Tropic Skincare, a manufacturer of natural cosmetics, uses induction cap sealing to apply strong, hermetic seals to its containers and maintain the quality of its products.
Susan Ma, the Managing Director of the company, and runner up in the 2011 series of the hit BBC show ‘ The Apprentice’ , opted for induction cap sealing to protect the quality of her products and improve customer satisfaction.
“After seeing the enormous benefits that can be achieved with Enercon’ s cap sealers, they were the obvious choice to help us with Tropic Skincare’ s mission to continually improve and expand our skincare range,” said Ms Ma.
Tropic, which sells an award winning range of natural make-up, skin and body care products, chose Enercon for the advanced and reliable technology used in its equipment, and its industry based knowledge.
“Induction cap sealing is an efficient solution for manufacturers of the cosmetics industry as it protects the integrity of the product, while increasing customer satisfaction and brand image,” said Brian Tyndall, UK Sales Manager at Enercon Industries.
“Product quality is essential in the cosmetics industry, so having the possibility to prove that the product has not been tampered with or opened is a plus,” he added. The intact seal provided by induction technology also increases the shelf life of products as they are protected from contamination and oxidation.
With the use of an Enercon Super Seal™ Junior, a wide range of Tropic Skincare products benefit from induction cap sealing –providing tamper evidence, extended product shelf life and leak proof containers.
To find out more about Tropic Skincare’ s range of natural cosmetics, visit, or to find out more about Enercon Industries’ range of induction cap sealing equipment, visit.