Squeezable tubes are much more prominent in almost every industry today because of their flexibility to hold and dispense a wide range of products along with being easier and less expensive to make, fill and cap over other containers like jars and bottles. In fact, the cosmetics and personal care industries have greatly increased their use of plastic squeeze tubes for the above reasons as well as better durability, increased resistance to breaking, air tightness and longer product shelf life.
As the use of squeeze tubes is growing greatly, there are a lot more types of squeeze tubes available like plastic tubes, laminate tubes, extruded and inject molded tubes, and metal tubes. Of course, that means there are many more choices to make when deciding which type of squeeze tube is right for your product line.
To make better choices for your product or products, you should know some basics about the advantages the different types of squeeze tubes deliver.