In haircare circles, “cocktailing” is a process whereby consumers blend natural oils, honey, extracts, and butters together with their store-bought haircare products to improve performance, such as shine, volume, or sleekness.
A new yogurt-style container with two separate compartments that hold shea butter conditioner in one chamber and pure, therapeutic oils in the other allows consumers to engage in the trend of haircare cocktailing with pre-dosed ingredients.
A new single-serve wine option is clamoring for its share of the market in an increasingly robust category. Sileni Nano, from New Zealand winery Sileni Estates, not only capitalizes on the trend of small-size wine packages, but also on the exploding popularity of New Zealand wine in the U.S.—especially its Sauvignon Blanc.
The Sileni Nano single-serve PET package is immediately recognizable as a wine product, mimicking the shape of a full-size bottle, and incorporates a clip-on plastic cup for handy consumption in places where glass bottles are less convenient.