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BDÉT & Our Indigenous Māori Framework

by admin on Sep 20, 2019

BDÉT & Our Indigenous Māori Framework
Te Whare Tapa Whā o BDÉT

The Māori philosophy toward health is based on a holistic health and wellness model called Te Whare Tapa Whā. Developed by Dr Mason Durie in 1982, it can be applied to any health issue, whether it involves physical or psychological well-being.

We have adopted this philosophy for BDÉT which underlies the foundations of this amazing product and our dreams for its success.

Based on the Te Whare Tapa Whā Mason Durie Model, BDÉT is encompassed under the four pillars, Taha Tīnana, Taha Taiao, Taha Hauorā, Taha Mahi.



Personal hygiene is a daily need and feeling clean is one of our most basic human desires. That is why BDÉT Foam Wash was created, out of the desire to be clean after one off our most primal habits, going to the loo.

You simply pump BDÉT Foam Wash onto ordinary toilet paper and it turns it into the most luxurious bio-degradable wipe!

We use soap to wash our bodies, toothpaste to brush our teeth, shampoo for our hair, cleanser for our face & neck, but despite a person going to the little room and doing their business we merely wipe with a few pieces of paper!



People who know you can’t clean with toilet paper alone use bidets or wet wipes, but despite manufacturers saying they are flushable they simply are not. The increasing use of wet wipes is causing widespread problems on a Global Scale, blocking sewerage systems and creating phenomenon called ‘Fatbergs’ a mixture of wet wipes and cooking fat which is tipped down drains. Wet wipes and Fatbergs are removed from systems and dumped into regularly into landfills.

Every week two tonnes of wet wipes are removed from Tauranga’s Sewerage Treatment plant, every year 53 million wet wipes end up at Watercare’s Wastewater Treatment plant every year, in Canada it costs tax payers $250m a year and in the U.K £100m each year.

If a downpour occurs, wet wipes are pushed out of stormwater drains and into our oceans. The effects are devastating, and wreak havoc on our marine wildlife, sadly often leading to deaths. To avoid catastrophic environmental damage we advise using BDÉT as a replacement to wet wipes.



BDÉT not only cleans but it’s secret formula also has health aiding qualities in that it can reduce the amount of soreness and friction caused by harsh toilet paper wiping. 

BDÉT users are saying it:

soothes the skin dries instantlyrelieves sorenessalleviates discomfort & prevents paper to skin excessive wiping.

It is also a friendly companion during bouts of hemorrhoids, diarrhoea, skin fissures, IBS, constipation, incontinence and during a female’s menstruation period.

BDÉT Users have reported feeling ‘a weight lifted off their shoulders’, no guilty feelings, convenience, amazing fragrance, gentle and soothing formula, after replacing BDÉT with wet wipes.



Toilet paper was invented in the 2nd Century in China, it was reported the makers used the paper to also wipe their bums. Fast forward 18 centuries and there has never been a product that has complimented or even improved the performance of toilet paper ever before.

BDÉT Foam Wash turns expensive or the most budget toilet paper into the most luxurious, and gentlest wipe. There is no other product like it on the market.

So turn your dry toilet paper simply into a wet moist ultra-soft wipe, you’ll try it and never go back to just toilet paper alone again, or even better ditch the wet wipes at the same time!

Ānei Te Whare Tapa Whā o BDÉT.