We have mentioned at our previous articles that self-care and wellness are in the golden age with pandemic crisis. While this golden age continues without slowing down, personal care services, which the consumer society trying to fit life into the home, are accustomed to receiving, are beginning to be integrated into our living space. Therefore, this increases the importance of the self-care ritual.
Jo Barnard, founder of design agency Morrama, who says the past year has led to a steep rise in sleep loss and poor eating habits, not to mention a lack of vitamin D lack of thanks to stay-at home orders, imagines a post-2020 skincare diary by combining his personal care routine with the notion of technology and her design. Based on the idea that customers who cannot go to the beauty center they can experience at home, Barnard designs three separate products named Patch, Masque and Masseur. Each product offers an impressive experience by combining vitamins and minerals, temperature changing mechanism while applying a different care cure.
Morrama believes that thanks to these products, which it plans to put on the market in 2021, the beauty and skin-care sector, has already undergoing transformation, will absorb technology and become more practical. In the upcoming days, our duty is reviewing our personal care while dreaming about post-pandemic days.