v1.0.0-Apr 18, 2024

A beauty-focused theme for creating elegant, fast, and efficient online stores

Includes support for:
  • Stock counter
  • Sticky header
  • Passwordless authentication
  • Product recommendations


Designed with a focus on beauty products, ensuring your products shine.

Fast and efficient

Fast and efficient

Optimized for speed, providing a smooth shopping experience for your customers.

Elegant design

Elegant design

With its elegant design, Naturélle enhances the visual appeal of your online store.

Hydrogen v2

This directory is a brief example of a Hydrogen v2 storefront that can be deployed to Vercel with zero configuration.

Deploy Your Own

Deploy with Vercel

You can also deploy using the Vercel CLI:

npm i -g vercelvercel

Hydrogen is Shopify’s stack for headless commerce. Hydrogen is designed to dovetail with Remix, Shopify’s full stack web framework. This template contains a minimal setup of components, queries and tooling to get started with Hydrogen.

Check out Hydrogen docs Get familiar with Remix

What's included

  • Remix
  • Hydrogen
  • Oxygen
  • Shopify CLI
  • ESLint
  • Prettier
  • GraphQL generator
  • TypeScript and JavaScript flavors
  • Minimal setup of components and routes

Environment Variables

Using Hydrogen requires a few environment variables to be set in order to properly connect to Shopify. For this template, the minimal set of environment variables are defined in the vercel.json file, which will be applied to the deployment when deployed to Vercel. However, you should migrate these default environment variables to your Project's Environment Variables configuration in the Vercel dashboard (or using the vc env commands), and update them according to your needs (also change the SESSION_SECRET to your own value). Once that is done, delete the vercel.json file from your project to prevent the environment variables defined there from taking precedence.

Local development

Rename the .env.example file to .env in order for the Shopify dev server to use those environment variables during local development. If you defined/modified additional environment variables based on the section above, be sure to apply those changes in your .env file as well.

Then run the following commands:

npm installnpm run dev

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