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September 1, 2010
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The San-Francisco-based men’s grooming brand redesigned its packaging, from the bottle structure to the design.

Every Man Jack got a makeover this summer. The San-Francisco-based men’s grooming brand redesigned its packaging, from the bottle structure to the design. The new skin, hair, body and shave packages are now colored-coded, so consumers can differentiate between scents (i.e., red is cedarwood, grey is fragrance-free and blue is mint). The flask-shaped body and hair care product bottles are 25 percent larger and ergonomically designed to fit in a guy’s hand. The brand is also introducing its new Six Pack Kit, which includes the Signature Mint daily shampoo, body wash, body bar, face wash, shave cream and face lotion.

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