During the pandemic, Adhespack , a Brazilian company that offers sampling technologies, had already launched Ticket Scent, a technology inspired by password dispensers, but with adapted and patented technology for the distribution of individual perfume samples. Research for new developments continued and now Adhespack has become the first sampling company in the world to offer a choice of perfume and makeup samples with surface protected against viruses and bacteria.
The novelty will be presented at the Luxe Pack Monaco 2021, stage of the latest global innovations in packaging for the luxury market, which will be held in the Principality of Monaco, between the 27th and 29th of September.
“Adhespack is at the forefront and has been offering safe, hygienic and individual solutions for a long time and has now developed a line with extra protection”, celebrates Sergio Picciarelli , the company’s director of marketing and innovation.
Picciarelli explains that the product has been subjected to tests that meet two international standards (JIS Z 2801:2000 and ISO 21702:2019), proving the effectiveness of the technology applied to the surface of the samples in preventing contamination by bacteria and viruses, including the alphacoronavirus. Sars-CoV-2, which is in the same family as the virus that causes Covid-19.
“The tests provide consistent evidence that viruses and bacteria are unable to attach or multiply on the surface of samples that received nanotechnology, minimizing the risks of cross-contamination in the event that a person shares their sample”, exemplifies the executive, who adds that extra protection can be added to Adhespack’s standard range, which already has the advantage of being safe, hygienic and individual.
Self Sampling Ticket Scent
Adhespack will bring several innovative sampling solutions to Luxe Pack, such as the latest release Self Sampling Ticket Scent, manual fragrance ticket dispensing system. “The product follows the dynamics of voucher dispensers, but with adapted and patented technology for sampling perfumes. In addition to the fragrance, each ticket can bring texts, photos and a QR Code, for example”, explains Picciareli, who emphasizes that the consumer only touches his sample, in a safe and hygienic way.
Picciarelli reinforces that, since the beginning of the pandemic, many changes have been taking place in the way people choose and buy products. “Even after immunization, many habits and care will be maintained and brands will continue to seek solutions that protect their consumers at the point of sale.