Stylish anti-epidemic items for the rich attract customers

Avatar of Nick John By Nick John Dec12,2023 #customers #Stylish
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Most Americans fight the pandemic by buying hand sanitizer and toilet paper.

They also look to buy personal air purifiers, advertised as having the ability to remove viruses, for $149.95 that can be worn as a necklace.

Neck-worn personal air purifier priced at 149.95 USD sold in the US.

These products are mainly aimed at people with high incomes.

`The shelves in our warehouse are almost empty,` said Preppi co-founder Ryan Kuhlman.

The US market is out of control.

Hammacher Schlemmer & Co, an American luxury convenience products giant, is actively promoting an air and surface disinfectant device for $399.95 that promises to eliminate nasty bacteria from rooms.

Before Covid-19, this product was introduced with the main feature of anti-mold.

`The market is exploding,` commented Marie Resnick, the company’s vice president of marketing. `Everyone needs an air purifier at home. You’ll need more than one.`

Stylish anti-epidemic items for the rich attract customers

Hand sanitizer spray shaped like an iPhone mini.

According to Stifel, Nicolaus & Co’s assessment, the most popular spenders during the Covid-19 epidemic in the US are high-income people.

It’s shaped like a mini iPhone and contains moisturizers, essential oils and  Glycereth-26 – which the company says is a great humectant.

The problem is that it’s all gone now.

“Just three weeks ago, this product was basically just a fashion accessory,” said Alexander Chernev, Professor of Marketing at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University. “Now, everything has changed.

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