IRELAND – VOYA has relaunched its fabulous range of organic skin and hair care products into M&H tubes which uses new print technology enabling photo-realistic images to be printed directly onto the tube.
The VOYA range comprising 6 products: Hand Crème, Body Wash, Body Buff, Body Moisturiser, Shampoo and Conditioner. VOYA products consist of organic seaweed hand-harvested from the west coast of Ireland; all products have Certified Organic ingredients.
The products are packaged in a beautiful colour palette of white, cream and coffee and all feature a striking illustration of seaweed prominently on the front creating a strong overall brand identity.
Mark Walton of VOYA said: “Our goal is to create exceptional beauty and skincare treatments with integrity and in full harmony with nature. Based on our wonderful hand-harvested seaweed, certified organic ingredients and knowledge of the local traditions of seaweed baths and seaweed treatments, we strive to bring the full power of nature in its purest forms throughout our VOYA range.”
VOYA is a family-owned Irish business that produces luxury organic seaweed-based products and therapies. The company claims to use biodegradable or recyclable materials in all its packaging wherever feasible, down to the corn-starch-based chips they pack their boxes with; all manufacturing is done with sustainable energy (wind) in Strandhill.
“We are delighted to have worked with VOYA on this new range of products which will look stunning on-shelf,” said M&H Plastics’ Karen Norris.
“M&H has made significant investments in its tube business and is now able to decorate a million tubes a week. We offer a complete in-house decoration service to help differentiate products and the VOYA range demonstrates how a simple packaging concept can be brought to life with good use of colour and selective foil blocking.”
M&H Plastics is a supplier of plastic Components and manufactures bottles, jars flexible tubes and closures for many end users including personal care, pharmaceutical, healthcare and nutrition.