Lively, playful, coquettish, eye-catching: “Catch me….” a new fragrance by Cacharel attracts attention with a striking bottle designed as a spinning top surmounted by multiple metallised bubbles.
The flacon and the bubbly cap which is made out of DuPont™ Surlyn® were created by the French designer Patrick Veillet as a playful object. Surlyn® was the material of choice for cap producer MBF Plastiques who needed a packaging material that can be metallized and has a good chemical resistance. The spherical cap also posed the challenge to mold it with perfect round shapes without any visual lines. Thanks to the processing flexibility of Surlyn® the numerous bubbles on the cap could be molded in mono-injection technology for thick and complex parts after installing special drawers into the mould and decorated with a shiny color that reflects the color of the fragrance, which is available as 30, 50 and 80 ml Eau de Parfum.
DuPont Cosmetic Solutions brings DuPont’s "Miracles of Science" to the world of beauty and personal care by expanding the possibilities of its comprehensive range of materials and technologies, and by fostering partnerships focused on technology and consumer insight. Its primary aim is to develop new and differentiated cosmetic solutions that meet brand owners’ and designers’ needs for innovation while enhancing the consumer experience and bring more fun, emotion and well-being
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