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Bioplan: a nail varnish sample pack

On the occasion of the 2013 edition of MakeUp in Paris, Bioplan, a specialist in sampling and single doses for the beauty-care, fragrance and makeup industries, showcased the world’s first nail varnish sample or single-use pack.

With its integrated applicator, the sample designed by Bioplan is ready for an immediate and complete nail varnish session. The transparent shell, snappable blister, releases a brush and contains the required amount for applying nail polish to hands and feet.

This innovation, manufactured and filled at Bioplan plant in Thouars (France), is “suitable for both sampling kits as weel as sales products, travel retail or any discovery offer,” explains the subsidiary of the Ileos group.

Beyond sampling, several uses can be considered, whether to have fun just for a night, allowing an ultra trendy, or to change colour during the night without having to carry a full bottle.

Bioplan, which employs approximately 1,400 people worldwide, has expertise in manufacturing, formulation and filling in its own factories. Based in France, Poland, Brazil and China, the company is now present in the United States since 2012 with the acquisition of the U.S. leader in sampling and filling for the fragrance and cosmetics markets.

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