Enter the mom cave
The ‘mental health regime’ is the newest thing in the pursuit of a healthy lifestyle. In line with this, women are transforming spaces in their homes to create sanctuaries or areas to call their own, often referred to as ‘Mom Caves.’ The contents and designs of the room vary; the only requirement is that they reflect `mom’s hobbies, interests and create a comforting cocoon.
Why it matters
Moms are used to making sacrifices for their families. It goes with the territory. But, they are also learning that to be selfless sometimes you need to be a little bit selfish. Buying products specifically to create these special hideaways speaks to an emerging attitude: moms want not only to express themselves, but are also taking the time (and money) to put themselves first. Will we see a change in health and beauty brands communications to women that acknowledge the mom cave attitude?
Yves Rocher (cosmetics company) and Gullon (biscuits company) have joined forces to take care of their consumers through the “healthy life” program. When you buy a DietNature product (sugar free products) you will find on the promotion boxes a voucher for a free Body Exfoliation in Ives Rocher shops. Furthermore the client will obtain a 50% discount in products of the catalogue.
Journalists in Sweden have noted an upcoming health and beauty segment – erotic health care. Viamax operates under the philosophy that sex is good for your health. The organic products are based on aphrodisiac herbs used for thousands of years. They offer benefits of smoother skin, reduced stress, deeper sleep and improved mood.