Silgan Dispensing debuts new beauty care and aerosol solutions

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The designer and developer of pumps and sprayers has launched two new products at ADF&PCD and PLD 2020: Sinfonia Crème, a pump for prestige skincare and color cosmetics, and Aerohead Plus, an addition to the company’s aerosol product portfolio that will be locally manufactured in Europe and available in PCR.

Sinfonia Crème, the latest addition to Silgan Dispensing’s prestige skincare and color cosmetics portfolio, offers a softer and more luxury feel during activation, as well as a better dose control. Launched at the latest edition of the ADF&PCD and PLD 2020 show in Paris last month, Sinfonia Crème is based on Silgan Dispensing’s most versatile pump, Sinfonia. The new pump offers dosages from 0.050 to 0.190 ml; it is designed for skin care and make-up products presented in small containers. Eventually, 53% of the overall Sinfonia’s weight can be made of PCR plastic (post-consumer recycled).

The addition of Sinfonia Crème to Silgan Dispensing’s expansive skincare portfolio delivers on our customers’ biggest demands: prestige, performance and personalization,” said Sandy Gregory, Associate Marketing Director, Global Fragrance & EU Beauty at Silgan“The softer feel and wide variety of sizes, outputs, head styles and over caps all allow our customers to tailor the perfect solution for their needs and brand positioning.

Also at ADF&PCD and PLD 2020Silgan Dispensing showcased Aerohead Plus, an addition to the company’s aerosol product portfolio that will be locally manufactured in Europe and available in PCR.

Offering a locally manufactured option of our Aerohead with a PCR option gives our European customers a whole new degree of advantages,” said Jennifer Barnes, Product Line Manager, Home and Garden at Silgan. “Between its smaller carbon footprint and use of recycled materials, Aerohead Plus is one of the best available aerosol solutions for brands to meet the sustainability demands being expressed by both consumers and regulators.