Event: Enbacci Store Launch

Enbacci is a skincare brand in Australia with a range of products to cater for the travelling family. The secret ingredient to their highly effective range is the use of fruit stem cells in their products. I recently attended the opening of the very first physical store right here in Melbourne.

The store is situated in a quaint street of Prahran; the shop front embraces the prevailing vibe in the street. It stands out with the beautiful and well-lit decor. With regards to the store, the decor is on trend minimalistic with shelves showcasing the Enbacci range. I spotted my favourite – the eye cream and some others (hello – hand cream and face mask!). I couldn’t stop raving about the eye cream to the others.

A huge table set with finger foods and drinks greeted us at the door. Sipping on some refreshingly cool drinks, we listened to the founder, Yong-Li Zhou talk about the Enbacci story. I loved learning how they started selling products at little stalls, which eventually led to the very first physical store.

As the evening rolled on and the drinks continued to flow, the hosts busted out some really delicious cake. Vanilla and berries that’s as light and fluffy as a cloud! I was full, but ain’t nobody going to refuse cake.

It was great to meet quite a few bloggers – like Nalini from The Made Up Maiden, Meneka from By Meneka, Shuana from Shuana Beauty and the hilarious duo from the Beauty News.

The team even had goody bags of product for every attendee. All in all, it was a perfect evening to help celebrate the launch of the very first Enbacci store.

To find out more about the brand, hit the link here. If you live in Melbourne, do visit the store at 552 High Street, Prahran.

 

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8 thoughts on “Event: Enbacci Store Launch

  1. This looks like an amazing event, the brand sounds good. I like the packaging of the products in those bright bottles.

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