“We realize this online tool is something completely new to market. The Bathroom Sink is an inventive website used to meet your need and make it easy to buy the products that always seem to be a hassle to run errands for like toothpaste and body wash."
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) August 16, 2016
The Bathroom Sink is an intuitive tool that allows members to create unique purchase reminders for their daily bath products such as shampoo and toothpaste. The system has had detailed user testing over the past 9 months and has launched new features to meet consumer requests. Including a unique personalized shipment calendar that will revolutionize the way you shop, cutting back on errands and forgetful trips to drugstores. Here are four ways The Bathroom Sink has been improved:
1. Cut Back On Errands: In modern times consumers have everything at their fingertips, mobile banking, Netflix and retailers like Zappos have changed the way we shop and organize our lives. Yet until now there was no service that brought buying daily toiletries such as toothpaste and body wash into the twenty first century. Right now products are added to to-do list, grocery list, or test out monthly subscription models from providers such as Amazon. But there is an essential problem people are forgetful, a consumer goes to Target and spends $100 and forget the needed toothpaste, fail to pick up the bar of soap at the grocery store, and don’t have the space in our bathroom cabinets to allow for the monthly subscription product overload. The Bathroom Sink offers a unique shopping experience where members select the product, the timing when the product should be shipped, one-click purchasing and the great thing is the tool only has to set it up once and the system takes it from there. Cutting back on errands, giving the user more time.
2. Personalized Supply Notifications: Isn’t this a subscription model? Nope, all the notifications are set up in two unique ways: the member usage patterns and a personalized shipment calendar. When setting up a profile members answer questions about how often specific product is used, then the system will plot out usage and alert the member just before a refill is needed. The Bathroom Sink hosts a specialized algorithm that calculates when members are running low on your product based on profiles.
3. Best Of Both Worlds: The Bathroom Sink is a tool, just like adding Mint.com or Netflix.com. Costing only $3 a month, The Bathroom Sink ends the need to go to the drug store when your bath product is running out. The Bathroom Sink offers a low product pricing and speedy delivery by sourcing all products directly from Amazon. Members get the best of both worlds, for less than a latte a month the tool is affordable and ensures less errands are run plus the added ease of one-click checkout with Amazon.
4. Keep It Simple: Product preferences, profiles, and shipping calendar can be updated easily within the member profile and Bathroom Planner. The initial setup takes less than three minutes to answer usage questions and pick out products to match an individuals unique routine. All products are sourced based on user insights, industry reviews, “best of” lists, and trending products. If a product isn’t currently available on The Bathroom Sink, a consumer can easily request the product to be added by reaching out to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“We realize this online tool is something completely new to market. The Bathroom Sink is an inventive website used to meet your need and make it easy to buy the products that always seem to be a hassle to run errands for like toothpaste and body wash.” Says Joe Doucett, Founder and CEO.
The Bathroom Sink has created a new marketplace to create ease-of-use shopping for daily bath products. Most of us don’t buy our bath products online, in fact Business Insider states that between 2015 and 2020 the annual growth of online health and personal care sales volume is expected to grow by 13%, a much faster rate than traditional drug stores sales.*
About The Bathroom Sink:
The Bathroom Sink is a subscription-based service, where users can customize a plan for delivery of their favorite toiletries based on their personal preferences. Using the data provided from a profile the users develop, the tool intuitively predicts when products reach their end in an effort to eliminate needless errands and time waste. Headquartered in Phoenix, The Bathroom Sink is the brainchild of CEO, Joe Doucett, who assembled a team of tech and digital strategy experts to design and develop an innovative technology that transforms the online shopping experience. For more information on The Bathroom Sink, visit: http://www.thebathroomsink.com/
*Business Insider, Article titled “Consumers are increasingly turning to the Web to shop for health and personal care products — here's why” written by Cooper Smith released on Dec. 8, 2015 quoted