How Oddities came about
Well it’s been a long road…
INSPIRATION BEHIND ODDITIES
Without a doubt the new generations’ passion for skincare, their knowledge and willingness to research ingredients and brands, their honesty and their opinions regarding beauty, sustainability and coherence. You are the inspiration.
“Less is best” became the working motto.
We felt it would be a great adventure to create a brand inspired by your needs, wants and interests. The goal was to develop the minimum amount of products necessary to feel amazing and look great.
“We have developed 4 products that fit easily and seamlessly into your daily beauty routine – wash, moisturize, lips and go.”
And because no one is perfect, we created a gel for the occasional rogue pimple.
Black Willow Tree and Vita-Light & Green Coffee Vita which clean the pores without irritation and limit the production of sebum.
Vita Ray-Immune and Ceramides NP because we love the stem cells obtained from rose geranium that protect your skin from external stressors and strengthen the skin barrier.
Meadowsweet and Purslane & Portulaca Vita that stimulate the anti-bacterial defence of your skin and its soothing and healing properties.
Berry Flux Vita and Bisabolol because they preserve and protect the moisture and elasticity of your lips. Vita means life and we want to preserve the life of your beautiful skin.
process of creating oddities
We’ve been working on this project for a long time. At the beginning we were quite naive about how fast we could launch. As time passed, we started to ‘grow up’ and realized the amount of work this required, the obstacles to overcome and all the nitty gritty details we hadn’t thought about.
You miss 100% of the shots you don’t take.
But somehow we always knew what path to take – was it destiny? divine guidance? Perseverance? We think all of the above, but we were also very lucky to find ourselves surrounded by hyper-talented (and patient) people who have worked with us throughout these years.
Ingredients are very important
Learn how to relinquish control
You can’t always get what you want