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Wholesale & Distribution Inquiries
Are you a local retailer, business or international distributor? Get in touch!
If you're looking to offer smarter, zero-waste products to your customers, locally or in international markets, we'd love to hear from you. Get in contact to receive our sell sheets and discuss wholesale rates.
For local retailers, our minimum MOQ is 24 units per SKU with minimum spend of $1,000 per order to access wholesale rates.
For international distributors, please get in contact to discuss bespoke pricing and opportunities. We are currently exploring opportunities across Europe, Asia, Middle East and South America and open to exclusive partnerships with the right distributors.
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Fill your foaming pump bottle with warm tap water.
Also make sure your bottle has a foaming pump! If in doubt, read here.
Drop in a Tirtyl Tab and patiently curb your excitement for 20 minutes.
There's no need to wait around either, just pop the pump back on and let the magic unfold!
Enjoy a moisturizing, foaming lather!
Every, single, time.
When you need to refill, simply repeat the process. Say goodbye to single-use plastic.
^ Graphic above showing "comparison".
1 Tirtyl Tab = Foaming Hand Soap Bottle (Unbranded)
The most effective concentrate
Our foaming hand soap contains many of the same ingredients as other effective and moisturizing soaps, less the nasties of course.
The biggest difference is we've packed ours into a powerful tablet, so you don't have to pay for water or plastic packaging!
The smarter way to
Save a trip to the supermarket where you'll pay more for less! Instead get refills economically shipped to your doorstep. It's simply the smarter choice.
^ Graphic comparison above showing a Tirtyl Hand Soap = $1.5, Unbranded Hand Soap = $3+
^ Photo above showing bottle plastic waste vs compostable wrapping.
Maybe a GIF - with plastic waste piling up, vs cutting wrapping into pieces and burying or putting in recycle bin.
No more single-use plastic
Only 9 percent of plastic is recycled in the USA. Instead, most plastic waste including soap and cleaning bottles ends in landfill, or worse our oceans.
In the near future, single-use plastic for most household consumables will be gone forever.
^ Banner above with "Refill, not landfill".