Sustainable deodorant brand Myro launches at Target.
Target is giving another digital native, personal care brand an in-store presence by exclusively stocking Myro plant-based deodorants in refillable cases.
Myro deodorant starter kits and refill pods rolled out to Target’s 1,840-plus stores and target.com earlier this week. The starter kits comprise a colored refillable case and a scented deodorant pod, available in five scent and colored case combinations.
Additional scents and colored cases are available via the brand’s direct-to-consumer site mymyro.com, where the brand boasts its deodorants are vegan, free of gluten, soy and mineral oil, and made with fewer ingredients than other deodorants. The brand also touts its reusable cases and fully recyclable deodorant pods — which use about 50% less plastic than typical drugstore deodorants — are environmentally friendly and sustainable. The prefilled deodorant cases are priced at $9.99 at Target and target.com, while deodorant refill pods in any of the aforementioned scents are $7.99. Mymyro.com shoppers can opt to purchase a case and deodorant pod for $10, but must sign up for a $30 subscription of three pod refills every three months.
In stores, Myro SKUs enjoy secondary merchandising space via dedicated endcaps communicating the products are “new at Target,” “plant-powered,” “refillable” and “pro-you (pro-planet too).” Multiple ads on mymyro.com and social media posts from Myro tout the arrival of the SKUs at Target.
“Target gives us the ability to scale Myro’s sustainable brand mission and do positive things for people and the planet, in a way that can have a real impact,” said Greg Laptevsky, Myro founder and chief executive officer, in a media release.
Source: Path to Purchase Institute