The world's first toothbrush partly made out of algea!
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We are very proud to present our sustainable toothbrushes – the Algae Toothbrush and the Spruce Toothbrush. Our new brand Mika Brush will launch in spring 2022.
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About the products
The solution and innovation lies in the products materials, ie the Swedish-grown brown algae and spruce, which partly replaces oil-based plastic and reduces the use of non-renewable resources.
The toothbrushes are produced in Sweden and the raw materials used, algae and spruce, are left over products from the swedish timber and food industry.
Both products are characterized by a greener life cycle, high functionality and attractive design.
We work with product development and our aim is to use the latest research within polymer technology to create sustainable, functional and beautiful every day objects.
Our passion is design and we like to quote Mies Van Der Rohe “God is in the details”.
By studying household products, normally produced in a traditional oil based plastic, to see if we can make them as functional in a bio-based material, we think that we can contribute to a more sustainable planet.
We have had a collaboration with The Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm and our first sustinable toothbrushes were produced in 2020 with funding from the Swedish Innovation Agency.
We are very proud to be the world’s first producer of a toothbrush partly made of algea!
Want to get in touch?
Interested in becoming a reseller or would like to know more? Please get in contact with:
Mikaela Arvidsson: email@example.com
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