Is there any better feeling than celebrating the success of a fabulous girl boss?The Enbacci journey began a year ago when I attended the product launch of the Vitis Vinifera range at a gathering at the Crown Casino. To see the success from that point to opening it’s first shop in Melbourne has been inspiring!
What I love about Enbacci is the involvement of the owner and developer of the brand, Y-Li Zhou, and the knowledge that she loves to share with customers. As a customer at this shop, you are not just going in to buy a product you will be taken on a full skincare journey if you wish.
I have tried out a few of the products and find the travel size kit (pictured above) extremely appealing when I went on holiday over a month ago. The Vitis Vinifera Rejuvenating 3-Step System utilises the technology of grape stem cells. The grape stem cells have been known to reduce the appearance of ageing due to exposure to environmental stresses.
The grape stem cells are extracted from a cultivated grape of the Gamay family (a purple-coloured grape variety most known for its use in the production of red wine). This particular variety of grape was selected, as they are very high in anthocyanin, which are powerful antioxidants and free radical scavengers.
As well as enjoying the size of the products, I loved using them on my skin. They smelled great, felt great and kept my skin in tip top condition with all of the traveling and busy two weeks I had. This is exactly what I look for in a skincare product!
The Enbacci launch event was another opportunity to see how far the brand has come and it was exciting to see all of the products on a shelf and available for purchase in the first store. What is admiring about this brand is the involvement and support of the owners family, and their passion to want to help others on their skin care journey.
Don’t be afraid to take a trip to the shop to find out and discuss your skin care routine to find out what the best option is for you. If you would like to check out the shop, it is located on 552 High Street, Prahan. The great thing about the location is that there is plenty of parking!
*This post was created in collaboration with Enbacci, all views are my own.