- Starting with ZERO WASTE PACKAGING, our high quality, CHARCOAL INFUSED, BAMBOO handle toothbrushes are a healthy choice for you and the environment. PLASTIC FREE incidentally means all of our brushes are BPA FREE, PHTHLATE FREE and PVC FREE.
- Our ACTIVATED CHARCOAL infused bristles provide ANTIBACTERIAL and ANTIMICROBIAL properties, whilst being resistive to water retention and therefore mould accumulation. This, in conjunction with the high quality design, means our brushes can be used for up to 3 MONTHS. The soft texture of the bristles will make your gums happy, whilst being extremely efficient at removing food and plaque build-up.
- The STRONG and SLEEK BAMBOO handle has no residual flavour when being used. Bamboo is also water resistive and therefore will resist any growth of mould despite its continual exposure to moisture.
Approximately 8 million tonnes of plastic are dumped into the world oceans every year. And that figure is growing. We once lived without plastic, so we absolutely know can do it again. Bamboo is an alternative, sustainable material that can be used in replace of plastic. And most importantly, it is biodegradable, so once disposed of, will eventually degrade back into the earth. Unlike plastic which, once dumped, will remain on this earth for hundreds or possibly thousands of years.
As an essential item within all households, toothbrushes can be the first step you take towards a minimal waste lifestyle. We all require toothbrushes, and on average, will use upwards of 250 toothbrushes throughout our lives. Swapping out for a bamboo handle will immediately holt your contribution to the 30 million toothbrushes estimated to be thrown away each and every year in Australia alone.
Please be aware, despite the fact some companies claim to be selling 100% biodegradable brushes, unfortunately biodegradable bristles are yet to be developed. This means that once you have finished using your brush, you will need to (preferably) remove the bristles from the brush before composting the bamboo handle. Alternatively, you can snap off the head, disposing of the handle within the compost, and the bristles/head into the trash.