Bamboo Toothbrush with Removable Head
Alternative to plastic toothbrushes.
A better way to brush. Brush your way to a healthy smile (and happier Earth) with this bamboo toothbrush. Gentle on your gums, tough on surface stains and plaque — even in the hard-to-reach places.
- Soft bristles — Made with Castor Bean Oil
Goes Great With:
- Toothpaste Bits
- Tooth Cleanse
- Toothpaste Tabs
- Toothpaste Tabs with Fluoride
- Toothpaste in Aluminum Tube
- Toothpaste in Metal Tin
- Toothbrush Travel Case
- Mouthwash Tablets
Moso bamboo handle and castor bean oil bristles.
Kraft paper box.
How to Use
Use them just like any toothbrush. The ADA recommends replacing your brush every 3-4 months.
When storing, it’s recommended that they are upright in a toothbrush holder or something similar. This will ensure that they dry properly.
End of Life Instructions
Two Easy Ways to Dispose of Brushes:
1. Compost. Start by breaking the head off and throwing it in the trash. Now you can go ahead and compost the handle.
Important: keep the bristles intact to avoid them ending up in the water supply or environment.
2. Recycle. You can recycle through TerraCycle’s oral care recycling program. Simply stop by a local drop-off center or send the brushes to TerraCycle by mail.
Where It Comes From
Bite is a woman-owned business based in Marina del Rey, California that started to challenge two toothpaste norms: why does toothpaste come in plastic tubes and what exactly are we putting in our bodies when we brush our teeth?