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What is your Bamboo Toothbrush Made of ?
The bamboo toothbrush is made of Moso Bamboo which is 100% renewable sources and 100% biodegradable. The bristles are made from Du Pont Tynex Nylon 100% BPA free. (Highest Quality Fibre).
How is Bamboo toothbrush better than the plastic ?
Our bamboo toothbrush is made of bamboo which is a renewable, very fast growing and easy to grow resource. it is naturally anti-bacterial hence requires no fertilisers and self-regenerate from its own roots. The toothbrush handles are completely Biodegradable therefore it will decompose naturally unlike plastic toothbrushes which are made of fossil fuels and release toxins in the air,land and water when being manufactured and recycled/decomposed and lasts forever in a landfill. As our landfills are constantly being polluted with single use non-decomposable plastic material it has become a major issue for Pakistan. Large scale production of plastic items is also polluting our air and effecting the health and sustainability of our society. More over our brushes are packed in 100% recycle-able cardboard, which helps reducing carbon footprint and its impact on environment.
How long does it last?
Our ecological bamboo toothbrush will last just as long as your conventional plastic toothbrush. Dentists & Hygienists recommend replacing your toothbrush every 2/3 months and brushing daily after every meal with regular flossing for healthy teeth & gums.
Why should I subscribe to bamboo toothbrushes?
After you subscribe we are obliged to deliver an eco-friendly bamboo toothbrush to your mailbox every couple of months (as per costumer’s requirements) the customer chooses the recurrent period that she or he wants the bamboo toothbrush to be delivered. It enables us to take care of you and your oral hygiene and contribute to the environment.
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