Albéa recently contributed to several major launches in the perfume sector.

The French specialist of cosmetic packaging thus developed the perfume cap for L’Air, the new Nina Ricci perfume, inspired by the classic L’Air du Temps.

This sophisticated and crystalline perfume cap is made from crystal ionomer resin, has no apparent seam markings, and truly embodies the personality of the L’Air perfume. The cap is made in the Albéa factory in Parigné l’Evêque, France.

Another recent development for perfumes, the cap for Baiser Volé, Cartier’s latest fragrance for women.

The cap is made up of 4 parts in gold-plated ABS:

- the moulded cap contains a counterweight for a heavy, precious metal feel. A magnet is located in the right-hand edge of the cap for easy closing.
- the ring, engraved with the Cartier signature brand name, is made of a single piece of POM and includes a second magnet, reminiscent of the clasps found on jewel boxes.
- the gold pushbutton was designed in order to elegantly dissimulate the spray-pump valve. The subtle engraving of Baiser Volé across the top of the pushbutton echoes the elegant spirit of the fragrance with each application.

These two products were developed at Albéa’s production plant in Parigné L’évêque, France.