The primary packaging company launches the Jennifer series with patented accessory mainly for nail polish
Baralan, a consolidated player in primary packaging for the cosmetics and beauty industries, has introduced its Jennifer series, featuring two newly-designed glass bottles that are combined with the patented “J-Ring” accessory, developed specifically for nail polish, but also for use in skincare and make-up applications.
An original design in both style and function, the Jennifer series consists of two bottle sizes in the same shape, both with a GPI 15 neck size. The bottles feature a double shoulder, with the smaller one surrounding the neck. The larger Jennifer 15 has a nominal capacity of 15ml, while the Jennifer 12 has a smaller capacity of 12ml.
The Jennifer series has been designed for use with an innovative accessory called the J-Ring, a plastic collar protecting the user from possible product leaks. The component enhances user experience and ensures maximum neatness, significantly diminishing the likelihood of formula residue coming in contact with the user during the product application. The J-Ring is available in a large chromatic variety that can match nail polish colours and can also be produced with a metallised finish to enhance the product’s preciousness.
“At Baralan, we firmly believe that packaging is the expression of brand identity and the first impression to the consumer,” said Maurizio Ficcadenti, Global R&D Manager at Baralan. “It is with this mindset that our team developed the aesthetically impactful and functional design of the Jennifer series, including the new J-Ring accessory, which we hope will resonate with brands and consumers alike for its ability to reduce messiness and product waste.”