Ynvisible has been mentioned in a Financial Times article on Printed Electronics, as one of the first commercially deployed applications in the field. The article features a picture of Ynvisible's product selector for L'Oréal Luxe division in Portugal:
"While developers have printed batteries on pieces of paper or produced posters that act as loudspeakers, prototypes often remain answers in search of questions.
Only occasionally have technologies been scaled up – for example, the battery tester printed by Duracell on its packets. L’Oréal has used printed electronics from Ynvisible, a Portuguese company, for its in-store displays."