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Mega Airless takes care of men

At the latest edition of the Cosmopack trade show in Bologna, Mega Airless has presented the new “Men’s Care” line, a subtle Mix & Match offer for masculine products.

Mega Airless is adapting its expertise in airless packaging and flexibility to the brands that are addressing this high-growth market. The group thus offers a Mix & Match range “men’s care”.

Mix & Match offer

With this new range of products, Mega Airless wants to adapt to the evolution in demand by offering the typical advantages of its airless dispensers : convenience, user-friendliness and perfect content protection.

The Mix & Match offer is now available for men’s skincare, facilitating the combination of various fully interchangeable parts to allow shorter time to market and lower costs for product manufacturers. Brands can choose the right format for their product from among Mega Airless product range, combine it with their choice of adapter, actuator and cap, and select the adapted dosage for delivery of the product, from 0.2 to 1.5ml. This broad offer allows brands to select the packaging for a complete range of products including hydrating creams, anti-wrinkle care, serums and masks, for example,” explains the company.

In terms of esthetics, the new Mega Airless range “men’s care” is especially designed with the modern man in mind. Colours and material perfectly represent masculine attributes like dynamics and power.

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