Sure, incense appeals to the sense of smell, but that doesn’t mean the packaging should be overlooked. Zooscope developed a gorgeous design for Aromayur, a line of incense and all-natural products in India. Not only will it make you proud to display the box next to your incense holder, but Zooscope created a design that the company can easily adapt in the future for other scents.
Ideas that Kick (Kick) designed the packaging and branding for Bilt, a new men’s skin care line. The design for this product line stands out as the products are appealing to the consumer without defining themselves as being an overtly masculine product.
Gypsy Tonic is certainly one-of-a-kind. After all, you won’t find any other chocolate almond flavored superfood health supplements out there! The intricate, ornate design transports consumers to a different time, so we spoke with Tom Lane, the designer behind the beverage. He told us more about the inspiration he used to create a true apothecary vibe, developing the custom lettering, designing with color versus black and white, and more.
If you have a gum chewing habit, this product just might be for you. Get More Vitamins and Family (and friends) have teamed up to create the packaging for a new line of innovative Multivitamin Chewing Gum.
If you find yourself on the go and want to look your best, you might benefit from the wonders of dry shampoo, a product that keeps your hair feeling fresh. bluemarlin Brand Design Agency has designed the fun and eye-catching packaging for Batiste 2-in-1, a new line of dry shampoos that also serve as conditioners at the same time.
This elegant packaging for La Mer Revitalizing Hydrating Serum evokes the cooling nature of the ocean. To celebrate the release of La Mer, MW Luxury Packaging created this exclusive and elaborate presentation box.
We always appreciate when brands can have a sense of humor. Luminous Design Group designed the packaging for Spongie, a line of body sponges that really encourage you to pick one up yourself. Playful illustrations add an element of smile-inducing whimsy, giving the brand a fun personality that is totally irresistible.
Less is more, especially when it comes to those who have sensitive skin. They need products without a bunch of chemicals or irritating ingredients, like the line of plant-based Peet Rivko products. Designed by Gunter Piekarski, the packaging expresses the simple, gentle formulas used in each item. Black and white packaging along with a bold, sans serif font look incredibly modern and sleek, appealing to those who need something different from what’s on the market.
Kosås Cosmetics is not for those who are shy and don’t like attention. These lip colors come in rich hues like deep plum and bright strawberry that instantly draw attention. But these aren’t just fun lipsticks to wear—they’re all natural and good for your skin, too. Heavy Atelier, Inc. developed packaging that would express the brand’s values in an elegant and clean way.
Robot Food has designed the packaging for Electric Ink, their new tattoo care brand. The packaging takes direct inspiration from the style of traditional tattoos while maintaining a professional and sleek look.
You may not love mushrooms, but their many health benefits might just sway you to try Loom’s line of products. Pusher Studio was tasked with designing Loom, giving mushrooms a good name and allowing consumers to focus on the medicinal benefits as well as the wonderful flavor of their products. The packaging is simple and modern, having a bit of an artisanal feel while still highlighting the wonderful health aspects mushrooms possess.
Play Vibe believes that sexual pleasure is simply natural. The packaging, designed by Urszula Krasny, uses flora and fauna to emphasize that sexual wellness is a part of overall health. Elegant illustrations and bold colors express a modern and feminine vibe, and names of each product are a nod to some of history’s pioneers in sexual health.
Give your skin a fresh start, every single day. Designed by moodley brand identity, Aquatadeus is a skincare line that aims to rejuvenate and heal skin, giving you a natural glow. The branding is incredibly refreshing, with a bright color palette and playful font choice, making it a fun way to start your morning.
It doesn’t get much more luxury than this. Complete with a sleek black box, suede, and gold foil, this is some seriously sophisticated beauty product packaging. Designed by Cecil Joyce, Estee Lauder and manufactured by MW Luxury Packaging, this exquisite experience is reserved for anyone who is lucky enough to get their hands on one of these.
Palermo Body has you covered for all your skin care product needs. Every item is crafted on a small scale and is totally natural, so you can also feel good about using it. The packaging, designed by Stitch Design Co., is a perfect extension of the mindful brand, giving it a light, airy, and clean look.
This perfume looks so perfectly sultry, doesn’t it? ZARA Woman wanted to give their fragrance a makeover, so they turned to Lavernia&Cienfuegos for the redesign. With specific instructions to leave certain parts of the packaging alone, they made key changes that have totally transformed the scent for the better.
We love this refreshing, updated portrayal of Greek Gods on Elo Soaps. These handmade body products are handmade and natural, made from—what else?—Greek olive oil, which is known to work wonders for your skin. Smirap Designs developed packaging that would pay homage to Greece and also appeal to those visiting the country.
A holistic vision fuels the story-telling behind this beauty concept by Russian branding agency, Funky Business. As a way to highlight Microme Cosmetics allegiance to its ingredients, the range mimics the look of its makeup under the microscope. The result is an honest iteration of tactile packages, designed to deliver on the products provenance in a sublet yet impactful way.
Perfume isn’t just for your sense of smell anymore. With Xinú, you can take yourself on a journey that appeals to your olfactory memory but also incorporates a beautiful visual story as well. Esrawe + Cadena developed the packaging which stands out in so many ways, from the collage image on the front of the box to the unusual shape of the bottle itself.
Yes, Me&Youth is a cosmetics company, but their focus is on great skin rather than offering every shade of eyeshadow. This holistic, healthy approach helped inform their new packaging, designed by Nicholas Christowitz. Me&Youth products have a minimalist design, with black and white containers that highlight the beauty in less. Splashes of floral designs give it a feminine touch.
Having well-groomed eyebrows has become somewhat of a standard in today’s society and with Baebrow you no longer have to feel out of the loop. Designed by Robinsson Cravents, packaging for these brow tint pens are everything and more.