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Eastman Teams With Designer Marc Rosen to Develop Makeup Packaging for the Future
By: Jeff Falk
Posted: January 25, 2011
Back row, from left: Triad (Leidel Corporation), Prive (Pieriplast of Peru), Swirl (Jackel Cosmetics Ltd.), Chic (Axilone) and Halo (Alcan Packaging Beauty of Brazil). Front row: Puzzle and Palette (both by Plasmetik Precision Molding Company, Ltd.).
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Rosen and Eastman previously collaborated on the successful Designing with Clarity skin care jar project launched at Luxe Pack Monaco 2009.
The Glass Polymer, according to Eastman, can be extruded, injection- or blow-molded into almost any desired shape. The clarity and toughness can be used to produce thin- or thick-wall jars, caps, color cosmetics packaging or bottle applications.