High performance PETG dropper assemblies from Rayuen Packaging

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A high performance PETG dropper is the latest product to be incorporated into Rayuen Packaging's selection of stylish beauty and cosmeceutical packaging concepts.

The new dropper benefits a 13/415 neck ensuring its compatibility with glass vials and bottles, for targetted dispensing of serums and face oils, etc. The dropper is styled to match with others that Rayuen already has on the market with 18/410 and 20/410 necks.

PETG offers an eco-friendly, recyclable material with high performance and resistance to chemicals, making the dropper ideal for applying strong formulations as spot treatments, as well as ensuring that the adecuate amount of product is used for each application.

Rayuen Packaging's high performance dropper assemblies can be customized to create any finished look through the use of color, spray paint and metallization decoration techniques.


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  • Jo Webb
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  • Created 22 Oct 2019
  • Modified 22 Oct 2019
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