On the 9th February 1964 The Beatles appeared for the first time in America on The Ed Sullivan Show. As many as 73 million Americans got their first taste of the Fab Four who would come to epitomise the swinging sixties and would become the bestselling band in history.
The decade of the 1960s ushered in a new era of change and revolution, people started to rethink how they lived their daily lives, how and where they travelled and who they socialised with and how the environment was changing and being looked after.
Melo Labs is channelling its inner sixties child. We want everyone to rethink how they take care of their teeth. By using our finger toothbrush, stretch floss and children’s products, you will be taking part in our own quiet revolution in dental care. No water, no toothpaste, no toxic materials and everything is fully recyclable. There’s a growing concern for the amount of fluoride the body can ingest. With the conventional way of brushing, toothpaste gets absorbed in the soft tissue which the body can’t dispel. We also don’t use toxic materials to make our products, so they won’t pollute the environment.
So, join the Melo Labs UK revolution and do as the Beatles once sang, “Try thinking more, if just for your own sake.”