NakedSwab is a reusable, sustainable and sanitary alternative to cotton swabs and Q-tips.
1 NakedSwab = 2000 Cotton Swabs!
What do you usually do when you're done using a Q-tip?
Straws are not the only thing polluting our sea waters and land. Cotton swabs have also been part of the problem.
People tend to just toss them in the garbage but not many people know that q-tips can also be recycled with your compost (depending on your recycling facilities).
Why we exist!
Approximately 1.5 billion cotton swabs are being produced every hour, every day GLOBALLY. Some are being flushed down the toilet and some are being disposed of improperly. Imagine the damages these non-degradable swabs may cause.
Naked Swab is built to last you up to 2,000 uses. It takes 3.6 litres of water to produce and treat the cotton used in ONE conventional cotton swab. It only takes 0.3 litre of water to wash one Naked Swab.
Naked Swab's sole purpose is to help the planet get rid of single use items!
Help the planet one swab at a time! There is no planet B.
How do I clean my NakedSwab?
Cleaning your NakedSwab is quick and easy just using soap & water!
What is NakedSwab made of?
NakedSwab is made from Medical Silicone + Plastic
How long does NakedSwab last?
NakedSwab has been designed to last for up to 2000 uses!
How do you dispose of a NakedSwab?
Depending on recycling facilities in your area, you can recycle. NakedSwab cannot be flushed down the toilet.
Is the NakedSwab absorbent?
NakedSwab is not absorbent like a conventional cotton swab.
How do I use NakedSwab for beauty?
Dip the tips in makeup remover before use to get the most optimal result
Can I use NakedSwab to clean my ears?
NakedSwab is a sanitary, reusable alternative to cotton swabs, so it functions just the same. Use NakedSwab like you would use the conventional cotton swab.
Does NakedSwab come in different sizes?
No, NakedSwab only comes in one size, which is identical to a standard cotton swab or q-tip.
Your product still has waste, so what's the point?
Finding sustainable ways, is not about being perfect, but finding small ways along the way that help our planet. We believe in progress over perfection.