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Bogobrush: A Green and Socially Minded Toothbrush
May 14, 2016
Look and feel good with the Bogobrush. Beautifully designed and ecologically sound, the company will send the same high-quality brush to someone in need when purchased through their website. To date, they have reached 76% of their pre-order goal of 10,000 brushes to be distributed amongst those lacking access to inadequate dental care in the USA.
Bogobrush is an environmentally-friendly toothbrush that benefits those in need
May 14, 2016
Detroit startup Bogobrush has launched with a new collection of Buy One + Give One, eco-designed toothbrushes made entirely in the USA. Created by co-founders, siblings, and children of a dentist, Bogobrush was born out of John and Heather McDougall's idea that the world deserved a toothbrush that shared their values of simplicity, sustainability, and community.
May 14, 2016
The buy one, give one movement is going strong with companies like Toms and Warby Parker - now Bogobrush ($40) has entered the mix. They offer a fairly-straightforward concept: a subscription service delivering a simply-made, environmentally- and socially-conscious toothbrush every...
Brother and Sister Duo Reinvent the Toothbrush
November 24, 2015
Brother and Sister Duo Reinvent the Toothbrush The toothbrush and dental hygiene aisle at your local grocer is endless. Hundreds of brands, hundreds of choices. But what if you could find a toothbrush that not only kept up with your dental hygienic needs but also gave back?
A Biodegradable Toothbrush is Cleansing Teeth and the Production Line
October 9, 2015
John and Heather McDougall are aiming to improve the world and our concept of manufacturing, one Bogobrush at a time As the children of a dentist, John and Heather McDougall have always known the importance of a good toothbrush.
Loco for Bogo!
October 9, 2015
Anyone remember Bogobrush from three years ago? The company changed the dental hygiene game with a toothbrush that was completely biodegradable. They're now back with a more refined design and a social mission. For each toothbrush purchased, one toothbrush would be given free to a person in need.
Can An Eco-Friendly Detroit Toothbrush Help Save The World?
November 20, 2012
A toothbrush might be one of the least examined household products people purchase on a regular basis, but a new company launched in Detroit is asking you to take a second look at what you're using to clean your teeth, and what happens after you're done with it.
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