Brewer Riddiford is redesigning Brodie & Stone’s T-Zone skin care brand. The tea-tree oil-based brand, is seeking to attract slightly older consumers after the revelation that women up to the age of 28 still suffer the occasional pimple and seek to project a more ‘caring, natural’ image. The new T-Zone is ‘more appropriate for all age groups than the spot-zapping potions of your teens,’ says Brewer Riddiford creative director Clare O’Brien. The new packaging will appear nationwide later this month.
The organisation has received £65,000 of Government funding to get more women who have fallen off the creative career ladder, because of maternity or carers’ leave, back into mid-to-senior-level roles.
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