Andaluz Skincare has received various awards for its packaging, including the Special Packaging Award at the III Delicatessen with Olive Oil 2020 Awards of the World Olive Oil Exhibition and the Bronze A 'Design Award 2020 granted by A'Design Award & Competition , the prestigious design competition worldwide.
Rebekah Pantaléon, creator of the Andaluz Skincare brand, wanted fresh, contemporary-looking packaging that incorporated elements of the classic design of Andalusian architecture and at the same time remembered the flora of the Andalusian countryside with which it produces its products. A design that had deep roots in the Andalusian land, but with a touch of modernity and that created a strong link with the brand and its name, Andalusian. With these ideas, she began to develop a new packaging line for her 100% eco-sustainable and organic products.
She found inspiration in the ancient tiles that cover the different rooms of the Alhambra Palace in Granada. Its geometry, symmetry, simplicity, colors and organic representations fit in with the idiosyncrasy of Andalusian Skincare.
Originally the pigment of the colors of the tiles that were made during the 13th century Nasrid Kingdom, such as blue, green, honey, white, red, orange and black, were extracted from natural minerals as a symbolic representation of nature. Based on this idea, Rebekah decided to align the color palette with the brand's products: yellow / honey for lemon, cobalt blue for lavender, etc.
Rebekah Pantaléon and Jason Bourguinon, media artist & designer, chose designs that had a link with nature, flowers and geometric shapes, reminiscent of the landscapes of the Andalusian countryside.