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    BAMBOO TOOTHBRUSH - REGULAR

    BRUSH WITH BAMBOO BAMBOO TOOTHBRUSH - REGULAR

    C$7.00

    Product Description

    The Brush With Bamboo Toothbrush features natural plant based bristles! Made in the USA with Castor Bean Oil, these bristles are both soft and comfortable. The Bamboo handle is highly sustainable, pesticide free, and made from Giant MOSO Bamboo (not part of the Giant Panda's diet), which grows wild in China. Quality control is maintained by the Manufacturer's Family and overseen to ensure fair labour practices.

    The Capillary action of the plant-based bristles absorbs more plaque than standard nylon bristles. The contoured shape of these bristles make for a superior clean and the bamboo is naturally anti-bacterial, anti-microbial and anti-fungal.

    Reduce your plastic footprint by switching today.

    MATERIALS:  Giant MOSO Bamboo is used exclusively in the handle. Bristles are 62% USA grown Castor Bean, and 38% nylon (which is added only for strength, and handle adhesion. This is the minimum amount of nylon allowed by the FDA. It's as close as you can get to all-natural bristles!)  

    USE:  Brush your teeth as you would with any conventional toothbrush. Allow your toothbrush to dry in between uses.  It is recommended that you replace everything 3 months.

    END OF LIFE:  Remove bristles with pliers and dispose of them (the majority plant-based portion will biodegrade).  The aluminum staples holding the bristles in place can be recycled with your metals and the bamboo handle is biodegradable + compostable.

    Bristles are ethically made in Germany. Toothbrush ethically made in the USA.

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