Surprisingly packaging of deodorant refill pack made with a Bamboo Pulp

Bamboo Deodorant

A design studio made an innovative refill pack of deodorant with a bamboo pulp, i.e., plastic-freeIt designed to keep in mind the environmental impact due to the usage of plastic in packaging.
As if now, this first of its kind packaging, which is no plastic in a deodorant refill pack.

Deodorant Packaging

Regarding the deodorant, refill packaging the outer structure made of aluminum. It can make it easy to fit. 
The wild team works by a direct-to-consumer model; the deodorants and their refills can be posted through letterboxes. They’re also small enough to count as large letter size, meaning money is saved on postage.

Why we need the development of Bamboo Deodorant (Plastic-Free)?

The wild brand focuses on the environmental issue and targets to go sustainable with the plastic-free cosmetic product. As per data, the plastic need 400~600years to degrade. After use, and over 250m deodorants are bought in the UK every year, according to Morrama.
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Morrama’s founder – Jo Barnard, says Design Week that the studio worked on six months to introduce Wild’s refill packaging. Stick deodorants usually pack in a cardboard tube, she says. Wild uses paper pulp molding, a “top choice for premium tech packaging, including the iPhone.”
Source: Wild

Bamboo Deodorant- Features

Bamboo has a unique property, i.e., renewable features that make it the ideal material for single-use refills,” she adds. The body has a “special coating” on the inside, which provides the deodorant to move and down.

Read Fun-Facts of Bamboo – Why Bamboo needs support for packaging?

According to Wild, the refills are utterly recyclable after they’ve been used up, and the deodorant itself uses only natural ingredients.

Durable Mechanism of Bamboo Deodorant

It has a “durable” mechanism that delivers the refill motion work; It has been “deliberately hidden.” That serves to guard it against wear and tear, as a deodorant is likely to be used as part of a daily cycle. Sustainable deodorant developed into other long-lasting features of the product: when the refill packed in, twisting the bottom of the deodorant locks the case until it is used up.
Barnard adds: “This protects the inner segments and means you are ready to go straight away with your new refill.”
Surprisingly packaging of deodorant refill pack with a Bamboo Pulp

Vihaan Nagal

संवेष्टन अभियान्ता | Packaging Engineer | Verpackung Ingenieur *Free time blogger *Believe in packaging reform (say naa to orthodox packaging) My life lies between degradable and non-degradable material.

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