My New Favourite Packaging! Dr Lewinn’s, Code Glokolor

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I’ve recently tried two products that have the most handy packaging I’ve ever used. I’m hoping this will be the next big thing, because:

1. It’s handy

2. It’s budget-friendly

3. It’s hygienic

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The two products were Dr Lewinn’s Line Smoothing Complex S8 Hydrating Day Cream and Code Glokolor N. All-uid Foundation.

Dr Lewinn’s moisturiser comes in a standard tub. You can unscrew the top if you want and use it normally, but why would you do that? When you take off the clear lid, there’s a purple top that slopes inwards towards a white dot in the middle. When you press down on the purple section, moisturiser squirts up from the dot.

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Code Glokolor’s foundation was kindly regifted to me from a Korean beauty box (an idea which hasn’t quite taken off in Australia yet, surprisingly). It comes in very similar packaging, except that there are multiple holes (in a very cute star shape), and you press the lever in the front to get the product to emerge. (Interestingly, Code Glokolor comes from LG, which is better known for their electronics in Australia but in Korea they make everything.)

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