Isabel Aagaard

Co-founder at LastObject

Female Founder

Isabel Aagaard, 29, is a designer by trade and eco-conscious by nature. Frustrated by all of the single-use products out there, she decided to design innovative solutions to wasteful habits that make a lasting positive impact. LastObject was founded 2018 with the first product being LastSwab (2019) and earlier this year, LastTissue was bought to life. Isabel also just gave birth to her first child, a healthy perfect boy. As an eco-fighter and power-mom that always leads by example, she truly stands by her products and hopes to inspire others to adapt to living sustainably.

Our mission

Our mission - eliminate single use items by creating reusable sustainable alternatives.
Our purpose is to provide the world with sustainable choices.
Our values:
Our products must have at least 10x real environmental impact vs the traditional single use products they replace.
We build premium products with high usability and excellent design – ”good enough” is not good enough - we are obsessed with our products.
We are end-to-end sustainable across our entire value chain, from cradle to grave.

Made in Denmark

We are based in Copenhagen Denmark, where all our products are designed and prototyped. We are the original inventors of LastSwab and LastTissue and hold all IP rights to our products (trademarks, design rights and patents). We have production in both Denmark and China.

It All Started On Kickstarter

We seem to have hit a nerve among many consumers as more than 30,000 backers said goodbye to the single-use cotton swabs and bought the LastSwab during our initial crowdfunding on Kickstarter and Indiegogo. In fact, many pre-pledged their purchase even before the launch date of the campaign. This initial success shows the potential of transforming traditional single-use products into reusable ones, and the LastSwab is just the tip of the spear for opening people’s ears to this radical change of how we view products. The goal is to have our products available all over the world in mainstream retail outlets such as Walmart and Tesco in order to secure significant impact.