For this new post I have prepared a packaging design for facial toners purely with herbal ingredients. I have done 3 different types (CBD, nettle, chamomile).

Herbal products are totally based totally on what is produced and offered by Mother Nature. The products are made with the goodness of nature in a natural and safe way. To date, we reach out to the citizens who believe in the power of herbs and help them feel natural in every way possible. With the touch of Mother Nature, you will feel like living with nature. Since they are made from natural ingredients, the products are cruelty-free. So, if you want to achieve a fully natural and flawless skin you must use herbal products as they are made without adding any synthetic compounds.

First I had to design labels for my products.

I wanted something looking quite botanical looking bit old-fashioned.

When I was bit younger I didn’t pay much attention to my facial routine, but as one gets older it is is definitely worth to invest some time into it, later it will pay off.

You may be wondering, what is a facial toner? Does it really do anything?

In a nutshell, toners are usually designed to minimize the appearance of pores, temporarily tighten skin, and naturally remove oil and dirt.

Facial toner works by helping to temporarily minimize the appearance of pores and create a smoother looking appearance.

Toners also help to clean dirt, oils and impurities more efficiently than cleanser alone, and leave skin better protected against environmental stressors.

Adding a face toner to your everyday can often be the key to a radiant, more refreshed look.

I don’t know if my line of facial toners would work wonders, but one never knows.

Life style images

With my experience of working for skincare brand the life style images are quite important.

lifestyle image, or in-situ as it’s often called, features a product in a real-life setting. Although cut out images are the most often used product image type in magazines, great lifestyle shots are still commonly featured.

The last task for my little packaging exercise is to invest some time into advertising my products.