| Sophia Ho
Being sustainable has always been a goal close to our hearts. One thing is for sure: the beauty industry is not pretty when it comes to its waste. Nodspark too, has a long way to go, but as a growing, homegrown brand, we have been taking special steps toreducing our impact on our environment, and we are excited to invite you to partner us on this.
And so, it was natural that Nodspark's new packaging is heavily inspired by Eugenia's late grandmother's paper boats, which she oh-so-faithfully folded from old magazines. She probably would never have considered herself a green champion, but given that her stash of paper boats lasted her family 4 years after she passed on, there's so much that we can learn from her dedication!
How many of you find this paperboat familiar? A popular habit amongst the elderly in Singapore, that's for sure!
Here are some glimpses of what went on behind the scenes - - a year-long journey, no less!
Eugenia's father was roped in to translate the paperboat idea to a construct, which the Nodspark team digitalised.
Refining is hard work! A fraction of the 30 to 40 prototypes that the team worked on.
Say goodbye to single-use Nodspark packaging, here's how you can transform it into a box!