Any woman in the Western world is bound to have been handed a skin care sampler while walking through store-lined streets or shopping malls. While most of these are freebies, provided as a way to test out cosmetics products, a scheme for Sachette presents its tiny packets as sellable goods.
Maria Aksyuta has designed a wide selection of utterly ornate sachets that contain creams and lotions in single-use quantities. They would come in small boxes that you could keep in your medicine cabinet, holding individual refills that can be slipped into your pocket or your purse as needed. To make these skin care samplers look more like beauty products in their own rite, the designer covered them with exquisite patterns of flowers and bold colors, making them as fashionable as one-the-go touchups.
Patterned Cosmetics Sachets
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Scandinavian Skincare Branding
Vintage Flask-Inpired Kits
Graphically Tropical Campaigns
All Natural Australian Products
Sketched Skincare Packaging
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