The 'Push Lens Case' comes as a compact, ergonomic and hygienic way for contact lenses to be stored, while also ensuring that they don't get mixed up when placed inside. Featuring two separate sections, the case works effectively to clean your lenses between uses and keep them ready for wear whenever required. The incorporated cap doubles as a way to remove the lenses from the case, while also working as an applicator, if desired.
The 'Push Lens Case' is the design work of Soo Jung Youn and Jihye Lee, and is the winner of the K-Design Award for 2017. The case identifies the need for more streamlined solutions to accelerate capabilities with simple, everyday tasks around grooming and beyond.
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The 'Push Lens Case' Stores and Applies Your Contact Lenses
1. Hygienic Contact Lens Cases - In response to consumers’ growing hygiene concerns, more hygienic contact lens cases are being developed and offer potential opportunities for increasing consumer safety and convenience.
2. Compact and Ergonomic Designs - The development of compact and ergonomic designs, such as the 'Push Lens Case', offers opportunities to improve convenience and ease of use for a variety of personal care products.
3. Multi-functional Packaging - Packaging that doubles as a tool or applicator, such as the incorporated cap of the 'Push Lens Case', offers opportunities to improve functionality and convenience for a range of personal care products.
1. Optical Care - As the 'Push Lens Case' demonstrates, there is potential for innovation in the optical care industry to meet consumer needs for hygienic, convenient, and compact solutions for contact lenses storage and maintenance.
2. Personal Care Products - The trend towards compact, ergonomic, and multi-functional designs seen in the 'Push Lens Case' can be applied to various other personal care products, such as toiletries, cosmetics, and skincare, to improve consumer experience and convenience.
3. Packaging Design - The development of more functional and multi-purpose packaging designs, like the 'Push Lens Case', can also be applied to other industries, such as food and beverage or consumer goods, to improve user experience and reduce waste.