The ESTÉE LAUDER team searched for a truly engaging and educational activation tool to support their UV product range. The solution also had to be able to assist Beauty Advisors in changing selling to consulting.
With summer season approaching ESTÉE LAUDER faced the challenge of showing consumers the importance of UV protection, thus creating their need for a SPF product. The desired solution also had to be highly engaging, whether it be via conversation with a beauty advisor or through mass marketing.
Meeting ESTÉE LAUDER’s expectations for an educational activation card as well as proving the SPF product’s efficiency was the core of this project. Our experts planned on developing a solution that also created consumer excitement through integrating a haptic experience.
After sending various prototypes out of our UV-Technology range to the ESTÉE LAUDER marketing team, it was agreed that the UV Protection Technology would be the best fitting technology for this campaign.
Once the technology type and activation details were agreed upon, USP solutions took care of the following steps – artwork creation, printing and on-time delivery.
The Sun Damage Test from USP Solutions simulates the sun’s damaging impact on the skin. It gives consumers a moment of truth when given the possibility to see how ESTÉE LAUDER products protect skin against harmful UV rays.
This dramatic test was used to make consumers aware of the necessity to protect their skin against UV radiation. It educated them about the effects UVA and UVB rays have on their skin by displaying the consequences on a card which was exposed to sun or UV (lamp) light.
How it works:
Our beauty marketing tools are highly effective
Watch this video to see the tool in action
Place card in front of you.
Protect one side of the face with the flap (move flap over half of the face). Then expose card to sun or UV lamp (395 to 400 nm) for about 10 seconds.
Remove flap and compare protected and unprotected area. The unprotected area shows signs of sun damage: wrinkles and dark spots.