Lumson, an expert in primary packaging production and integrated dispensing and airless systems solutions, has developed a dropper that it says combines aesthetics and functionality, offering a "functional and futuristic" concept.
The new elongated and ergonomic dropper "guarantees precision in dispensing, safety, and ease of use- crucial elements for a product destined for the cosmetic sector." Calibrating the quantity of product to dispense with Chisel can be done by applying slight pressure to the push-down button.
Chisel can be used with serums, oils, liquid foundations, or luxury hair treatments and is suited to all of Lumson's glass bottle products.
“For Lumson, new ideas are never finite and are not ends in themselves but instead bring an added value with them and innovation becomes a synonym for the research and study of new shapes, materials, and technological and aesthetic solutions. Lumson’s style rejects the superfluous and focuses on what’s essential, it appreciates the beauty in a simple gesture and prioritizes understated elegance. The minimalist style of Chisel illustrates precise design and the delicate yet innovative application of cosmetics without ever forgetting about ease-of-use and functionality,” explains Romualdo Priore, Lumson’s Marketing Director
"Chisel is the perfect example of how a dropper, something that is typically only functional, can transform into an element that truly enhances a product/brand and its characteristics. In the world of cosmetics, raising the profile of a product is a fundamental asset that goes beyond packaging, making it into not only a simple container, but a means of communicating the values and identity of a brand."
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