PANTONE’S 2018 COLOR OF THE YEAR
Get ready for your new spring and summer scent!
The color and scent of Lavender is in full bloom from June through September with beautiful Ultra Violet fields of the captivating herb swaying and scenting the breeze. But as Isaac Newton observed, color is not inherent in objects. Rather, the surface of an object reflects some colors and absorbs all the others. 2018’s Color of The Year – Ultra Violet has the reflected colors of the mix of red and blue hues, but it is that imagery that is sparking major creative and spiritual influences in fashion, food, home décor and beauty. Mangiacotti takes the sense of smell deeper into the complex and contemplative, Ultra Violet with a whiff of its intoxicating scent.
Introducing the Lavender Collection of Fragranced Home, Kitchen and Personal Care Products. Mangiacotti’s Lavender Collection suggests mindfulness and a calming refuge from today’s over-stimulated world not just with the violet-toned visual packaging, but more profoundly with therapeutic and evocative fragrant notes of vanilla, almonds, cinnamon, cloves and hints of caramel and tobacco finished with pure lavender essential oil for a warm, meditative, inspiring, and connective scent. My absolute favorite item is the Mangiacotti Lavender Soy Candle which makes me house smell so inviting!
About Mangiacotti: Mangiacotti offers products and packaging made from recyclable materials, vegetable-based inks and formulas that are kind to Mother Earth. The complete line of home, personal care, bath and body products and soy candles are made with essential oils and plant-derived ingredients and are never tested on animals. The Company was founded with really, really good intentions and products that are all made in America and hand finished by citizens with disabilities. CEO Michele Mangiacotti has made it her mission to be an “agent of change”, by not only employing adults with disabilities, but in taking inspiration for all of Mangiacotti’s 2018 product packaging design directly from artwork created by disabled adults. Mangiacotti funds an independent art program ensuring independence, empowerment, and inclusion of all in all aspects of society. The brand also is involved with several community outreach programs, food banks and services in Massachusetts where their corporate offices are based.
See The Good Project: Mangiacotti products are made in America and finished by citizens with disabilities. Check out Mangiacotti‘s seethegoodproject.org and learn how you can get involved!
List Price: $ 6.50 – $ 42.00 (Per item in the collection)