Bamboo toothbrush ILOVEECO for children – Junior
It is estimated that 3.6 billion plastic toothbrushes are used each year. This huge pile of toothbrushes is not recycled and ends up polluting our environment in landfills or in the ocean. There our toothbrushes will stay for centuries before they disintegrate. A product that we change every 3 months, must be made of compostable or recyclable material instead of plastic.
Dentists recommend using them at least twice a day and changing them every 3 months. Made from sustainable and ethically collected bamboo.
The bristles are made of nylon enriched with charcoal without BPA suitable for recycling. After use, dispose of it in the normal waste bin or discard the bamboo handle in the compost bin after first removing the hairs from the head.
Dentists recommend using them at least twice a day and changing them every 3 months.
Availability: 7 in stock
- Why carbon bristles:
- Why bamboo:
The packaging is also 100% biodegradable, compostable and recyclable.
The activated carbon in the brush bristles absorbs the tannins that bind to our teeth and cause stains. As he removes them with regular brushing, our teeth look whiter and the contaminants that darken and wear our teeth are removed.
The mixing of carbon in nylon bristles reduces halitosis, ie bad breath (because carbon is known to absorb bad odors). It also reduces plaque and kills bacteria that grow on the hair during toothbrush storage.
Bamboo can be harvested about 3 years after planting.
When the stem is collected, the plant does not die.
Bamboo absorbs 10 times more CO2 and produces 45% more oxygen than wood.