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Baralan Introduces Applicator 15

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Applicator 15 was developed to offer precision product usage of perfumes, essential oils and certain skin care products.

Baralan, a company specializing in packaging for the cosmetics and beauty industries, has introduced its Applicator 15 for bottles with neck 15.

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Defined by its application device combined with a screw cap, Applicator 15 was developed to offer precision product usage of perfumes, essential oils and certain skin care products.

Applicator 15's design is made to release the preferred amount of product with greater control during application. This is said to prevent loss of formula and aims to reduce waste, an important factor for luxury perfumes frequently sold in small quantities.

It is available in different bottle sizes and shapes, and with caps of various colors for high levels of customization.

Maurizio Ficcadenti, global R&D manager at Baralan said, "Baralan consistently invests in research and development to expand and enhance its packaging portfolio with versatile, attractive accessories. Refined yet multi-functional, Applicator 15 is an appealing, user-friendly departure from many delivery systems typically found in the fragrance segment, and also significantly reduces product waste.”

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