This case study explores Scholl's new electronic foot file that removes hard skin. In doing so, it claims to offer a simple yet professional-grade usage experience. Early signs are promising; the device has the potential to mirror the success of another Reckitt Benckiser-owned brand: the Dettol/Lysol No-Touch Hand Wash System.
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Reasons To Buy
- Why is Scholl Velvet Smooth Express Pedi considered a compelling case?
- What consumer insight underpins the launch and initial success?
- Which consumer trends has Scholl capitalized on?
- What can I learn from this and previous successes from Reckitt Benckiser?
Scholl's electronic foot file comes with a vast checklist of features that combine to deliver an express pedicure experience in the comfort of one's home. The device augments efficacy claims by also promising a pleasant user experience.
Targeting hard skin is just one component of Scholl's problem-solution approach to offering a holistic foot-care range.
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