Brush It On Bamboo Toothbrush Adult - Various Designs

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Enjoy this ergonomically designed toothbrush that is soft on your teeth and kind to our oceans. 

The handles are made from sustainable bamboo, and are home compostable.

There are 4 different toothbrush designs, and each one has its own unique purpose and mission.

If 1 isn't enough, you can check out our toothbrush 3 pack bundle to save (plus you can try 1 of each design!).

Matilda helps support the work of WWF-Australia and Regenerate Australia – their vital recovery and regeneration program launched through four key projects following the devastating 19/20 bushfires, including Koalas Forever which is aimed at doubling the number of koalas on Australia’s east coast by 2050. @brushiton

Lassie here was 'Created by Marc Allante to free bears from captivity and support bear sanctuaries, Lassie helps World Animal Protection provide rescued bears with vital medication to help them keep them healthy and strong on the road to recovery.' @brushiton

'Tarzan directly supports World Land Trust to help them create permanently protected nature reserves across the world. It was designed by Samuel Humphreys to help combat deforestation'. @brushiton

Nemo here is - 'Designed by Abbey Rich to help conserve marine habitats, Nemo helps the Australian Marine Conservation Society distribute living plastic-free packs to raise awareness around plastic pollution. ' @brushiton

What you'll love

  • BPA Free handle & bristles
  • Vegan
  • No glue or varnish used
  • Made from MOSO bamboo

How to use/store

Bamboo is a natural material, so for longevity of your toothbrush, it's best kept in a dry area. Either place it horizontal on your bathroom vanity/basin to let it dry. Or dry it upright in an open aired toothbrush holder. With proper care it should last as long as a normal toothbrush (approx 3 months), and should be replaced when the bristles start to fray.

End of life

When the life of the brush is over, cut of the top and put in your bin, and the rest can go in your home compost. Love it? The oceans definitely do. 



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