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
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- Kids Bamboo Toothbrush
- MamaP Toothbrush
MamaP Kids Toothbrushes
Goes Great With:
- Tooth Cleanse
- Tooth Polish
- Quick Dry Toothbrush Stand
- Toothpaste Bits
- Toothpaste Bits Sample Pack
- Toothpaste Tabs
- Toothpaste Tablets Refill
- Toothpaste Tabs with Fluoride
- Toothpaste in Aluminum Tube
- Travel-size Toothpaste
- Toothbrush Travel Case
- Silk Floss
- Vegan Dental Floss
- Mouthwash Tablets
Herbs the Word Mouthwash
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?