Reusable cotton swab for makeup application can be used time and time again. Simply clean with water and soap after each use.
Naked's Reusable Swab will be the last swab you'll need. Our swab is more eco friendly, replacing thousands of single use cotton buds.
Naked's Reusable Swab is stocked in UK and Ireland stores or can be ordered directly from our website.
Reusable cotton swab for makeup application can be used time and time again. Simply clean with water and soap after each use.
Naked's Reusable Swab will be the last swab you'll need. Our swab is more eco friendly, replacing thousands of single use cotton buds.
Naked's Reusable Swab is stocked in UK and Ireland stores or can be ordered directly from our website.

Reusable Swab

Regular price €7,99
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Tax included.

  

A clean and reusable alternative. Naked’s Reusable Swab replaces thousands of single-use cotton buds.

Use the Reusable Swab just like you would a standard cotton bud. We highly recommend the Reusable Swab for makeup application.

Soap and water, it’s that simple. 

Just like with your standard cotton bud, never insert the swab into the ear canal or nose. For external use only. Improper use can cause injury. Keep out of reach of children.

 

It’s estimated in England alone, 1.5 billion cotton buds (Cotton swabs if you’re American) are used each year. After being used once, they are often flushed down the toilet, contributing to marine pollution. 

Scotland (we love you Scotland) has already banded plastic-stemmed cotton swabs and so has Italy. In April this year (2020), England also banned single-use plastic buds. This ban will extend to all EU member states by 2021. Are you ready? 

Earwax (a.k.a cerumen) is produced by the ceruminous glands in the ear canal and serves to trap dust and foreign particles (e.g. bacteria and insects). Cleaning of the ear canal occurs naturally by a “conveyor belt” migration of wax to the external opening of the ear.

Attempts to remove ear wax with Q-tips/cotton swabs/ cotton buds/ reusable swabs is the most common cause of perforated eardrum and can interfere with this natural flow of wax, causing a blockade. This can be quite painful, cause hearing problems, dizziness or ringing in the ear. Just like crayons don’t belong up noses, the ear canal isn’t the place for reusable swabs.


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