Exceptional cases for your creations
- Highest Quality
- Custom-Made Creations
- Unique Know-How
Delivering the Highest Quality Since 1921
Aptar Chavanod (Reboul) has been recognized as “Living Heritage” by the French Government.
This label is a recognition of unparalleled skills and exceptional made in France production.
Combining tradition with innovation allows us to offer inimitable, custom-made lipsticks.
As proof of our excellence, major lipstick brands have trusted us since 1921.
A Creative Spirit and an Agile Team for Custom-Made Creations
A human-sized team for quick solutions.
A highly skilled team for custom-designed solutions.
A team supported by Aptar with its B2B2C approach for customer-oriented solutions.
An experienced team able to develop innovative solutions.
A Unique Combination of Know-How Based in France
At Aptar Chavanod (Reboul), we master the complete lipstick production chain, from design to decoration, with renowned expertise in metal and plastic. Located in Annecy – less than 4 hours from Paris – Aptar Chavanod (Reboul) is the one and only partner to offer all this know-how in a single location.
An Environmentally-Friendly Approach for Sustainable Products
The Aptar Chavanod (Reboul) manufacturing site, located at the edge of the Annecy lake – the purest lake in Europe – takes environmental challenges into consideration. 95% of waste produced by the plant is sorted and upgraded.
Development of sustainable lipsticks:
- Without resin or all metal
- Made with recycled material (aluminium, brass)
- Suitable for preservative-free formulas (airtight packaging)
Aptar Beauty + Home Welcomes Comité Colbert
Aptar Beauty + Home was honored to have recently welcomed Benedicte Epinay, CEO, Comité Colbert* to visit behind the scenes of our Aptar Reboul site as we celebrate 100 years of Aptar Reboul’s “Savoir-Faire” in creating beautiful lipstick cases.
A unique combination of expertise
The Aptar Reboul facility masters the complete lipstick production chain, from design to decoration offering a unique expertise on both metal stamping, deep-stamping, and plastic injection.
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Towards ever more ethical cosmetics
Based on Lush’s design concept, inspired by antique Lipsticks, Aptar Reboul created a vintage looking casing illustrating the timeless beauty of brass. Refillable, this lipstick is made of aluminum and brass, with 40% of recycled material.
“Aptar Reboul is one of the few companies in the world with the technology and experience to manufacture our refillable lipstick tubes on the scale we need.”
Lush Creative Packaging
“A beautiful lipstick case is an object that has meaning and style”
On the lipstick market, what makes lipstick packaging an element of beauty? What story can be told through a lipstick case? Read our interview with Elie Papiernik, designer and co-director at the Centdegrés agency.
Lipstick among an era of circular economy
« With more consumers engaged in waste reduction and circular economy, and more restrictive regulations, key players of the lipstick industry – brands, manufacturers and distributors – strengthen their efforts to tackle the issue of single use packaging. »
After fast food and fast fashion, consumer behaviors are trending toward slower, healthier consumption meant to reduce environmental impact. Consuming less – and consuming better quality – is the standard behind these new “slow” movements, explains Pascale Brousse, Trend Sourcing agency founder and sustainable beauty expert
Overview of more than a century of Lipstick innovation
Aptar Reboul was founded in 1921 and supported many Lipstick innovations. Sandrine Bréchon, R&D Manager, Aptar Reboul, reviews 120 years of lipstick through four major innovations, and considers what tomorrow’s lipstick might be.
“While lipstick was reserved to the elite for thousands of years, it became widespread in the late 19th century when brands like Guerlain began to market their own collections. The pin-up phenomena after WWII made lipstick an extremely popular beauty product.”