| Radox for Unilever Packaging Design Case Study | Jackdaw Design London
A unifying global packaging redesign for Radox including shower gels, bubble baths and muscle soaks based on the idea of ‘how do you want to feel?'
Radox, Unilever, Packaging
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How Do You Want To Feel?

 

Global redesign for Unilever favourite lifts the mood

 

Working with branding company utdstudio, Amanda was tasked with developing a unifying identity that focuses on the mood enhancing power of fragrance. The result was a range of packaging designs for Radox inspired by the heady scents of nature.

 

The instantly recognisable Radox logo sits at the centre of the pack, surrounded by fragrant ingredients curling their way to the top of the pack where they burst from the bottle in a sensory flourish.

 

The new design now unifies a wide range of core products including shower gels, bubble baths, muscle soaks and liquid hand soaps, within Skin Care, Limited Edition, Men and Teen ranges.

 

What was done:
Global Packaging Redesign

 

Client:
Unilever

 

One more thing…
UK success has ensured global roll out as Duschdas in Germany, Badedas in Italy and The Netherlands, Monsavon in France, and Hazeline in China.

 

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Radox