Bamboo Toothbrush - Soft Bristles
Alternative to plastic toothbrushes.
The world's first and only 100% plant-based bamboo toothbrushes with USDA Certified 100% Bio-based Bristles. Every part of Brush with Bamboo’s Adult toothbrush is plant-based: bristles, handle, and box. These bamboo toothbrushes can be used for just as long as plastic toothbrushes.
Goes Great With:
- Tooth Cleanse
- Toothpaste Tabs
- Toothpaste Tabs with Fluoride
- Toothpaste in Aluminum Tube
- Toothpaste in Metal Tin
- Toothbrush Travel Case
Handle: Organic Bamboo. Only wild, giant Moso Bamboo is used for these bamboo toothbrush handles. No pesticides or fertilizers are ever used on the bamboo – in fact, because it is wild mountain bamboo, doing so would be completely impossible. Likewise, the bamboo is never watered – only natural mountain rain.
Bristles: Soft bristles made from 100% Castor Bean Oil. USDA Certified 100% Biobased. Bristles made in Germany.
100% paper. No tape or glue used.
Green American Certified. Vegan. BPA-Free. Natural and Non-toxic.
Bamboo is a natural material that keeps best when kept in a dry area. Enclosed toothbrush cups that collect water are not ideal. It’s best to keep your toothbrush in an open-air toothbrush holder or any other dry area.
You can wash and care for our soft plant-based bristles just like a conventional toothbrush.
Bamboo is natural woody material that will fade over time. The bamboo on the top portion of your toothbrush that goes in your mouth may begin to appear lighter and faded with use. This is normal! It will not affect your brushing experience.
End of Life Instructions
The different parts of the toothbrush can be disassembled for proper disposal. The bristles are not biodegradable. All toothbrush bristles are very small and lightweight: curbside recycling may not work. For example, if one were to simply throw the bristles into a big curbside recycling bin, they can easily get lost and will not make it through the recycling process. Try working out a solution with your local recycling facility – but if no solution can be found, the bristles will have to be landfilled. In total, this will result in less than 0.01 ounces of plastic waste (a dramatic improvement from plastic toothbrushes). Using pliers, it is easy to remove the bristles from the head. Doing so will also remove a small metal staple that is used to clamp the bristles to the handle. This metal staple is normal in toothbrush manufacturing and is also present in all plastic toothbrushes. The handle can be upcycled or composted at home.
Where It Comes From
Brush with Bamboo, based in Los Angeles, California, is an industry leader known for their high quality, organically grown bamboo products.