Cosmetic Bottles come in different sizes and shapes. […]
Cosmetic Bottles come in different sizes and shapes. Common shapes in cosmetic bottles are cylindrical, oval and rectangular, but some are unique in shape. Most cosmetic bottles are made of plastic or glass and usually have a lid or lid made of metal or plastic. Some of the products packaged in cosmetic bottles include shampoos, conditioners, foundations, nail polishes and nail polish removers. Other products in cosmetic bottles are shower gel, facial cleanser and toner, talcum powder and liquid hand soap.
The shape, size and materials used to make some cosmetic containers are usually determined by the ingredients. For example, creams and creamy eye shadows and blushes are typically associated with small round glass jars having a wide mouth, while skin emulsions are typically in the form of tall containers with narrow openings at the top. Nail polish bottles are usually small and made of glass, while nail polish removers are housed in larger plastic bottles. Perfume is usually packed in small glass bottles, while body lotions, shower gels, shampoos and conditioners are packaged in large plastic bottles.
Just as the style of the clothing changes, some designs of cosmetic bottles will change over time. For example, some plastic bottles designed to hold shower gels have hooks at one end so they can be hung from the shower curtain rod or shower head. This is a modern innovation, because the hooks were used in any type of cosmetic bottle until the late 20th century.
Antique perfume bottles are usually more gorgeous than the perfume bottles used today to package perfumes and colognes. Some cosmetic companies offer bottles with whimsical shapes, including cars, dogs, Christmas ornaments, Santa Claus and other characters. Another difference between antique cosmetic bottles and contemporary cosmetic packaging is that old bottles are often embossed with information such as the company name and the number of products. Today, this information is usually provided with a label attached to the container instead of embossed glass.
Cosmetic Bottles require a lid or lid to prevent spillage or leakage of contents and to maintain any aroma. Some bottles have threaded openings so that the lid can be screwed on, while the other bottles are unthreaded and have a plastic cover that can be snapped. The mouth of the bottle must be able to provide a tight, strong fit that not only prevents leakage, but also allows any mechanism such as a pump or sprayer to function properly.