Thu, 21 Apr 2022 07:08:00 GMT
With the growing concern of environmental issues, it’s no secret that our society feels ‘green guilt’ pressures to do more for sustainable consumerism. Working with agency partner Edelman, Schick developed the concept of “Greentimidation” - the idea that for many mainstream consumers going green can feel intimidating, particularly when peers are quick to green-shame and claim your efforts are not going far enough.
This concept comes to life in a digital short, in which Two Broke Girls actress Beth Behrs demonstrates via her composting toilet, home-grown and edible bathmats, and spin-powered water heater that going green doesn’t have to be an overwhelming life decision, and in fact can be as easy as switching the type of razor you buy.
Cue Shick Intuition Bamboo, a personal care innovation from EPC, that offers a sustainable alternative to disposable razors. With a 70% renewable bamboo handle, 75% recycled steel blades, and 100% sustainably sourced packaging, the new razor represents an incredibly simple step consumers can take to live more sustainably.view more - Creative
Client: Schick Intuition
Planning: Halsey Stowe, Alix Black
Creative: Samantha Wilco, Kyle Swoyer and Emily Curran, Jeremy Bernstein
Production: Erin Fitzsimmons
Influence: Kaitlyn Fitzpatrick
Purpose: Abisola Adekoya
Sustainability: Lindsey Giostra and Maggie Faigen
Brand: Madison Gabor, Jill Condulis, Sal Pillay
Earned: Cristine Lovato
Categories: Beauty & Health, ShavingEdelman, Thu, 21 Apr 2022 07:08:00 GMT