Category: Skin Film Packaging

Skin Packaging Resource Guide

So, what’s the difference between skin and blister packaging? Skin packaging involves shrinking a thin clear plastic film over products and adhering it to a heat-activated adhesive-coated skin board. A blister pack is a hard plastic pocket that is in a similar but not perfect shape of the product. It is customized to individual products. A skin package has four components: the plastic film, a heat seal coating, printing ink and a paperboard or corrugated paperboard. After printing, the board

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Customized Blister Packaging

Blister packing is simple, consisting of coated paperboard which is adhered to a PVC plastic that has been customized per individual item. These clear plastic blister packs are used in conjunction with a cardboard blister card to keep the product in full view for the customer’s examination. Blister packaging is an inexpensive option for creating packages that are durable, transparent, and tamper proof. BUTYRATE FILM Sparkling clear, UV stabilized, rigid film or sheet, easily thermoformed. For outdoor or indoor exposure.

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Save Time and Money with Skin Packaging Film and Skin Boards

There are many differences between skin and blister packaging, in the following paragraphs we will describe the differences and similarities between blister and skin packaging and their benefits. Blister packaging has the highest “perceived value” on the retail shelf.  Blister packaging provides clean lines, a glossy protective PVC outer shell and a base for good graphics. Skin packaging is often used for lower cost items and accessories which make it a perfect solution for packaging lower cost items. In many

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