Helen Grima – PolishPod

Posted by on Jun 13, 2013 in Product Design | 0 comments


Image of PolishPod

Image of PolishPod

Image of PolishPod

In a recent survey, 95% of nail polish users claimed that they find their bottles dry up between zero to six months from it first being opened. Storing nail polish in the fridge will slow down discoloration and prevent the polish pigments caking and settling, which happens when exposed to warm temperatures.

The PolishPod has been designed to hold up to 64 bottles and is used to store and display the bottles at home or in salons. It has been designed to accommodate a variety of different sized and shaped bottles from the most popular cosmetics brands.

The product can be used in a variety of ways and features four tiers, which can slide down inside each other allowing it to be positioned in either an open or a closed state. In its open state the bottles are shown through transparent polycarbonate allowing the user to view all the polish colour options clearly. In its closed state the product can be stored away or left out on display.

The base features handles with soft rubber grips so that it can be easily and comfortably transported when in use by mobile nail technicians and beauticians.

The PolishPod plugs into the mains using a removable adaptor. It uses a thermoelectric cooling device to dissipate cool air around the product, keeping the bottles
well below room temperature in order to prolong their lifespan.

With its aesthetic and versatile appearance the PolishPod is suitable for any beauty salon or dressing table.

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