The global cosmetics market is currently one of the fastest growing industries today. Valued at USD
532.43 billion in 2017, and expected to reach a market value of USD 805.61 billion by 2023, those
finding themselves enthralled in this exciting industry are in for a gold rush. With the demand for
cosmetics rising in every corner of the world, brands are obligated to up the ante with how they
appeal to their consumers. While it is the miracle inducing lotions, creams and moisturisers that are
doing all the heavy lifting, the packaging they come enclosed in plays a significant role in what makes
up the image and reputation of the brands they come under.
Choosing the right packaging can be a daunting endeavour. No matter how good a product is, if its
packaging doesn’t hold up to the rising standards expected by consumers, a brand could never live
up to the potential it could have with the right packaging solutions. Lesopack is a pioneering
cosmetics packaging manufacturer servicing clientele the world over; spanning Southeast Asia,
Japan, Korea, Europe, North America, and Russia, Lesopack manufactures cosmetics tubes, jars,
bottles and containers of the highest standards. Having an expert guide on finding the right
cosmetics packaging is always a plus.
Finding the best cosmetics manufacturer for you
Competency and quality are essential factors to consider when choosing the right packaging
manufacturer. Finding one that is capable of covering all your wholesale cosmetic packaging needs is
ideal. In order to do that, it is essential to figure out what type of packaging best suits your product
needs.
An informed and experienced packaging manufacturer that best understands a client’s necessities in
accordance to their products would be a prolifically instrumental asset. Creams, moisturisers and
lotions all need product specific packaging depending on a plethora of factors like viscosity, texture,
storage temperature and more. A packaging manufacturer capable of expertly discerning whether it
is glass or one of the many types of plastic packaging options that is best suited to a product could
save tremendous costs otherwise incurred by trial and error. Just as important, branding and
labelling capabilities are essential aspects that need to be considered when choosing the right
packaging.
Production capabilities
Cosmetics brands carry a multitude of products under their name. In a globalised age where
individuality is a defining ideal amongst consumers, there’s as much diversity in cosmetics products
as the people using them. Accordingly, brands need to pay precise attention to the packaging needs
of every product in their line-up. On that account, it is imperative that brands find a cosmetics
packaging manufacturer capable of catering to each and every requirement necessitated by a
product.
When exploring the production capabilities of a potential packaging manufacturer for your brand,
particular consideration must be paid to the packaging materials available to you. Glass and plastic

containers come in many different forms, shapes, colours and sizes. Glass jars and containers are
favourites amongst cosmetics brands. Showing off an intrinsic air of sophistication, elegance and
class, there’s a lot a brand could do with good glass packaging.
Glass

  • One of the most non-reactive material available for cosmetic packaging, the structure of
    glass will not interfere with 99% of the ingredients used in cosmetics products. Glass comes
    in the form of jars and bottles obtainable in an abundance of shapes, colours and sizes.
    When considering plastic packaging options, there are two main forms to be aware of; HDPE (High-
    Density Polyethylene) and PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate Plastic).
    HDPE (High-Density Polyethylene)
  • A staple material7 available to cosmetics brands, HDPE is lightweight and highly durable.
    Exhibiting moisture and chemical resistant qualities, excluding the use of some essential and
    fragrance oils, HDPE can be moulded into many different forms of plastic tubes. With its high
    strength-to-density ratio, resistance to temperatures ranging from -100ºF to 120ºF, and
    recyclability, the material a popular choice among cosmetics brands.
    PET (Polyethylene Terephthalate Plastic)
  • Very lightweight and reasonably durable, PET is a transparent plastic that can be obtained in
    a variety of forms and colours. Capable of resisting temperatures from -40°F up to 120°F,
    this lightweight plastic imitating glass is marvellously customisable and easily recyclable.

Finding the best cosmetic packaging manufacturers to suit your needs
Lesopack delivers high quality cosmetic packaging to leading cosmetic suppliers all over the world.
With the global cosmetic market exploding over the last decade, we help brands compete and
explore new directions; experimenting with visual communication and functionality, as well as
product and packaging shelf life, Lesopack stays up to date and continues to be the bridge between
brands and cosmetic suppliers to ensure that consumers receive the best this modern world has to
offer.
Manufacturing and supplying some of the most durable, high quality and elegant cosmetic packaging
options available on the market, Lesopack offers packaging solutions on par with the highest of
industry standards in cosmetics packaging.

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