Think Dirty™ is in the business of connecting consumers to a clean lifestyle. They are a consumer movement led by an unbiased product comparison app for personal and skincare products. With a primary focus on personal care, the goal is to make shopping for clean cosmetic products easy, hip and fun.
Lily Tse - Founder & CEO
Sergey Litovchenko - Developer
Tom Mullen - Lead Developer
Kimberlyn Zasadny - Marketing & Product Intelligence Assistant
Kate Dingwall - Product Research Intelligence Intern
Think Dirty is a Toronto-based startup that was established in 2012. After winning a startup competition, founder Lily Tse decided to turn her deep passion for the cause of safe cosmetics and design into a venture.
Product Description: Think Dirty
Think Dirty® is the easiest way to learn about the potentially toxic ingredients in your cosmetics and personal care products. It’s an independent source that allows you to compare products as you shop. Just scan the product barcode and Think Dirty® will give you easy-to-understand info on the product, its ingredients, and cleaner options.
Our mission is to be the trusted go-to source for more information and options for toxin-free personal products. We are the Rotten Tomatoes of all skin care and personal care products: from makeup to shampoo, soap, toothpaste and nail polishes.
Think Dirty has 101,000+ downloads to date, 37,000+ registered users, 360,000+ unique product scans and 110,000+ listed product data. They have been titled the #1 Health and Fitness app in Canada, Belgium, and the Netherlands.
Think Dirty™ entered the third cohort of ideaBOOST with the mission of becoming the trusted go-to source for more information and options for toxin-free personal products. They were seeking more media and public exposure, and advice on how best to further develop the product.
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