• Better for your wallet

    You won't need to buy disposable goods anymore.

  • Better for the planet

    Save hundreds of everyday essentials from the bin.

  • Long lasting

    INGA products are built to last for years!

This is how it works


Every year, we throw away 140 billion sheets of paper towels, 62 billion cotton pads, 350 million sponges, and 33 billion tissues.

Ultra efficient

Products that are as effective as their disposable equivalents. And practical, thanks to their holders.


Reusable products cost more than disposables at the time of purchase, but they're made to last, so in the end, it makes all the difference.

Shipping & Returns

  • Direct Deliveries

    Free delivery for orders over €50 in France (otherwise €4.50), Belgium and Germany (€6.99). 80 in the Netherlands, Spain, and Italy (otherwise €9.99).
    14.99 for Switzerland and €21.99 for Luxembourg.
    Carbon-neutral delivery in France.
    Delivery is within 1 to 3 working days for France and up to 12 working days for other countries.

  • Easy Returns

    You have 14 working days from the date of receipt of the order to exercise your right of withdrawal.
    Returns are at the customer's expense (logistics and financial).
    Products must be returned in their original packaging.
    Please include the order number and your first and last name in the package.
    You may use the carrier of your choice.
    Upon receipt of your return, you will be reimbursed within a maximum of 15 days from receipt of your parcel.

  • Replaced if Faulty

    The products are not guaranteed, but if one or more of them is faulty at reception, it will be replaced free of charge.


How do I wash your products?

All INGA products are machine washable. Detailed instructions specific to each product are displayed on the product pages.

Where are your products made?

The textile parts are made in Portugal and Turkey, and the holders and cases are in France (in Brittany).

Why are the supports made of plastic?

Contrary to popular belief, the choice of recycled plastic is an interesting one for reducing environmental impact. Producing recycled plastic requires less water, no trees have to be cut down, less energy is needed, and so on.
INGA also wanted products that were light and easy to use, compatible with many environments: UV-resistant (if you ever want to take them on holiday in the sun), water-resistant. But also shock-resistant! It wouldn't be very practical if they were in danger of breaking the first time they fell from the work surface.
INGA wanted products that were easy to clean, dishwasher or washing machine safe (for the tissue cases).

Where can I dispose of your products when they reach the end of their life?

When your products reach the end of their life, you can dispose of the cases and holders in the yellow (plastics) bins and the textiles in the textile skips.

Are your products zero waste?

It's not quite the case (yet). INGA is used to saying that their products are "0.1 waste". The products tend towards 0 waste because you won't be throwing away any more household paper and because the packaging is reusable.
But they are not completely so, because even if the products are designed to last as long as possible, there will come a time when you will have to part with them. On the other hand, all the products and packaging are recyclable.

You have another question?

Let us know, we'll get back to you within maximum 2 working days!