A winged cover in DuPont™ Surlyn® for the first Adidas Originals' perfume bottle, recalling the iconic pair of “Jeremy Scott Wings” sneakers.
The cosmetic foundation packaging for 'Brightup Foundation' from the new Japanese beauty line Aquagirl Cosmetics uses DuPont™ Surlyn® 3D overmolding technology to create an intriguing visual effect.
DuPont™ Surlyn® has become the preferred cosmetic packaging material for its diverse aesthetic effects and more.
The iconic perfume cover for Givenchy’s new Dahlia Divin Eau de Toilette is manufactured in transparent Surlyn® by DuPont. Initially the cover was to have been opaque.
The new intensive anti-aging care "gli elementi” is highlighted in the Airlux bottle recently developed by Eurovetrocap. The Airlux cream bottle is made from a polypropylene bottle which is molded with a thick layer of Surlyn® replacing glass with its crystalline transparency.
The Kanebo RMK firming essence luxury cosmetics steps out to the market in an elegant flacon having an inner shape made of HDPE overmolded using the DuPont Surlyn® 3D technology.
The beauty and elegance of Magnifique Rouge by Lancome is an ideal example of the design and aesthetic capabilities of cosmetic tubes made with DuPont™ Surlyn®.
AmorePacific of Seoul, Korea made DuPont™ Surlyn® the clear choice for the packaging of its Laneige Shining Lip Gloss tube.
The first The Silk by Sensai fragrance bottle with its Surlyn® cap was designed to resemble a silk cocoon, to magnify the fragrance created by the perfume creator Marie Salamagne.
DuPont™ Surlyn® has been adopted for the primary skin care packaging of Bvlgari’s exclusive skincare line ‘Serum Précieux’.
Commercial applications and concepts from around the world for packaging using DuPont™ Surlyn® 3D confirm the multitude of design options available with the innovative overmolding technology from DuPont.