Kindu Packing offers an elegant range of lip-gloss containers with big applicators. In the past, brushes, sponges, and spatulas have been a way of helping beauty and personal care customers apply hydrating and plump-lip serums.
Kindu understands that applicators, in addition to the containers, are of great importance in terms of compatibility with a product's formulation. Many popular lip-gloss serums contain ingredients like mustard sprout extract, peppermint, marine collagen, ginger, and cinnamon to increase blood flow for plumper lips.
Due to the increased popularity of liquid lipsticks and lip-glosses, it's an exciting time for the applicator segment. Kindu has many innovative applicators in various shapes and sizes to make the application of lip serums easy, clean, and hygienic.
Brands can tell consumers to forget lip filling injections, as lip serums and cosmetic packaging can help create the look of fuller, thicker lips without discomfort and a lengthy recovery period from cosmetic surgery.
Kindu's Slim Lipstick features a detachable bullet cup carrier design
Kindu Packing’s latest slim lipstick design has a detachable bullet cup carrier for users to replace lipstick bullet and reuse the plastic shell repeatedly. The replaceable bullet carrier enables brands to claim user-friendly, ease-of-use, and sustainable solution for cosmetic products.
Kindu’s precision tooling for heavy-based cosmetic packaging
The recent focus for Kindu’s development team has been on heavy-based PETG packaging and the company has created several designs for make-up packaging. With a selection of applicator options available, these components can be used for lip gloss, mascara, eyeliner, eyeshadow powder, and much more.
Kindu’s advanced bi-injection moulding enhances cosmetic packaging design
Without using assembly processes, Kindu makes it possible to have crystal clarity on the cover of the packaging to reflect light and offer improved brightness. It still benefits from the interior having a solid, opaque colour to prevent the product's surface from fading.
- Michael Foster
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- Created 17 May 2022
- Modified 07 Jun 2022
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