Hippo Land

The global baby products market size is expected to reach almost $17 billion by 2025. The market is anticipated to grow with approximately 5.5% during this period. Population growth in emerging economies of Asia (India and China) is likely to drive the demand for baby products.

Baby food and beverages are expected to fuel the increase of the market over the forecast period, however baby cosmetics will also take a fair share of the market. Cosmetics include baby skin products, hair care products, oral care, and bath care. Baby Bath Products Market is mainly driven by the rise in demand for organic products as parents grow more concerned about the ingredients used in such products.

baby bath products packaging designThis significant extension means also lots of competition so for this baby bath products packaging design we created some special illustrations that are strongly related with the line name: Hippo.

Each hippopotamus is represented in a bathing situation using that specific bath product and having lots of fun. The colors chosen are baby friendly and look bright and happy but also makes us think to a soft and smooth feeling.

The line consists of a baby bath package, after bath oil packaging and shampoo bottle. The design of the container is also custom, 3D prototyping was used in order to choose the most appropriate and attractive form.

See more pictures: https://www.creativebydefinition.com/packaging-design-baby-products.html

Did you know? The hippopotamus is a large, mostly herbivorous, semi-aquatic mammal native to sub-Saharan Africa. The name comes from the ancient Greek for "river horse".

They are threatened by habitat loss and poaching that's why they are considered part of the vulnerable species.

The closest living relatives to hippos are pigs, whales and dolphins, according to the San Diego Zoo. They are the third largest living land mammals, after elephants and white rhinos.

Hippos are social beasts, hanging out in groups called schools, these usually consist of 10 to 30 members, including both females and males. Though hippos move easily through the water, they can't actually swim. Hippos are in general herbivorous.


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