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World's first refillable PCR Airless Bottle

North America, Europe, Asia, Oceania, Beauty, Personal Care, Primary Packaging, Active, Smart Packaging, Plastic, Eco Sensitive

SR Packaging's new PCR Airless Bottle enables brands to claim sustainability instantly and effortlessly.

Without changing the authentication of the packaging, brands can claim the use of Post Consumer Recycled material by simply replacing the conventional syringe airless bottle with the PCR airless bottle.

  • Utilizes post-consumer recycled resin
  • Fits with any existing airless pack
  • Cuts 70% plastic consumption

A wide range of stock bottles in different sizes is available: No tooling is needed. SRP provides samples in 1 week, and offers a production delivery lead-time of 6 weeks.

"The application of the PCR Airless Bottle to a current product line is both a swift and cost-effective transformation to help brands incoporate sustainable schemes quickly and easily."

Refillable packaging design for ease-of-use

SR Packaging's PCR Airless Bottle ensures a vacuum-sealed environment to protect preservative-free formulations which are a growing trend in the cosmetic and personal care markets. 

In addition to enjoying a natural-based product, consumers also benefit from an ease-of-use refillable packaging design that costs less and contributes to an individual effort in a stand against plastic pollution. 

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See also

AMARI, the streamline, refillable PCR Airless Bottle for gender-neutral skincare solutions

The updated version of PCR Airless Bottle, AMARI, is one of a kind, minimalist packaging design. It is built for gender-neutral skincare solutions as the beauty trend had slowly shifted beyond gender differentiation. More and more companies are providing personal care solutions both for men and women based on specific skin conditions. As of today for many, improving self-esteem by using beauty products is no longer a privilege but a daily routine.

  • Innovation
  • English
  • Modified 08 Jul 2020
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