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Caudalie and Lumson continue their collaboration

The French brand once again opted for Lumson’s TAG (Techno Airless Glass) System glass airless dispenser. This time, Caudalie selected the Deluxe version for two items of its Premier Cru line: The Cream (50ml) and The Eye Cream (15ml).

Lumson developed the new version Deluxe of its TAG System in order to make the packaging even more elegant and refined. The new version has thicker glass base and walls to add additional brilliance.

The inner glass lacquering in gold metallized effect that creates a lights/shadows effect. A metallised silver pump and a transparent overcap complete the pack. The finishing was made in a ceramic white and silver screen printing. All accessories and decorations were made by Lumson.

Caudalie was the first brand to adopt the Deluxe version of the TAG System. Consistent with its “Cosm’ethique” policy, Caudalie recommends to all customers, to separate the glass bottle from plastic components after total product’s distribution, in order to recycle the glass bottle.

Furthermore, Lumson and Caudalie have submitted this innovative and beautifully decorated packaging for “Prix Formes de Luxe 2013” awards.

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