According to EU surveys, 94% of European consumers believe that product design must help facilitate plastic recycling and agree that companies must work to reduce plastic packaging. The European Union has published a policy which highly recommends that manufacturers mark plastic packaging products for recycling purposes so that consumers have greater ability to choose the products with the least environmental damage.
Europe's new plastic economy will strengthen the circular econonomy as it will promote and enable green growth whilst reducing waste and using resources more efficiently. As the strategy is further implemented, businesses must prepare. Are your products ready?
Aware that consumers around the globe are recognizing the importance of environmental protection, Fancy & Trend, a well known supplier of make-up and cosmetic packaging to the European and American markets has officially introduced PCR plastic products into its packaging portfolio. The introduction of PCR packaging into the Taiwanese supplier's offering, means that its customers around the globe can benefit from recycled packs.
Fancy & Trend is cooperating closely with qualified, reliable suppliers of PCR PP, PCR PE and PCR ABS material suppliers to ensure that its packaging maintains the same quality for which the company is known. The use of PCR plastic benefits companies in complying with government regulations as well as meeting consumer expectations.
Through the use of different proportions of PCR plastic, Fancy & Trend can meet different customer needs including budget and cost considerations, decoration and product coatings, to ensure competitively priced unique options for the market.
Fancy & Trend has already launched 3 powder compacts and powder pots, all of which can be made using PCR PP or PCR ABS, according to the needs of the customer, and further products will be launched shortly.
For newly developed projects, or those with special requirements, contact Fancy & Trend, your packaging partner for environmentally friendly cosmetic and skin-care packaging.
Mini glass bottle for lip glosses
Fancy & Trend introduces two mini glass bottles that are ideal for lip glosses for cosmetic brands. Available in either a square or circular shape, the mini glass bottles are compatible with chemical compositions and feature an optional rein stone on top of the closure.
Gothic style and jagged shape for Fancy & Trend's very dark mascara pack
Fancy & Trend has introduced a new mascara packaging in a gothic style with a jagged and pointed shape that meets a dark theme in make-up trends. The packaging comes in three capacities – 9 ml, 12 ml, and 16 ml, with an ABS cap and PETG bottle.
Cosmetic packaging in retro style
For those who remain nostalgic about the good old days while people still write properly with decent pen, the new cosmetic packaging in retro style might be the answer. Fancy and Trend introduces its new packaging design mimicking an old-fashioned pen that can be either lip gloss, eyeliner, or mascara.
Fancy & Trend adds 6 more square compact options featuring magnetic closure
Fancy & Trend boasts a plentiful selection of lipstick components and make up compacts that feature magnetic closure, and, what´s more, the company continues to develop further size variation with different recess layouts in order to satisfy booming demands.
Retractable Cosmetic Twist Pen featuring twist back dispensing solution
Fancy and Trend introduces its Retractable Twist Pen for cosmetic products with two different application options, one with roller-ball, one with silicon applicator. The retractable dispensing system helps users to prevent over-dosage with a simple twist back dispensing solution.
Fancy and Trend adds more double-ended cosmetic packaging selections for face, eyes, and lips
Double-ended cosmetic packaging proves a modern and convenient design for daily usage. By adding further details to the component's shape, volume, and material, Fancy and Trend has more options for duo purpose make-up products.
- Jo Webb
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- Created 25 Apr 2019
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