Natural Bamboo Toothbrush
Bamboo toothbrushes are similar to any other manual toothbrush you would find on the shelf. They have a handle and bristles to remove food bits and plaque from your teeth. The key difference between bamboo toothbrushes and plastic toothbrushes is the material used to make the handle.
When choosing a toothbrush material, consider how bamboo differs from plastic and wood. Bamboo plants grow quickly, need little care and may thrive without fertilizer or pesticides.
You can use a toothbrush with a bamboo handle the same way you would use a plastic toothbrush and should keep the same considerations in mind.
It is recommended to change out your toothbrush every 3 months. After normal wear and tear your bristles start to get worn out creating a less effective toothbrush. Clinical studies show that a worn-out toothbrush removes less plaque than a new toothbrush. Your toothbrush builds up a large number of bacteria, so common sense practices also suggest replacing your toothbrush every 3 months. It is also a good idea to replace your toothbrush after getting over an illness.
- KEEP ALL THOSE PLASTIC toothbrushes out of the oceans and landfills. These bamboo toothbrushes are a great way to help keep the earth green.
- A PACK OF 10 TOOTHBRUSHES will last one person a full year.
- BPA FREE BRISTLES are soft and made from high-quality nylon
- 100% PLASTIC FREE ZERO WASTE PACKAGING. ZERO WASTE means we try to use as little packaging as possible while using all recycled material!
- SMOOTH & NATURAL BAMBOO HANDLE will never splinter and is water-resistant. Stronger and harder than wood, Bamboo is also more durable and healthier than any plastic. No need to dry the handle after use, just rinse your toothbrush and put back into its holder, just like you would with any other old plastic toothbrush
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