UX, Brand Strategy
Women want a good razor but don’t want to try hard to find one or realize that their choice will only work briefly.
Research, Identity, Illustration, Photo & Video, Web Design & Html/Css
Kelly Shea, Research, Identity, Illustration, Copywriting, Advertising Judilee Haider, Research, Identity, Illustration, Packaging, Motion
We researched other shave brands in the women's and men's markets and took inspiration from the Dollar Shave Club for men. There only women's shave subscription that has taken off is Billie, which has really effectively marketed to millenials and Gen Z. We love Billie, but we wanted to target a wider age range of women, and to find a way to focus more on sustainability.
We learned that razor blades are not recyclable because of the mix of plastic and metal and sharps, and that the kinds of plastic used in a lot of body products, while technically recyclable, are not commonly recycled by city programs in the USA. Aerosol shave cream cans, which still dominate the market, are obviously not recyclable becuase they are pressurized.
We surveyed and interviewed women about what is important to them in a shave brand, and focused in on the pain points and potential gains.
Guava is a shave subscription service that delivers high quality skincare directly to women. Using rich, plant-based ingredients, Guava fosters sustainability and stimulates the senses, bringing delight to the mundane. We are accessed online rather than through physical stores.
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We created a series of ads using the taglines “more juice, more fun” “more juice, “softer skin” and “more juice, less waste.”
We created the logo and look together, each illustrating one set of our final images for use in packaging and web. We wanted the packaging to be a beautiful addition to a customer’s bathroom, and to celebrate women in both a size- and age-inclusive way.
—Logo —Copywriting —Sustainability —More Motion —Next Steps