Good Things Come in Small Packages
By Summit Media Services
The new Regula Petit Jar taps into the mini-sizes trend to complement Quadpack’s Regula family
Miniature-sized products have always fascinated beauty consumers. Convenient, affordable and cute, there is often one thing missing: sustainability. International beauty manufacturer and provider Quadpack resolves this with Regula Petit Jar, a fully recyclable pack available in two practical capacities.
The thick-walled jar is made of PET, a recyclable material, and can also be offered in a recycled version. The cap is PP, which is also recyclable. Made in Germany, the pack is offered in two capacities: 15 ml and 30 ml, making it perfect for lips, eyes and other specific face areas, as well as for on-the-go usage.
A life-cycle assessment (LCA) of the product shows that Regula Petit Jar in recycled PET has a 31 per cent reduction in carbon emissions when compared to the virgin PET version. The circularity index is 3.5 times better when opting for the PCR PET jar. According to Quadpack’s PIP (positive-impact packaging) rating, the Regula Petit Jar in PET has an Intermediate Level of Sustainability and the recycled version has an Advanced Level of Sustainability.
Regula Petit Jar is the ideal complement for brands that already use the Regula family for their product range and want to extend their offer with travel or promotional sizes. As travel picks up to pre-pandemic levels, so does the demand for small packaging.
Established in 2003, Quadpack is an international manufacturer and provider of enhanced packaging solutions for beauty brand owners and contract fillers. With offices and production facilities in Europe, the Americas and the Asia Pacific region, and a strategic network of manufacturing partners, Quadpack develops bespoke and customized packs for prestige, masstige and mass market customers. Listed on Euronext Growth in Paris, Quadpack relies on a workforce of 800 people to build a more sustainable world. As a registered B Corp, it works to ensure a positive impact on the planet and society and, through the Quadpack Foundation, on the communities in which it is present. For more information, please visit www.quadpack.com
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