Tushy

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Tushy, known also as Hello Tushy, is a privately held, U.S.-based, e-commerce company that sells attachable bidets and other bathroom products. The company was founded in 2015 by THINX co-founder Miki Agrawal and Justin Allen and is headquartered in Brooklyn. The company’s primary product is the TUSHY bidet, an attachable bidet that hooks up to most standard toilets as well as some international toilet models.

History

TUSHY was launched in 2015 by Miki Agrawal and Justin Allen. It has raised $1.8M over three funding rounds in 2016, 2017 and 2018.[1]

Products

The TUSHY bidet is a modern bidet attachment that clips on to most standard toilets and fits in between the seat and the bowl. The TUSHY bidet comes in 2 models: a single-temperature bidet and a bidet able to connect to multiple water lines, allowing for dual temperature.

The TUSHY bidet has been featured in several prominent outlets such as Goop[2], Wired[3], and Saturday Night Live[4].

In 2017, TUSHY also began selling bamboo towels, called “bum towels.” They are made of bamboo fibers.

TUSHY Bamboo toilet paper is also a staple product. The toilet paper is made from 100% bamboo.

Marketing and Controversies

In June of 2018, TUSHY partnered with bathroom spray brand Poo-Pourri to launch a pop-up shop in Manhattan [5].

In November 2018, TUSHY launched a controversial subway ad campaign that was shut down by the MTA citing its policy against ads “that contain profanity or slang terms for the genitals or anus.”[6]

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