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Have You Ever Googled, "Where Do Plastic Toothbrushes Go"?

Have You Ever Googled, "Where Do Plastic Toothbrushes Go"?

Have you ever thought about what happens to your toothbrush when you're done with it and you throw it away? We have and believe that "now is the time to be more thoughtful." Maybe we should think "about an every day, practical object such as a toothbrush as having a life and its own life span gives it better purpose and allows us to curate what kind of objects get to be part of our lives on this earth." 

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Why Seagrass and Bamboo Brushes Help To Combat Climate Change

Why Seagrass and Bamboo Brushes Help To Combat Climate Change
So you want to make a difference in the world and fight climate change? We make it simple and easy for you. With each purchase, you support SeaGrass Grow by The Ocean Foundation Continue reading

How To Recycle Beauty Packaging

How To Recycle Beauty Packaging
We talk a lot about how earth friendly our MamaP bamboo toothbrushes are - the handle is compostable, and there are recyclable toothbrush bristles - even the packaging and shipping materials are plastic-free and compostable. How amazing, right? If you're like us, we us more than a bamboo brush to help with our beauty routine. We've got sparkly and clean smiles 😁 But what about body care - and just as important - end of life for beauty product packaging? Continue reading

Earth Day Sale

Earth Day Sale

Let's celebrate Mother Earth this week! Here's a little love from us. Save 10% on orders of $10 or more. Use the discount code - EARTHDAY2020 at checkout. 

Let's brush with purpose and know that every choice we make creates the future we strive for. Join us in reducing plastic in our everyday lives!

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How A Circular Economy Can Save Our Planet

How A Circular Economy Can Save Our Planet
If you’re like us, you prefer to live on a planet that can sustain life. Sure, a post-apocalyptic world’s orange tones can be eerily beautiful. But we fancy a bit more green in our lives. And frankly, the current economic model based on “consume and resume” will result in money being the only green we’ll see in the future.
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