Beer makes you more kissable
Heineken beer gloss is a new limited edition beer flavoured lip gloss, which was sold in the period leading up to Valentine’s day.
Why it matters
The beer market is all about image. However, restrictions on promoting beer as something that improves your ability to socialise or helps your sex life, have long been censored. So, is this limited edition an example of how tongue-in-cheek forays into different markets/products can sidestep legislation and create more interesting conversations around a brands role?
Ordinary inkjet printers are being turned into 3D printers that can print human skin cells onto wounds such as burns. Being able to print a perfect match to someone’s healthy skin, this new kind of printing could be a future alternative to skin grafts and may even enter the health and beauty category.
Vichy has partnered up with designer fridge brand Smeg to promote its Aqualia Antiox range. The “Big Ice” in Milan is a huge ice-cube at St. Lorenz Columns. Inside the ice cube is a Smeg fridge people can win, to then keep their Vichy beauty products at the right temperature.