Many wooden toothbrushes use nylon bristles. This sustainable wooden toothbrush has 100% plant-based bristles made from castor oil and a German FSC® beechwood handle. The packaging can be recycled or composted.
The average person can use around 300 toothbrushes in their lifetime. Conventional toothbrushes are made from plastic materials derived from non-renewable crude oil and rubber, which can take around 400 years to decompose. The non-recyclable packaging is also a mix of plastic and treated cardboard. Every toothbrush ever made that has not been incinerated is still sitting in a landfill somewhere.
ALL THE BEST BITS
- 100% Plant-Based
- Made and designed in Europe
- Bristles are REACH, LFBG and food-contact safety certified
- Sustainable FSC® beech wood
- Low carbon footprint
- Tree planted for every toothbrush sold
- Supporting 1% for the planet
- Medium Bristles
LOVE AND CARE
Use minimum pressure, do not chew or bite. Replace every 6-8 weeks or earlier if worn. Rinse toothbrush before and after use, air dry.
HOW TO DISPOSE OF
The handle is home compostable, please remove the bristles before composting. The bristles are made of 100% renewable castor oil but will not fully biodegrade in compost. Bristles may be recycled with TerraCycle. Please send bristles or heads from at least 10 toothbrushes in a large letter to - ecoLiving, FREE-POST ECOLIVING. You can also return them to me and I'll send them off for you.
FSC is The Forest Stewardship Council is a global, not-for-profit organisation dedicated to the promotion of responsible forest management worldwide and ensures that the wood used in products has been responsibly sourced by approved forests.
REACH is a European Union regulation concerning the Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and restriction of Chemicals.
LFBG is German Food and Commodities Act.