#PearlBarPolitics

Bridget Rose
From Clueless to Conscious Entrepreneur

From Clueless to Conscious Entrepreneur

Now, celebrating a new partnership with URBN Group, parent company to Urban Outfitters and Anthropologie, Bridget and PearlBar are riding a well-deserved victory wave in the US retail market. In its alliance with the ‘Free People’ global online platform, PearlBar’s multi-award winning, natural teeth whitening range remains true to its origins.

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Bridget Rose
Children at Little Flower

Children at Little Flower

A special thanks to PearlBar for donating toothbrushes. Our older children in the Dew Drops Little Flower Inner Mongolia home had a lot of fun trying out these toothbrushes for the first time! Although they had never seen a toothbrush made from charcoal, they soon realized that this was just a normal toothbrush!     Dew Drops Little Flower provides specialized care to medically fragile abandoned children. We currently have 74 children in our care ranging in age from newborn to 10 years old.  In our 3 homes (Beijing, Inner Mongolia and Shanxi), we provide 24/7 comprehensive care including surgeries,...

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Bridget Rose
PearlBar's claims to fame!

PearlBar's claims to fame!

Check out PearlBar's PR and magazine features. 

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Bridget Rose
How much toothpaste you should you actually use?

How much toothpaste you should you actually use?

Class in session. Today's topic is about our favourite thing - teeth cleaning. More specifically, how much is too much toothpaste.  Are you a 'small spec on the bristles' type of brusher? Or do you prefer more toothpaste than bristles? PearlBar wants the best for our #changemakers, so we’re only too happy to tell you YOU’RE USING TOO MUCH TOOTHPASTE.   Since the 1940’s, huge toothpaste brands have been pushing their ‘cover every single toothbrush bristle with toothpaste until it’s a toothpaste soup situation’ campaigns, giving their unsuspecting customers the impression that they should be using 10 times more toothpaste than what’s...

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