Detergent & Soap Packaging
Soap and detergent, whether dry or liquid, are necessities in our daily lives and, as such, should be packaged in a way that reflects their importance. Choosing the wrong soap packaging design and format can result in a lower quality product and dissatisfied customers.
Foster Packaging’s team can assist and guide you in choosing and creating the best packaging solution to make your product stand out and shine.
Applicable Soap Packaging Designs and Formats
Because they maximise the product-to-packaging ratio, flat bottom bags are ideal for bulk packaging for soap products. The flat bottom feature provides stability for heavier products while also providing ample space to print and showcase labels.
Foster’s flat bottom bags can also have resealable enclosures and windows to further elevate the consumer experience.
Liquid packaging requires the proper format to protect the contents and prevent leaks. Foster Packaging’s spout pouch is ideal for liquid soap and detergent packaging. They can be made of materials with special barrier laminations. The cap can also be easily taken on and off for a more convenient consumer experience while reducing spills.
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Frequently Asked Questions
A cardboard box is the most commonly used packaging format for a bar of soap. However, it takes up a lot of space during transport and does not protect against moisture when not lined with a film coating.
Wrapping soaps in laminated paper or bags keeps them safe and also makes them more compact, so they take up less space during shipping and cost less overall.
Our spouts are by far the most popular feature to be added to package soap, particularly for liquid products. It simplifies the process of pouring liquids and can be resealed to prevent leaks. If you want your product to stand out on the shelves, the options at Foster Packaging are highly customisable, allowing you to combine your brand design with our packaging.
Easy tear notches are also available, which are ideal for refill packs that do not need to be resealed. Lastly, resealable zippers are available for powdered detergent packaging solutions to provide additional convenience and prevent spillage.