Many people are now going green by investing in environmental friendly products for the home as well as recycling household waste.
One of the latest trends is the launch of Bamboo toothbrushes; if you have never heard of these brushes it’s time to check out one of the healthiest, sustainable products on the market.
Here are five reasons to invest in an eco friendly tooth brush:
The handle is made of MOSO bamboo, which is an environmentally sustainable timber. The brush features a high quality easy-to-grip curved handle made entirely out of bamboo. It feels light when holding in your hand and mouth, and gives off a great natural look to suit any bathroom décor.
BPA-Free Soft Bristles
The bristles are verified Free of BPA (bisphenol) and are made from Nylon. Although they are not biodegradable, they can be recycled. Nylon is used because there is no available plant-based option that would allow you to use your toothbrush for 2 to 4 months.
The whole product is ecological, including the packaging. The toothbrush comes in a compostable wrapper made from plants. The outer box is made from 100% paper and is also biodegradable.
Recycled toothbrushes can last as long as conventional toothbrushes or electric toothbrush heads
The ecological bamboo toothbrush is said to last just as long as a conventional plastic toothbrush.
Bamboo is the fastest growing plant on earth. Because it contains naturally-occurring antimicrobial agents, there is no need for using fertilizers or pesticides during its cultivation.
If you decide to purchase a bamboo brush make sure you rinse and dry your toothbrush after use to keep it clean.
These eco friendly brushes are now available in 3 styles including: Soft Bristle, Medium bristle and a Soft bristle toothbrush for children.
To purchase a Bamboo toothbrushes click here.
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