Vacuum packaging has been a buzzword in the industry for a long time. Many large companies have joined the ranks because they recognize the benefits of Vacuum containers. Some innovative companies have even added their own environmental features to meet the growing demand for green products. Here, let's take a look at the benefits and features of Vacuumness.


Vacuum pump is not an ordinary cosmetic container

Thousands (or even millions of dollars) of dollars can be used to develop new cosmetics. But if the packaging does not support the image of the brand or product, then all the hard work can be wasted in an instant.


Therefore, the importance of investing in proper packaging cannot be overemphasized. Today, the right container must not only act as a shell for the product, but must also protect the formula, enhance the consumer experience, emphasize the efficacy of the product, and enhance the brand image.


According to research by GBI Research, there is a growing trend in the cosmetics industry, namely cosmeceuticals, or any of these three labels - skin care products, hair care products, etc. Experts say that the popularity of cosmeceuticals will continue to increase, and the market will grow to 4.6% by 2018.


What does this mean, where is the Vacuum packaging? In the competition for them to compete for the market and stand out, manufacturers need to keep their catalogs consistent with the growing demand for non-chemical and environmentally friendly products. They do this by using advanced and innovative formulations.


But because these formulations are particularly sensitive to contamination, companies need a special package to protect their products. The best solution to date is Vacuum packaging. The airtight environment created by the Vacuum pump prevents the active compound from decomposing the product.


In the case study published by Aranca in 2012, Vacuum dispensers are mainly used in the field of skin care. It uses 60% of the total amount of cosmetics and pharmaceuticals in hermetic packaging technology. In the same study, Europe was the largest user of Vacuum containers (58%). Next is the United States (25%).


Vacuum pump specifications and features

Vacuum pumps use different technologies, but the most common is the piston system. In this system, the container has a flexible bag at the bottom that folds when the product is used. The system is the cheapest and most widely used system, usually with a rigid bottle.


Another type of Vacuum dispenser system is called a bag in the bag, which uses an inner bag that collapses when the product is used up. This system is not common, but they are often used in products that require an excellent resistance to oxygen barriers.


As packaging companies provide customized services at any time, Vacuum pumps come in a variety of styles, shapes, colors and sizes. Common volumes without gas cylinders include 15 ml, 30 ml, 50 ml, 100 ml, 120 ml and more than 150 ml.


In terms of decoration, high-end design is a new trend. Consumers are accepting this trend because it helps their products stand out. The sleek, modern look not only appeals to consumers. But the function of the Vacuum pump is an added value.


Techniques such as hot stamping, embossing and screen printing can be used to convert a conventional Vacuum pump into a high end dispenser. Decorating options include double-walled walls, embroidered laces and faux leather patterns.


Advanced features of the Vacuum pump include metallized actuators, stylish collar shapes and biodegradable options.


Since many beauty products are launched on the market almost every day, the demand for stand out has never been stronger. Packaging plays a vital role in the success of the product on the market, and in advanced formulations, Vacuum pumps are the perfect solution.



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