Fancy a new fragrance? With the miniature vaporizer of reload.™ your favourite fragrance is always with you. Photo: reload labs.
Practical packaging for applying perfume on the go
Cleverly wrapped refreshment
Both men and women know: The Eau de Parfum applied in the morning does by far not smell as intensively as desired around lunchtime. For refreshing the scent on the go you either had to take along the mostly heavy and/or fragile bottle of your favourite fragrance, or have a “duplicate copy” ready at the office or in the car. Alternatively, if possible, you quickly zapped through the perfumery round the corner to re-apply – running the risk of acquiring a few new scents on that occasion.
Different scents – different cases for the reload.™. fragrance vaporiser. In the photo here the Unicorn Tears decorative case for the reload.™ mini spray. Design by Sara Bow. Photo: reload labs.
We also share fond memories of the vaporizers – optionally in silver or gold, which were then filled with the favourite fragrance. Extremely handy because as small as a lipstick and robust because they were made of metal. But how to re-fill? When “perfume stocks” were running low you had to turn to the perfume store to have the to-go-bottle refilled. There were hardly any bottles suitable for opening and pouring the fragrant liquid from A to B with the help of a miniature funnel. At the end of the day this exercise always proved a big mess. But now rescue “is at hand” – in not one but two ways.
Different scents – different cases for the reload.™ fragrance vaporiser. In the photo here the Unicorn Tears decorative case for the reload.™ mini spray. Design by Sara Bow. Photo: reload labs.
The Belgian producer of the reload.™ perfume vaporizer reacted to the aforementioned disaster with a re-fill fragrance that is simply inserted without any spillage. The metal casing of the little fragrance vaporiser is only nine centimetres high and, hence, also fits a tiny evening bag. In transparent flight bags for carry-on luggage casings in different colours and an impressive 22 different designs make for colourful diversity alongside mascara and toothpaste. Featuring stripes, prints, crystals, leather or wooden looks – there is a matching case for every scent. .
The colourfully packed Pinrose perfume tissues of the special edition come in a pretty zipper bag. Photo: Pinrose
The 5-ml perfume refills are currently available for six different fragrances for ladies and for five scents for men. Be it Boss, Kenzo or Givenchy – the well-known product and packaging design does not differ from that of the big packaging units. The re-fill fragrances as well as the perfume vaporizer come in high-quality carton boxes with exquisite prints – as you are accustomed to in the fragrance sector…
If you like you can even play memory games with the colourfully printed fragrance tissue of the “Parfum à la go-go” series. Photo: http://www.atouchofteal.com/pinrose-perfume-review/
Wiping instead of spraying
Even smaller, however, is the alternative of the new scent wipes offered by US perfume label Pinrose. It works like packaging for eyeglass cleaning cloths but is a real eye-catcher in contrast thanks to its fresh design. Glamour for your appearance on a plane, on the beach o at the Ladies in a club, bar or restaurant is ensured by the current Limited Edition by Parfum à go-go including ten different fragrance wipes. Individually wrapped each one resembles a little artwork. And the matching high-quality, shimmering zipper bag even has room for some other indispensable utensils in addition to the ten transparent wipes.
To match the Acqua Colonia fragrance line there are refreshment tissue in pink and lime green. Photo: MÄURER & WIRTZ
And the classic of 4711 Echt Kölnisch Wasser dating back to 1966, to which all of these product ideas go back after all, has also received a facelift. Since 2011 there are also special refreshing tissues to complement the newly launched Acqua Colonia fragrance line.
The classic among the refreshment tissue dating back to 1966 in a slightl adapted original design of “4711 Echt Köllnisch Wasser”. Photo: MÄURER & WIRTZ