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Bamboo Toothbrushes
Bamboo Toothbrushes
Bamboo Toothbrushes
Bamboo Toothbrushes
Bamboo Toothbrushes
Bamboo Toothbrushes
Bamboo Toothbrushes
Bamboo Toothbrushes
Bamboo Toothbrushes
Bamboo Toothbrushes
Bamboo Toothbrushes
Bamboo Toothbrushes

Bamboo Toothbrushes

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€3.50

This ergonomic bamboo toothbrush will help you take care of the planet while keeping your teeth clean. Enjoy the natural touch of its handle and its soft to medium or hard BPA-free nylon bristles.

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What is the best toothbrush?

The best toothbrush is the one that you are regularly using, of course, but also the one in adequation with your teeth and gums.

Using a toothbrush with the proper bristles' resistance (soft, medium or hard) helps ensure good oral hygiene and avoid gum diseases like gingivitis.

Since a toothbrush should be replaced every three months, a good toothbrush should have a biodegradable handle to keep your teeth and planet clean.

Properties of Bambaw's bamboo toothbrushes

One pack of Bambaw's eco-friendly toothbrushes includes four bamboo toothbrushes with a distinct panda paw print to distinguish each of them. Thus, they are ideal for the whole family or shared housing.

The soft, medium and hard bristles are made of BPA-free nylon.

  • User-friendly design

    The robust wooden toothbrush has an ergonomic design for better holding. The bend offers the perfect space for your index finger and thumb.

  • Sustainably harvested bamboo

    The FSC certification indicates that the bamboo used for our toothbrush has been responsibly managed in compliance with strict environmental, social, and economic requirements.

What’s in the box?

  • 1x or 4x Bamboo toothbrushes with soft, medium, or hard bristles
  • 1x In-depth digital user manual

Get a glimpse at the whole Health & Beauty collection

From a durable shaving routine to compostable cotton buds or reusable make pads and sanitary protection, Bambaw's Health & Beauty has it all. It gathers the best alternatives to standard plastic or single-use items you can find in your bathroom.

Why are plastic toothbrushes bad?

Toothbrushes are an essential item for dental hygiene.

Dentists recommend using them at least twice a day and changing them every three months. As a result, it is estimated that 3.6 billion plastic toothbrushes are used every year. Unfortunately, plastic toothbrushes are poorly recycled and end up in landfills or the ocean. There, your toothbrushes will rest for centuries before breaking down into microplastic.

Something we should change every 3 months should be made from a compostable or recyclable material instead of plastic. The good news is that there are eco-friendly toothbrushes you can use instead of plastic.

Wooden toothbrushes are a good alternative

One of the most popular alternatives is bamboo toothbrushes.

The bamboo handle is solid and mould-resistant, making it perfect for a bathroom environment. The handle is compostable in a backyard compost. The bristles, however, are made of nylon and must be recycled according to local recycling programs.

Scheme

Bamboo

The toothbrush is made of pure bamboo: a natural, permanently renewable resource.

BPA-free nylon

The bristles are made of BPA-free nylon. Up to now, the only natural alternatives to nylon bristles is pig hair. Hence, we decided to opt for the cruelty-free option; nylon 6-6.

Do the toothbrushes have charcoal on them?

Yes, the medium and stiff bristles are infused with activated charcoal that absorbs toxins and dyes, making for whiter and cleaner teeth. However, these bamboo toothbrushes do not turn teeth black.

Do the bristles fall out?

No, bristles do not fall out. However, it is recommended to keep the bamboo toothbrush dry, away from moisture.

How often should you change your toothbrush?

It would be best to change your toothbrush every three to four months. Your eco-friendly bamboo toothbrush lasts the same time as a regular plastic toothbrush. Still, you can extend its life with proper care. For more information on how to care for your toothbrush, check out the digital user manual.

What do we do with the toothbrush when we no longer need it?

No harmful chemicals are used to make the toothbrush, meaning you can recycle the bristles and compost the handle. Or you can find a new purpose for it, for example, a cleaning tool, paintbrush, and more.

To remove the bristles, use pliers or a similar tool and dispose of them in the plastic recycling bin.

Description

What is the best toothbrush?

The best toothbrush is the one that you are regularly using, of course, but also the one in adequation with your teeth and gums.

Using a toothbrush with the proper bristles' resistance (soft, medium or hard) helps ensure good oral hygiene and avoid gum diseases like gingivitis.

Since a toothbrush should be replaced every three months, a good toothbrush should have a biodegradable handle to keep your teeth and planet clean.

Properties of Bambaw's bamboo toothbrushes

One pack of Bambaw's eco-friendly toothbrushes includes four bamboo toothbrushes with a distinct panda paw print to distinguish each of them. Thus, they are ideal for the whole family or shared housing.

The soft, medium and hard bristles are made of BPA-free nylon.

  • User-friendly design

    The robust wooden toothbrush has an ergonomic design for better holding. The bend offers the perfect space for your index finger and thumb.

  • Sustainably harvested bamboo

    The FSC certification indicates that the bamboo used for our toothbrush has been responsibly managed in compliance with strict environmental, social, and economic requirements.

What’s in the box?

  • 1x or 4x Bamboo toothbrushes with soft, medium, or hard bristles
  • 1x In-depth digital user manual

Get a glimpse at the whole Health & Beauty collection

From a durable shaving routine to compostable cotton buds or reusable make pads and sanitary protection, Bambaw's Health & Beauty has it all. It gathers the best alternatives to standard plastic or single-use items you can find in your bathroom.

Impact

Why are plastic toothbrushes bad?

Toothbrushes are an essential item for dental hygiene.

Dentists recommend using them at least twice a day and changing them every three months. As a result, it is estimated that 3.6 billion plastic toothbrushes are used every year. Unfortunately, plastic toothbrushes are poorly recycled and end up in landfills or the ocean. There, your toothbrushes will rest for centuries before breaking down into microplastic.

Something we should change every 3 months should be made from a compostable or recyclable material instead of plastic. The good news is that there are eco-friendly toothbrushes you can use instead of plastic.

Wooden toothbrushes are a good alternative

One of the most popular alternatives is bamboo toothbrushes.

The bamboo handle is solid and mould-resistant, making it perfect for a bathroom environment. The handle is compostable in a backyard compost. The bristles, however, are made of nylon and must be recycled according to local recycling programs.

Composition

Scheme

Bamboo

The toothbrush is made of pure bamboo: a natural, permanently renewable resource.

BPA-free nylon

The bristles are made of BPA-free nylon. Up to now, the only natural alternatives to nylon bristles is pig hair. Hence, we decided to opt for the cruelty-free option; nylon 6-6.

FAQ

Do the toothbrushes have charcoal on them?

Yes, the medium and stiff bristles are infused with activated charcoal that absorbs toxins and dyes, making for whiter and cleaner teeth. However, these bamboo toothbrushes do not turn teeth black.

Do the bristles fall out?

No, bristles do not fall out. However, it is recommended to keep the bamboo toothbrush dry, away from moisture.

How often should you change your toothbrush?

It would be best to change your toothbrush every three to four months. Your eco-friendly bamboo toothbrush lasts the same time as a regular plastic toothbrush. Still, you can extend its life with proper care. For more information on how to care for your toothbrush, check out the digital user manual.

What do we do with the toothbrush when we no longer need it?

No harmful chemicals are used to make the toothbrush, meaning you can recycle the bristles and compost the handle. Or you can find a new purpose for it, for example, a cleaning tool, paintbrush, and more.

To remove the bristles, use pliers or a similar tool and dispose of them in the plastic recycling bin.