Let’s face it, ‘Balm Chicky Balm Balm’ is a lip balm for cool people. You know the type; they (ironically?) wear platform shoes, own shag carpeting and think Burt Reynolds is the greatest man alive. Will ‘Balm Chicky Balm Balm’ make you cool? Maybe not, but it’s a start.
A product designed with the aesthetics of the adult films from the 1970s in mind, ‘Balm Chicky Balm Balm’ contains triple the amount of lip balm than your traditional tube and is available in a whole orgy (their word not mine) of different flavors; Juicy Melons, Sweet Baby Ginger, Hot Chocolate Love, Wild Mountain Honey and Huge Cucumber.
So put down the smartphone, quit manscaping, put on your leopard print everything and get yourself some ‘Balm Chicky Balm Balm.’ Maybe grow a mustache while you're at it.
Balm Chicky Balm Balm Combines 70s Adult Films and Lip Balm
1. Retro Adult Film Aesthetics - Lip balm and beauty products designed with the aesthetics of adult films from the 70s in mind offer a disruptive innovation opportunity to capitalize on nostalgia and the growing demand for unconventional and edgy products.
2. Alternative Lip Balm Flavors - The availability of lip balm in unconventional flavors like Hot Chocolate Love, Huge Cucumber and Sweet Baby Ginger present a disruptive innovation opportunity to cater to consumers looking for unique and exciting products.
3. Nostalgia Marketing - Capitalizing on nostalgia through retro aesthetics and unconventional product offerings like Balm Chicky Balm Balm's adult film-inspired lip balm presents a disruptive innovation opportunity to target consumers who value uniqueness and sentimentality.
1. Beauty and Cosmetics Industry - The beauty and cosmetics industry can capitalize on the growing demand for unconventional and edgy products by incorporating nostalgic and alternative themes into their product offerings.
2. Marketing and Advertising Industry - The Marketing and Advertising industry can leverage nostalgia marketing techniques to appeal to consumers seeking unique and exciting products, while creating new opportunities for disruptive innovation.
3. Entertainment and Media Industry - The Entertainment and Media industry can partner with beauty and cosmetics brands to co-create product offerings that cater to consumers seeking retro aesthetics and alternative flavors, while also promoting their own content and intellectual property.