For centuries, Honey has remained an integral part of our lifestyle. Right from being used for cooking purposes to being tried for treatment of various diseases and illnesses; the reputation and credibility of Honey as a magic potion for the overall external and internal health of the body has remained unwavering. Using Honey for skin is always a good idea. Mixed with natural ingredients, found in your kitchen, makes for effective and inexpensive beauty treatment.
“Bee My Honey” is organic honey produced by Odds and Ends. Honey is a food that people always keep in the kitchen for a long time, probably 1 to 2 years, and lastly will throw it because they can’t finish it until it is spoiled. But a lot of people actually never know that honey have numerous benefits although it is spoiled. To reduce food waste, “Bee My Honey” is created to educate people about the multiple secret benefits of honey, not only good for food but also good for skin care!
The outer packaging is created by hemp rope and forming a beehive shape. The inner packaging is a glass jar and looking like a bee. The overall art direction is going for a very raw and “nature” looking to emphasize that it is an organic honey that not only for food but also skin care. A leaflet, small bowl and honey scoop is provided to teach people different function and ways of making honey skin care. The small bowl is tied together with the glass jar, so it can be easier to take out from the “beehive”. It is also a sustainable packaging to prevent environment pollution.
- Agency/Creative: Lang Wei Jin
- Article Title: Lang Wei Jin Student Packaging Design Concept for Bee My Honey
- Organisation/Entity: Student
- Project Type: Packaging
- Project Status: Non Published
- Agency/Creative Country: Malaysia
- Agency/Creative City: Subang Jaya
- Market Region: Asia
- Project Deliverables: Packaging Design, Photography
- Format: Box, Jar
- Substrate: Fabric, Glass Jar, Pulp Board
- Industry: Food/Beverage
- Keywords: Honey, Skin Care, Organic, Food Waste, Packaging Design
Lecturer: Deanie Cham