Custom Personal Care/Shampoo BottleBlind

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Looking for a unique custom design bottle for our new business. Inspiration should be the Bath & Body Works Foaming Hand Soap Bottles (Link below). It needs to look like a product from a high-end fashion label. A signature element of the bottle should be our logo embossed up the side of the bottle. This should be a stand out feature. We are looking to be able to scale the design to different size bottles 150ml, 300ml, 600ml. Also looking for the bottle to have the option of interchangeable dispenser tops- caps, pumps, and foaming pump.
We need to see rendering images of the product. Looking for a design CAD file that we can take to manufactures to create the bottles in bulk.
Don't Wants:
Generic shampoo/ bottle designs. While round designs are ok to see, we are looking for square bottle shapes
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If a sample is possible, please let me know. I'll work separately with you to get samples made.
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#65 Foaming Hand Soap Bottle 300 ml by majd kassar
Oct 15, 2020 18:59
#64 Transparent shampoo bottle by DivyaR
Oct 15, 2020 15:41
#63 Shampoo Bottle curve square by atekd
Oct 15, 2020 14:53
#62 Custom Personal Care/Shampoo Bottle by DjayRC Design
Oct 15, 2020 14:44
#61 BOTTLE DESIGN by senthilnathan
Oct 15, 2020 9:54
#58 Cad of concept 1 by studio701
Oct 14, 2020 21:43
#57 Concept 1 by studio701
Oct 14, 2020 14:15
#56 Custom Personal Care/Shampoo Bottle by Strategic C-A-Design
Oct 14, 2020 6:14
#55 Custom Personal Care/Shampoo Bottle by Sylvester
Oct 13, 2020 11:18
Oct 12, 2020 20:31
#53 Premium Scent by Ianne Gwapings
Oct 12, 2020 13:27
#52 Shampoo Bottle by atekd
Oct 11, 2020 14:50
#49 150 ml bottle in half by AlexanderVelez
Oct 6, 2020 0:53
#48 Shampoo Bottle Design by Samer
Oct 5, 2020 13:31
#47 Concept 6 by Jim81
Oct 3, 2020 20:08
#46 1 by Anand_A
Oct 3, 2020 18:57
#45 High-end Foaming Hand Soap Bottles by UJan
Oct 2, 2020 21:22
#43 Scent Shampoo by patrickdSilva
Oct 1, 2020 18:56
#40 Sampoo bottle 1 by Michael Dimou
Oct 1, 2020 12:25
#38 Shampoo Bottle by Sunil_kumar_sethy
Sep 30, 2020 13:43
#34 Shampoo bottle by divyang patel
Sep 29, 2020 16:20
#27 Wip shampoo model by divyang patel
Sep 27, 2020 16:41
#26 Shampoo bottle by Gurpreet_Singh
Sep 27, 2020 16:29
#25 Shampoo bottle by Yacine3Dz
Sep 26, 2020 21:54
#24 Bottle design by Nikhil B Bhat
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Sep 26, 2020 18:42




Wed, 28 Oct 2020 16:18:52 +0000
Hello , please who have you selected as the winner? Thank you



Tue, 27 Oct 2020 16:45:07 +0000
Hi, you have not selected the winner yet?
Fri, 02 Oct 2020 13:52:40 +0000
Do you also want the product label design? Or just the 3D CAD model (the plastic bottle)?
Fri, 25 Sep 2020 05:56:24 +0000
Please let us know if it should be metal, Glass or plastic.
Thu, 17 Sep 2020 06:29:34 +0000
these kind of shapes ore ok?

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