Beauty news: Ecoya unveils new look Botanicals by ECOYA

Everything that home fragrance house and bodycare brand ECOYA do is absolutely flawless in my opinion - from killer scents to beautiful events and gorgeous and surprising imagery, they seriously hit the nail on the head. Every time.
They are also always updating and refreshing what they do - which I equally love - in the form of delicious limited edition scents and gifting ideas, and now their new packaging for the Botanicals by ECOYA collection has been revealed and damn, she is gorgeous.
ECOYA, who amazingly sell a product around the world every 45 seconds, worked with their far-too-clever in house design team on the new look, which updates the perennial fave Botanicals collection. Launched in 2011 with a collection of six soy wax fragranced candles, the Botanicals by ECOYA range has now been re-introduced in bright, slick new packaging, that better reflects the bold, beautiful bouquets inside.
Re-working the classic Botanicals by ECOYA fragrances into new vessels and packaging, the collection features bright contemporary cartons and crisp white vessels, so not only did the outside get a look in, but the inside too. The Botanicals offering is now available in a new Botanic jar, Mini Botanic jar, Reed Diffuser, Hand Cream and Soap, in their five core – amazing - fragrances.
The fragrance combinations use both floral and plant blends that are quintessentially Australasian, with combinations including Jacaranda & Plum, Coral & Narcissus, Banksia & Bergamot, Midnight Orchid (my favourite) and a new addition, Oriental Lily & Patchouli (a Limited Edition fragrance from last year that was so sought-after it has been introduced to the core collection).
Like it’s big sister brand ECOYA, Botanicals by ECOYA uses only botanical bases and 100 per cent natural soy wax with cotton wicks for its candles, which have major fragrance throw and last and last. And it goes without saying that the body-care collection is hypoallergenic and free from Parabens, Sulfates, Propylene Glycol and artificial colours. Hell yes to that!

These beauties are in store now.


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