Glass is made from the raw materials like soda ash, sand, and limestone and has been used for generations for medicine packaging. It's sustainable and its benefits are that it is 100 percent recyclable and can be recycled over and over with no loss of quality or purity. 80 percent of recovered glass is made into new glass products, including jars and bottles. A glass container can go from a recycling bin to a store shelf in approximately 30 days. Glass is both impermeable and non-porous. There are no chemical interactions between the container and its products with the outside so the products remain unaffected. It protects its contents from moisture and oxygen so that the product's shelf life and contents are preserved. Plastic Jars are also popular for pharmaceutical products. Various types are used for jars -- such as PET and PP -- for the benefits they offer. In order to increase the longevity and resistance level of plastic cosmetic jars, high grade plastic and other material are used in their manufacturing. Among the packaging materials, PET provides high sustainability. It can be completely recycled and is lightweight and essentially unbreakable. Its benefits are that PET can be completely recycled. It is lighter than glass which helps reduce transporting costs, takes less fuel in shipping, and lowers CO2 emissions. PET jars can use less space on store shelves. This results in lower costs for you. PET increases the shelf life of your products due to its excellent barrier properties. PET offers a barrier against temperature, UV light, and oxygen. PET is far less breakable than other materials. When Injection Stress Blow Molding (ISBM) is used, the jar is nearly unbreakable. PET is also cost-effective due to its weight savings during transport, the actual production of it, and its final packaging. PET is also more economical in its energy use when compared with glass and aluminum.PP is also an up-and-coming plastic for use with your pharmaceutical products as well as in other markets. For example, a coextrusion blown plastic jar solution can result in an 80 percent packaging reduction when compared to glass jars. When layered with ethylene vinyl alcohol (EVOH), a PP jar can provide a shelf life of up to 12 months. PP jars can also withstand temperatures of up to 120 degrees, making them ideal for sterilization and pasteurization.
Packaging manufacturers and Packaging service providers provide high-quality bottles and jars made from polyethylene terephthalate (PET), high-density polyethylene (HDPE), polypropylene (PP) and polylactic acid (PLA) or glass for the pharmaceutical, nutritional, personal care markets.
Production methods and logistical processes comply with the strict terms and conditions in the cosmetic markets in order to ensure the correct connection to QA & QC processes. The ISO 8 cleanrooms, the microbiological control system and the cleaning process make the cream jars suitable for direct production and filling.
Ample range standard jars blown in different materials such as (HDPE - PP- PVC) for the cosmetics, hairdressing and perfume sectors. Further jars used for cosmetics can be made from acrylic and can be single wall jar or double wall jar.
Many global, packgaging services provides can provide glass or plastic jars for pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, nutraceuticals and healthcare supplements dietary supplements. Plastic Protein Powder Jar are made using latest technology and finest quality basic material by team of highly skilled professionals.