Danielle Romeril for Neutrogena

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Irish fashion designer Danielle Romeril has designed some really smart packaging for Neutrogena’s Visibly Clear Pink Grapefruit range. I have to admit to not being that au fait with the Dublin designer’s work, but she will present her sixth collection at London Fashion Week this September, so that’s quite a big deal, agreed?

Her vibrant print for the Limited Edition Neutrogena packaging is inspired by Memphis, not the town, but the Italian design and architectural movement from the 1980s that championed bold colours and a surreal style. (This is obviously going to be a big trend soon…check out Tatty Devine’s new jewellery range too…)

This style is combined with a modern take on camouflage by Danielle, a pattern that regularly features in her womenswear collections. But she also took inspiration from Neutrogena.

Danielle Romeril designs for Neutrogena

“I was inspired by the product itself,” she said. “The wash has a beautiful light pink hue, the fluidity of that informed the liquid nature of the print. The design is a mash-up of Memphis inspired modern camouflage with a vibrant, liquid-y, feel.”

The two Limited Edition Neutrogena Pink Grapefruit products are their Visibly Clear Pink Grapefruit Facial Wash (£4.94) and their Visibly Clear Pink Grapefruit Oil-Free Moisturiser (£4.99).

Neutrogena’s Pink Grapefruit range combines effective spot-fighting ingredients with a delicious, fresh fragrance that is very uplifting. It contains Microclear, which is a technology that works to reduce spots and help prevent new ones from starting. So, if you have blemish issues, then this is a great range to try.

The wash is available at Boots, and the Moisturiser is available at Superdrug. (There is also a scrub and a cream wash in the range, but they won’t be in the Limited Edition packaging)