A Watercolor-Inspired Gradient For Superbloom Inspires Only The Brightest Of Skin
by Chloe Gordon on 02/16/2022 | 3 Minute Read
If you're not immediately drawn to the vibrant gradient hues found on Superbloom's skincare line, I'd beg you to look longer. Designed by HATCH DESIGN, Grover Collaborative's skincare line's packaging is based on the powerful natural ingredients found within. As a result, the watercolor-inspired bottles instantly brighten and give a glimmer of brilliance.
Online wellness lifestyle retailer Grove Collaborative tasked Hatch with the launch their own skincare brand, Superbloom. Inspired by the potent and powerful natural botanical ingredients, Hatch created an identity and packaging system that boldly commanded attention in a crowded digital set. Made with the latest botanical science and clean ingredients, Superbloom’s 100% vegan formulas are carefully crafted to defend your skin from modern aggressors like pollution, blue light, and free radicals.
Brighten, tighten, and protect your skin with some of the most powerful plants on earth. Watercolor was used to create an ethereal feel. This is meant to highlight the power of the plants to help transform the skin into one more beautiful and radiant. The bottles and containers share the same colors as their boxes. The two colors used to merge. As the material is made primarily of glass, it allows for light to pass through which gives it an inner glow. Details from product form to the unboxing experience aimed to harness the power of delight that naturally comes with a super bloom.
- Designed By:: HATCH DESIGN
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