Sudaduang Nakhasuwan launched Muuds as Thailand’s first diffuser that has distinguished the brand from other names in the wellness industry. Competitors in the scent-maker market may only focus on their aromas, but Muuds has gone beyond by bringing in intriguing design and advanced technologySudaduang started her career as a lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture, Thammasat University, before becoming a mother, which shifted her towards product design, with creations mostly related to paper techniques.
Now developing new designs for Muuds, Sudaduang aims to expand the brand’s international market. Her new designs come with flexibility in function for home decorating, and they have been well received on a global level. The Blooming Bell aroma diffuser, for example, is now included in MOM (the digital platform of Maison&Objet).
This origami-like diffuser is made from a paper that absorbs the scent and color of the perfume. With a mix of natural food color, the perfume and essential oil will create a tasteful color gradient all over the paper depending on the scent you choose, varying from florals like rose and frangipani to citrus.
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