An airless pump
is a device used to dispense liquids or creams from a container. Unlike traditional pumps, which use a dip tube to draw the product up from the container, airless pumps use a vacuum to dispense the product. Airless pumps are commonly used in the beauty and skincare industry, as they are effective at dispensing products like serums, lotions, and creams.
One of the primary benefits of using an airless pump is that it prevents air from coming into contact with the product. This is important because exposure to air can cause oxidation, which can degrade the quality of the product and reduce its effectiveness. Airless pumps also prevent contamination from bacteria or other pathogens that can be introduced through contact with air or fingers. This makes them ideal for use with sensitive skincare products that require high levels of hygiene.
Airless pumps typically consist of a container, a dispensing mechanism, and a vacuum pump. The container is often made of plastic or glass and can hold anywhere from a few milliliters to several liters of product. The dispensing mechanism is typically a piston or a diaphragm, which moves up and down in response to the vacuum created by the pump. This movement pushes the product out of the container and through a nozzle or spray head.
One of the key advantages of airless pumps is their ability to dispense a precise amount of product with each pump. This helps to reduce waste and ensure that the user gets the most out of their product. Airless pumps can also be used to dispense products with a wide range of viscosities, from thin serums to thick creams, making them a versatile choice for a variety of products.
Airless pumps are also environmentally friendly, as they are designed to use every last drop of product. Traditional pumps with dip tubes can leave a significant amount of product at the bottom of the container, which can go to waste. Airless pumps, on the other hand, are designed to dispense every last bit of product, reducing waste and minimizing the environmental impact.