Deodorant tubes can be used to package products such as antiperspirants, sunscreen, topical medications, lotion or perfume bars, and cosmetic sticks. They are typically made from durable plastic and can be found in a variety of colors such as black and white. Clear deodorant tubes improve visibility and showcase contents. They can include many different features and are often paired with practical closures.
Durable Features of Plastic Deodorant Tubes
High-density polyethylene (HDPE) and polypropylene (PP) are two plastics commonly used to make health and beauty tubes. HDPE is known for its strength and impact-resistance, protecting tubes from breaking easily and incurring damage if dropped. HDPE resists mold and provides long-lasting packaging. PP is likewise strong, and has a high resistance to chemicals, ensuring that deodorant tubes protect contents from contamination and chemical alteration. Both plastics are lightweight, reducing shipping costs, and empty deodorant tubes can easily be recycled.
What Options Are Available?
Choose from deodorant tubes with ribbed dials that can be easily twisted to raise or lower contents, making dispensing easy, and reducing product waste by ensuring that every last bit of product is obtainable. Pair tubes with matching caps to provide additional protection from contamination. Caps are easy to slide off and on, providing quick opening and closing. Use bottles with roller ball inserts that make product application fast and simple, and offer precise dispensing. These balls can be easily snapped into bottles after they've been filled. Narrow, cylindrical-shaped tubs are sleek and eye-catching, while wide, oval-shaped options provide plenty of label space to showcase branding or product information.
Berlin Packaging Offers Additional Services
Berlin Packaging offers benefits such as label design and financing options. They oversee quality assurance through reducing waste, assessing product efficiency, and providing warranties. They even have an on-site laboratory for examining products through accelerated aging techniques and drop tests.