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EVERGREEN BAMBOO TOOTHBRUSHES - BLACK

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$5.50
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FACT - Around 3 BILLION Plastic Toothbrushes end up in landfill every year! And the plastic that they are made from won't break down for about 450 years - so not in your lifetime, or even that of your children's, children's, children's lifetime! Three billion x 450 years per toothbrush = an enormous amount of toxic waste!

So, join the movement and go Bamboo - a natural, biodegradable and 100% sustainable resource! This will help you to reduce your waste - reject the plastic-handled toothbrushes encased in plastic packaging and upgrade to an Evergreen Bamboo Toothbrush in recycled cardboard packaging!

FEATURES:

  • Bamboo Round Ergonomic Handle
  • BPA Free Bristles
  • Zero Waste Friendly
  • Naturally Anti-Bacterial
  • Biodegradable Handle
  • Eco-Friendly
  • Soft Bristle
  • 100% Sustainable
  • Vegan-Friendly.
  • Designed in Australia
  • Ethically made in China
  • Biodegradable Recycled Packaging - no plastic!

Dimensions: Full Length is 18.8cm and Handle Diameter is 0.8cm

Dentist Recommendations:

  • Brush Twice Daily - Morning and Night for 2 minutes each time
  • Floss Once Daily - Morning or Night for approximately 2 minutes
  • Replace your toothbrush every 3 Months
  • Most dentists recommend using a Soft toothbrush, in case you are unsure which to purchase.

These bristles are made from a nylon polymer. Currently, there is no biodegradable bristle material available on the market (apart from boar hair - which, of course, is not considered an acceptable alternative).

About Bamboo:

Bamboo is a natural cellulose fiber and is biodegradable, environmentally sustainable, and does not pollute the environment. The amazing growth and self-regenerating ability of bamboo mean that deforestation is also not necessary. Bamboo grows back in a few months (and is full sized in 3 years) vs. regular trees taking 25 years.

Bamboo is grown with minimal water required and without the need for harmful fertilisers and pesticides. In fact, discarded leaves of bamboo provide all the needed nutrients when they start to decompose in the soil. Bamboo also has a wide and strong root system which holds the soil stable and prevents erosion of the ground.

Bamboo releases 30% more oxygen into the atmosphere and absorbs more carbon dioxide compared to other plants. Because of these features, bamboo greatly decreases the number of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere and cleans the air.