Sensis Condoms with QuikStrips now available at select Walgreens
MIAMI — Sensis Condoms on Monday announced that its Sensis Condoms with QuikStrips, which ensure proper application, now are available at select Walgreens.
Sensis Condoms’ patented pull-down QuikStrips work much like the easy pull-off tabs on a Band-Aid, creating an application that helps ensure a condom is applied quickly and properly.
In addition to Walgreens, Sensis Condoms are available online through retail partners Amazon.com, Walgreens.com, CVS.com, Drugstore.com, Target.com and Condom-USA.com. Sensis Condoms will be sold through Navarro Drug in south Florida and Pamida Food Stores in the Midwest in late January.
Aspirinpod gets to heart of matter
DALLAS — Aspirinpod recently launched its Aspirinpod emergency aspirin container — a small heart-shaped container that can be carried on a key chain.
Aspirinpod is a reminder to have aspirin with you at all times in the event of a heart attack, noted company founder Patti Frenette.
The small container, which does not include the aspirin, is large enough for two 325-mg tablets or four 81-mg tablets. Suggested retail price is $2.99.
Ansell revives LifeStyles condoms brand
NEW YORK — Ansell Healthcare Products on Monday announced a relaunch of its core line of LifeStyles condoms in partnership with strategic brand consultant CBX and released a new Signature Series of premium condom products.
The new LifeStyles condoms encapsulate a brand-centric approach while establishing a consumer-driven position that better reflects a more confident and contemporary masculine style.
“We started by thinking of the premium line as a Signature Series,” stated Gregg Lipman, CBX managing partner. “We wanted to instantly communicate the quality and sensorial promise of each product, but also deliver better experience with a more contemporary masculine style to make them stand out against the competition.”
“We rethought everything, from the packaging structure and materials to how we treated the logos and how these products would be merchandized at different retailers," Lipman added. "[For example,] moving the brand to all vertical packaging reinforces the brand’s innovative position while also helping our retail partners maximize valuable shelf space.”
CBX also took into consideration that some retailers merchandize intimacy health products by brand, Lipman said. “So we made sure the LifeStyles brand name was anchored, consistently in the top left corner of each product in the core and signature lines. This maintains the brand continuity, while still allowing the core benefit of each product to speak for itself.”
Response from retailers has been extremely positive. “We’ve dramatically changed the perception of LifeStyles,” stated Carol Carrozza, VP marketing at Ansell. “We’re getting more shelf facings with our retailers and, importantly, back into the hearts and minds of our consumers. Retailers and consumers alike have been very receptive to these new products.”