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Aesthetic tube packaging

CCL Plastic Packaging recently helped Slatkin & Co., a New York City-based home fragrance marketer, launch its ultra-stylized, personal care products line called Slatkin’s Body Therapy.
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CCL created tubes for 18 different products within the line which includes a trio of eau de parfum hand creams body creams body washes and more. Designed for shelves and customers of department and specialty stores such as Neiman Marcus Saks Fifth Avenue and Bergdorf Goodman the Slatkin Body Therapy product line includes 18 2” diameter high density polypropylene coextruded tubes with an EVOH barrier. This was necessary to prevent fragrance and other ingredient seepage as well as to maintain product stability. All 18 tubes are matte coated and are screen printed in one or two colors with silver foil hot stamp labeling. Each tube receives a tamper-evident heat-sealed tube orifice liner topped with a 1.5” nondispensing closure with silver over shell. “We were very demanding in our expectations and CCL proved that we placed our trust with the right company” says Harry Slatkin owner and president of Slatkin & Co.

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