Zero Waste Dental Starter Kit

Bare Necessities | SKU: BNE144
Sale price280 MRP
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Price 280
Delivery Options

Availability Payment Option Expected Delivery
Online Payment Thursday, 30 July
Cash on Delivery Tuesday, 12 July
Return/Exchange
Returns/replacements are accepted for unused products only in case of defects, damages during delivery, missing, or wrong products delivered.
Cancellation
Cancellation requests will be accepted strictly within 24 hours of placing the order only. Orders cannot be cancelled or returned once shipped or delivered.
Preparation Days
5 Days

Product Description

What is the first thing you do in the morning when you wake up? Brush your teeth presumably?

But, what is your toothbrush made up of? What is your toothpaste packaged in? PLASTIC?

This zero waste dental kit allows you to think incrementally and take your first zero waste step, in your own bathroom, something that is in your control!

Here’s our zero waste alternative to help you jump start your day and your zero-waste journey:

A compostable bamboo toothbrush
A small peppermint party toothpaste

Product Details

Brand Name Bare Necessities
Country Of Origin India
In the box Dental Starter Kit
Manufacturer Details Bare Necessities Zero Waste Solutions Pvt Ltd
Package Preparation Days 5
Return Policy Returns/replacements are accepted for unused products only in case of defects, damages during delivery, missing, or wrong products delivered.
Return/Exchange
Returns/replacements are accepted for unused products only in case of defects, damages during delivery, missing, or wrong products delivered.
Cancellation
Cancellation requests will be accepted strictly within 24 hours of placing the order only. Orders cannot be cancelled or returned once shipped or delivered.
Preparation Days
5 Days

Seller Description

Founder, Sahar Mansoor, in her own words is - "an accidental entrepreneur, though I come from a family of serial entrepreneurs. Bare Necessities started in the pursuit of zero waste living and living a lifestyle congruent to my own values.  I felt overwhelmed with India’s trash problem. I was confronted by it every day seeing piles of garbage on the streets. I spent time with local waste pickers and watched them sort through waste with their bare hands. I started to think of the environmental, health and social justice issues associated with our garbage problem.

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