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Baralan expands its own standard collection with a new series of glass bottles.


Baralan, a consolidated player in the field of primary packaging for the cosmetics and beauty industries, presented its Claudette large series, a new line of thin and cylindrical glass bottles. The third new glass line launched by the company this year – after the Penelope and Marina series – these new offerings illustrate Baralan's commitment to responding and adapting to industry trends and market changes with an expanding and globally accessible collection of standard packaging.

Available in three sizes – Claudette wide 10 Super-Weight (SW), Claudette wide 12 SW and Claudette wide 15 – the series is ideal for makeup and skin care products. After the success of Baralan's Claudette line, the Claudette wide series is an entirely new design that reinvents a classic cylindrical silhouette through reimagined proportions. Two of the sizes are characterized by a distinct super-light style, with a heavier glass bottom for a luxurious look and feel.

With glass packaging increasingly in demand, the launch of Baralan's new Claudette Wide Series has been designed to offer new styles of glass bottles with distinctive silhouettes that are ideal alternatives to the plastic sets currently available on the market. In fact, the three bottles of the series have the same collar finish, which allows many combinations with a wide range of accessories and caps already available in Baralan's standard collection.

"We are delighted to have reinvented the original and adorned design of our Claudette bottle, while extending it to larger sizes," said Maurizio Ficcadenti, Global Head of R&D. "The classic silhouette offers both elegant appeal, great flexibility and ultimate versatility, thanks to its ease of association with many accessories such as droppers, pumps or applicators. Our customers need refreshed styles and new glass to differentiate their brands, which is why we continue to invest in new designs and molds – to help identify new shapes that fit their needs. »

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