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dropper

 [drop´er]
a pipet or tube for dispensing liquids in drops.

in·stil·la·tor

(in'sti-lā'tŏr),
A device for performing instillation.
Synonym(s): dropper
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A company committed to design and innovation, always backed by its R&D department and technical team, Virospack develops new proposals every year trendsetting the cosmetic droppers market.
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Virospack says customization is key, especially when it comes to finishing techniques on dropper bulbs and compacts.
All models are compatible with a broad range of droppers, classic and push button, in a 20/410 neck thread, and are also available with a wiper.
At Quadpack Group, David Reguill, skin care category manager, says the company saw a rise in requests for droppers in 2015, which they expect will continue in 2016.
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On both models, the decoration and finishes provided are the same as for the supplier's standard droppers: standard white or black plastic, custom colors, metal shells or vacuum metallized.
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