Wood for cosmetics

Technically sound, beautiful and tactile, wood has grown from being an experimental to now mainstream material for cosmetics packaging, embraced by some of world’s largest beauty brands.

As the provider of the very first wooden component for beauty packaging back in 2001, Quadpack Wood is the pioneer and global leader in wood cosmetics packaging.

We manufacture both standard and customised solutions in our FSC® & PEFC™ certified factory in Spain, led by our team of experts with unmatched mastery and knowledge of this magical material for beauty products. 


A collection of 100% wood, zero-plastic cap & closure systems achieving the ultimate level of sustainability with wood beauty packaging.

Our patented fragrance cap technology features innovative wood ribs with optimal softness and elasticity, delivering the best closure performance and reliability available in the industry. Meanwhile, we also offer 100% wood closure systems for a variety of plastic and glass jars.

Woodacity® is available in both our standard offering and for bespoke requests. More Woodacity® products are coming soon, so watch this space!

About Quadpack Wood

Founded in 1986 and acquired by Quadpack in 2013, Quadpack Wood is located north of Barcelona in a small town halfway between the city and the Pyrenees.

Quadpack Wood is the pioneer and global leader in Wood packaging components for the beauty industry and is the first to be certified by both the FSC® & PEFC™. Our 10,000m² facilities host 30 production lines and have the capacity to produce 45 million units per year.

Heavy investment into clean manufacturing technology now sees the energy for Quadpack Wood’s heaters, air conditioning and dryers generated through its own biomass plant, using the factory’s wood scraps. In addition, the factory runs on 100% renewable electricity.

Wood sources and types

All of our wood is sourced from expanding, low-risk and controlled European forests, the majority of which are certified by the FSC® & PEFC™.

We manufacture components in four wood types, all of which are non-endangered species and each delivering optimal density and hardness to serve as packaging.

We do not work with exotic woods or other species that cannot have their source verified.

  • Ash
  • Beech
  • Pine
  • Maple
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