Ramer Sponges packaging by Buddy

September 20th, 2016 by retail design blog

With 70 years of synthetic sponge-making behind them, Ramer are drenched in the science of cellular materials and capillary action. Each product is engineered for its purpose, from facial scrub sponges to loofahs to chamois cloths for cleaning the car.

For many of us, a spongey experience – in the bath – is a rare luxury today. The hectic pace of modern life leaves little time to cleanse, relax, tone, hydrate and revitalise the skin.

Our Love Water identity for Ramer is all about the ultimate drench – the benefit to body and soul of a good soak with a Ramer sponge.

Consumers want to know what they’re getting in the bath with, so in each pack the sponge is clearly visible, framing the brand, while the Love Water mark provides a window for information on colour, texture and the all-important capillaries. Fancy a squeeze?

Design: Buddy

http://www.packagingoftheworld.com/2016/09/ramer-sponges.html

Madhava packaging by Steve Bullock Design
Madhava recently launched a line of certified organic honey that is as close...
Coca-Cola glorifier bottle by InReality
The goal was to elevate awareness of the product within the often visually c...
Heal's packaging by Aloof
Achieving luxury gift status within a ‘standard' packaging budget.
Parra Furniture Store & Visual Merchandising by Alan Khadikov, Moscow - Russ...
Juxtaposing things of routine and their metaphorical senses is a key feature...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *