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LastSwab Basic

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LastSwab is the original zero waste alternative to the everyday cotton swab or Q tip. Made from high-quality, durable TPE and PP material, the LastSwab is a bathroom essential that is the perfect balance of charm and functionality. With a single purchase, you can cross cotton tips off your shopping list forever while doing your part in helping the environment.

 Durable

LastSwab is resilient enough to last 1,000 uses without compromising the soft and gentle feel tip that you’re accustomed to with regular cotton tips.

Sustainable

A single LastSwab aids the fight against harmful, single-use plastic cotton tips, more than 1,000 times over!

Easy To Clean

Simply wash the tip with a little soap and water then leave to dry, making it instantly ready for your next use.

Customer Reviews

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Manoj P.
Love it!

I bought one about a year ago..I really loved the product and ended up buying 2 more for my dad and mom! - Originally posted on LastObject.com

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Isabel v.
Great!

Easy to use, easy to clean, happy that I'm not throwing away so much cotton swaps anymore :) - Originally posted on LastObject.com

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Linda L.
Love! Be gentle

Super! Takes a little getting used to. You need to put less pressure than with cotton swabs. - Originally posted on LastObject.com

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Hannah W.
The best!

I love this last swab, after 3 years I broke my last one when i accidentally stepped on it, I use it every day saving at least over 1000 single use ones. I'll never go back! - Originally posted on LastObject.com

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Leah S.
perfect for lips

The LastSwab takes a little getting used to, but overall, i like it for specific things. I use mine to apply lip mask and exfoliator. because it's nubby plastic, it has just the right texture to boost my lip products and not create waste like with disposables. :) - Originally posted on LastObject.com