The Humble Co.’s presence reaches Alaska

Due to widespread demand for effective and eco-friendly products, The Humble Co. has partnered with Alaskan stores to provide customers with better oral care options. The Humble Co.’s flagship product, Humble Brush is now available in various store locations in Alaska. The listings include Silver Basin and Buckshot & Bobby Pins, with more to come. These partnerships help keep plastic toothbrushes from polluting our environment.

Founded by a small group of dentists from different parts of the world, The Humble Co. was created from a shared commitment to oral health and an understanding that it’s not necessary to harm our environment just to brush our teeth properly. In five years, The Humble Co. has conquered Europe and Asia, and is now taking on Northern America. Humble Brush has replaced over 6 million plastic brushes and funded over 30 Humble Smile Foundation projects worldwide.

Humble Brush continues to prove to be the best-selling toothbrush, as it was handpicked from a selection by Silver Basin:

“Silver Basin brings you the very best in all of your home décor, cooking, gift giving, and entertainment needs. Our hand selected merchandise brings fabulous finds from gourmet, high end city life to down home Sitka. Whether you’re preparing that special dinner, family picnic on the beach, sprucing up your home, or treating yourself to a special gift, our selection is sure to please.” – Silver Basin

The Humble Co. was founded in 2013 by Swedish dentist Noel Abdayem. Through the success of Humble Brush, the company has grown into a global community, passionately pursuing its vision. Today, Humble Brush is accompanied by natural toothpaste, a bamboo tongue cleaner as well as an all natural and biodegradable chewing gum. The Humble Co.’s products are developed to reduce our environmental impact and can be found in over 30,000 retail locations across the globe.

‘Can we change our ways of production and consumption? Can we help provide oral care products to those that need it most? The answer is yes!’ – Noel Abdayem, Founder & CEO, The Humble Co.