensure a sustainable future for luxury drinks?

Positive Luxury’s The Future of Premium Drinks report highlights the need for “true sustainability” in the sector. In addition to transport and packaging, financial sustainability is an issue of key importance. When it comes to sustainability in[…]

05/11/2022 | Trends
Baralan: DEA, new Airless Packaging Solution in Glass

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Baralan: DEA, new Airless Packaging Solution in Glass

Marrying quality through functionality and sustainability, Baralan’s new DEA series is the first airless system where the product is directly in contact with the glass.This aesthetic and sustainable innovation solution foreshadows the future of[…]

05/10/2022 | Dispensing
Paper airless packs, refills & wooden packaging: Cosmoprof roundup part two

Paper airless packs, refills & wooden packaging: Cosmoprof roundup part two

In part two of our packaging innovations round up from Cosmoprof Worldwide Bologna 2022, we spotlight innovations in paper and wood-based packaging, refills and the latest in airless technology. HCP is making a big push into skincare, especially[…]

05/06/2022 | DispensingApplicators
Curius’ VETA+ debuts with wood-effect labels and molded pulp packs

Curius’ VETA+ debuts with wood-effect labels and molded pulp packs

VETA+ is a new luxury Swiss spirits brand from drinks company Curius. Its three offers: gin, whisky and rum come in packaging designed by Series Nemo. The bespoke bottles are adorned with wood-effect labels and come in molded pulp packs.[…]

05/05/2022 | BottlesLabels
Microfluidic manufacturing: Capsum outlines strategy for US beauty market

Microfluidic manufacturing: Capsum outlines strategy for US beauty market

At the inauguration event of Capsum’s brand new manufacturing site in Austin, Texas, CEO Sébastien Bardon sat down with Luxe Packaging Insight to discuss the French formulation company’s roadmap for its US business. As of 2020, Capsum, a French[…]

Rémy Cointreau’s Telmont tests lightweighted Champagne bottle

Rémy Cointreau’s Telmont tests lightweighted Champagne bottle

Striving to reduce its carbon footprint, Champagne Telmont is working with French glassmaker Verallia to reduce the weight of its bottles by 35g. The first Champagne to launch in this new bottle could hit the market in 2025. Champagne Telmont,[…]

Artist inspiration: Tread Softly introduces first gin

Artist inspiration: Tread Softly introduces first gin

With global gin consumption forecast to increase 4.4% by 2023*, Australian wine brand Tread Softly is tapping into this growing market with the launch of its first gin. Tread Softly (Fourth Wave Wine), a brand specialized in "moderate" alcohol[…]

05/02/2022 |