Miki Agrawal Is On An Eco-Friendly Mission For Toilet

Disruptor Miki Agrawal set out several times to face the status quo and essentially change American culture. As an acclaimed social businessperson, Miki Agrawal began her journey with a farm-to-table, WILD, gluten-free pizza restaurant in New York City. Next, it’s the first of its kind. She established THINX, a firm that creates reusable undies for periods and gives pads to Ugandan schoolgirls. Her recent venture is TUSHY. It makes current bidet attachments for toilets and other maintainable bathroom products affordable.

 

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TUSHY eases environmental strife and fights the international sanitation crisis. Agrawal started the business since wiping with toilet paper is not merely ineffective but also causes health issues like hemorrhoids, anal fissures, anal itching, yeast infections, and UTIs. Also, old-fashioned TP remains an environmental disaster. Creating toilet paper puts down 15 million trees every year in America. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic toilet paper scarcity in March 2020, the firm saw its revenue shoot ten times above what was estimated. TUSHY also broke one million dollars in sales in one day.

Miki Agrawal has also printed two bestselling, DisruptHer and Do Cool Sh*t. Additionally, she is a mother, wife, and identical twin sister to the founder of Daybreaker, Radha Agrawal. Also, she has been entitled among Fast Firm’s Most Creative Individuals, the World Economic Forum’s Young International Leaders, and Inc. magazine’s Main Inspiring Women Entrepreneurs.

Miki Agrawal said that she loved enquiring about the things that did not make sense all over her. Lately, she began questioning why we wipe our butts with dry toilet paper, which doesn’t clean us, and hurts our hygiene and health. It puts down millions of trees every year. Yet we continue to waste money on it. Her answer was an easily attachable bidet that clips into the toilet. TUSHY takes ten minutes to fit and costs below $100.