Lil-lets refreshes packaging and products

Lil-lets, the feminine care brand, is rolling out a £2m campaign to back its packaging overhaul and to promote the launch of three new products.

Li-lets: updates range with £2m push
Li-lets: updates range with £2m push

The marketing campaign, created by Big, features sampling, print, digital and PR activity.

The new tampon and sanitary towel packaging sports pastel-coloured tubs and bags tied with ribbons in order to "look good" and stop women feeling embarrassed when carrying the products.

Lil-lets is launching three new products as part of the activity, including a line of "teen ultra-towels" aimed at girls between the ages of nine and 14.

Lil-lets conducted consumer research that found women disliked having to carry sanitary products that do not have "discreet" wrapping or have "garish" coloured packaging and wrappers that make a rustling sound when opened.

Lil-lets said the new packaging uses a soft grey coloured "whisper-wrapper" to ensure complete discretion.

In 2009, Lil-lets launched into the applicator tampon market with an aggressive ad campaign to take on rival Tampax.

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