As the pharmaceutical industry evolves, so do the packaging requirements and branding uniqueness that separate your product from your competitors.
Bottles are commonly used for liquid pharmaceuticals. Glass is most common for liquids because it is inert and has excellent barrier properties. Various types of plastic bottles are used both by drug producers as well as by pharmacists in a pharmacy.
Prescription bottles come in several different colors, the most common of which being orange or light brown due to its ability to prevent ultraviolet light from degrading the potentially photosensitive contents, while still letting enough visible light through for the contents to be easily visible. Other common colors include Clear (for compounds that don't degrade in light), blue, dark brown, green, and various opaque hues.
Amen Packaging provides a large collection of containers both in plastic and glass form. We can help you evaluate glass pharmaceutical containers based on composition, type, and determine appropriate caps or dispensing techniques.