The Environmental Toothbrush was invented by a Dentist in Brisbane - its a sustainable option for brushing your teeth, the handles are made from bamboo, which is biodegradable. This makes the toothbrush a more environmentally friendly option, as it won't pollute the environment.
The bristles of the Bamboo Charcoal Toothbrush contain charcoal reactive ion which helps remove plaque, they're moisture proof and antibacterial.
Bamboo is a natural cellulose fibre, which grows quickly, which helps to avoid deforestation. The toothbrush's packaging is also biodegradable.
The bristles are made from a BPA free polymer. Whilst this isn't biodegradable, there isn't yet an option in the marketplace that is. The bristles result in a much smaller impact to the earth than plastic toothbrushes.
It is recommended that you rinse and dry your toothbrush after use - this will help preserve the life of the toothbrush. A toothbrush can last anywhere from a month to 3 months, or longer depending on its use and how its looked after.
To dispose of the toothbrush: cut the bristles off into your regular garbage, and then dispose of the handle into compost or landfill - the handle will break down into the soil without polluting it.
Single = $3.80
2 Pack = $7.50
4 Pack = $14.60
12 Pack = $42.00