A touch of luxury with Rayuen’s sustainable Wooden Cap and Dropper

  • Rayuen Packaging

Wooden caps and lids add a luxurious and expensive feeling to beauty and personal care packaging. Ditch the plastic and choose Rayuen's new sustainable wooden cap and dropper cap packaging solutions instead.

Rayuen’s Threaded Wooden Bottle Cap is an eco-friendly and sustainable packaging solution for personal care, skin care, and fragrance products. This cute wooden bottle cap is threaded with a 24/410 neck finish. Choose between natural ashwood, beechwood and bamboo. There is no plastic combined.

This bottle cap is suitable for a range of products, including bottles filled with lotion, toner, and perfume. Make the Threaded Wooden Bottle Cap your own with various decoration options. Laser engraving of the logo is available as well as custom sizes, shapes, and colors per request.

The Wooden Thread Cosmetic Dropper Cap is a natural wood dropper cap assembled with a bulb teat, threaded wooden screw cap, and glass tube. The collar is made of natural real wood, which makes your beauty and skin care line more eco-friendly and sustainable.

Choose between natural ashwood, beechwood and bamboo. The teat can be made from NBR, Silicone, or TPE. The wooden cap can be sprayed with custom color and laser engraving of the brand’s logo is available.

Consumers are more and more eco-conscious and love natural wooden packaging. Contact Rayuen Packaging today to learn more.

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  • Bianka Cramblit
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  • Created 28 May 2021
  • Modified 28 May 2021
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