Personal Care

First impressions count

Brand and image will always play a huge factor in driving sales in the world of personal care. Influenced by the latest fashion trends, we bring new-thinking to brand owners seeking 'stand out' packaging that disrupts their marketplace.

Our approach considers the importance of consumer lifestyles, building practicality and convenience into all our personal care packaging designs. Personal image is important and that is why personal care products are used several times throughout the day. Whether on the go, in the home, or at work, we create additional value by making multiple-use packaging more functional and engaging for the consumer. Our designs are simplistic, yet natural, blending into a consumer’s daily activities with minimal fuss. Removing frustrations that surround usability allows consumers to spend time doing what’s more important to them, more often.

In addition, with a range of dynamic decorative techniques, we can provide the finest, superior branded packaging to entice consumer interaction.

  • Pad printing
  • Foil blocking
  • Adhesive label application
  • In-Mould Labelling

Amaray Personal Care Plastic Packaging

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If you are looking for customised packaging to encourage sales and enhance your brand, our exceptional and unique service will truly make the difference. Let's talk.

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