A cream pump is a device used to dispense a liquid or semi-solid substance, such as lotion or cream, in a controlled and measured manner. Cream pumps are often used in personal care and beauty products, such as hand creams, face creams, and body lotions. They can also be used in the food industry to dispense condiments, sauces, and other thick liquids.
Cream pumps typically consist of a container, a dispensing mechanism, and a nozzle. The container holds the product to be dispensed, and the dispensing mechanism uses a plunger or other device to move the product through the nozzle. The nozzle can be adjusted to dispense a desired amount of product with each press. Cream pumps are designed to be easy to use and provide a convenient way to dispense products without making a mess.
There are many different types of cream pumps available, and they can vary in size, shape, and material. Some cream pumps are made of plastic, while others are made of metal or glass. Some have a sleek and modern design, while others have a more traditional look. No matter the design, all cream pumps serve the same basic function of dispensing a controlled amount of product with each press.