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Mktg Industry introduces Collezione Glammy, a new complete glass packaging collection.

Stefano Focolari, CEO of the company, said "We decided to develop this new range of packaging because of the growing interest of the market for Skincare and self-care products. We needed to complete our product offer with glass solutions able to meet the progressive increase of requests for skincare and multifunctional crossing products between makeup and care.”

The new glass collection includes jars and bottles with different dispensing options, developed in a full range of sizes, to cover all the makeup and skincare product categories. Including:

- Glass bottles with lotion pump and over cap, available in sizes 15, 20, 30, 50, 100 ml.

- Glass bottles with aluminum covered or plastic dropper, available in sizes 15, 30 ml.

- Glass Jars with cover and plastic plate, available in sizes 10, 15, 30, 50 ml.

The entire collection has been developed in a cylindrical design with elegant and minimal lines, perfect for a new launch or easy to adapt to any already existing collection. All the items of the collection are highly customizable thanks to a wide range of stunning decorations to enhance the product look.

Available on the glass: screen printing, hot stamping (in any color), matte lacquering/frosted effect, colored glass, color shading.

Available on the accessories: screen printing, hot stamping (in any color), metallization (in any color), matte lacquering/frosted effect, and more.

“These recent years, pushed the consumers to experiment new products, directing their choices towards new kind of formulas that grant skin benefits. This was the driving factor that led Mktg Industry to develop a new collection that opens up to fluid formulas, from skincare treatments to colored make-up emulsions. Last but not least we worked on price positioning, we wanted a glass packaging collection with a wide range of available decorations yet with an amazing value for money ratio, and the Collezione Glammy is exactly that.” Focolari concludes.