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Bamboo Cotton Ear Buds | Soft & Gentle | Doubletip | Multipurpose | Suitable for all age groups

Bamboo Cotton Ear Buds | Soft & Gentle | Doubletip | Multipurpose | Suitable for all age groups

Regular price Rs. 500.00
Regular price Rs. 800.00 Sale price Rs. 500.00
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Did you know?

The plastic stick of an ear bud being long & thin can pierce the internal organs of marine animals that may accidentally ingest them, and plastic stems regularly turn up in the stomachs of seabirds. As they breakdown they not only add to microplastic pollution but continue to pose a threat to wildlife throughout the food chain from ingestion or toxic release.

It is time to switch to a better alternative and reduce pollution caused by plastics, one earbud at a time.

Prakrtech brings to you Earbuds with Bamboo sticks, which are biodegradable and eco-friendly. This earbuds have a bamboo stick with soft cotton ends making it suitable for all age groups.

Special features:

- Gently cleans your ear wax.
- Can be used to take your make-up off.
- Made from Bamboo and 100% Cotton.
- Comes in 100% eco-friendly and degradable packaging.
- Sustainable and Bio-degradable.
- 100% natural and plastic-free
- Multipurpose and gives a good grip while using the swab

Double tipped cotton swabs with a small bamboo stick in between are a perfect multipurpose and a must-have product in every household. It can be used to clean your ears, apply or clean makeup, baby care, beauty, first aid, clean collectibles, art & craft, hygienic needs, and many more. These cotton swabs are 100% Natural with 100% pure cotton which makes it soft, absorbent and gentle, and safe to use.

Prakrtech believes that "True Sustainability is our ability to sustain this planet for next generation"

Materials

Bamboo

Dimensions

8 X 7 X 2 Centimeters

Care information

Store in Dry place

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Did you Know?

The plastic stick of an ear bud being long & thin can pierce the internal organs of marine animals that may accidentally ingest them, and plastic stems regularly turn up in the stomachs of seabirds.