This national skincare brand was looking for an aesthetic to establish its Instagram feed. Our stylist and photographer coordinated this stunning shoot and over 3 days were able to create a library of images and a brand identity that is fun, fresh, and clean.
(*Product shoots include more than 60 images, this collection was a custom shoot with a prop budget and this post shows off our favs!
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