Children's beech wood toothbrush
This children's wooden toothbrush is made with beech wood from FSC sustainable forests.
The bristles of the brush are made of BPA-free carbon-free nylon and work to effectively remove plaque and tartar without damaging the gums.
Beech wood is recyclable and compostable , which makes this product a sustainable and zero waste product.
Why use a wooden toothbrush for children?
The main reason is ecological because we limit the use of plastics that have polluted our oceans for centuries.
And also, you already know that conventional plastic bristles release plastic particles that you ingest without realizing it. These particles accumulate in our body throughout life. This is especially serious in the case of children since the bioaccumulation of plastic is more dramatic due to the accumulation time.
If we get our children used to using wooden brushes, we will not only be making them ecologically aware but we will also be protecting their health.
The simple gesture of changing plastics for other more sustainable and recyclable materials is a commitment to the environment and sustainability.
How often do I have to change my toothbrush?
Daily use of your wooden toothbrush causes bacteria remains to accumulate and the fibers of the brush to deteriorate. Therefore, it is recommended that you change your ecological toothbrush approximately every 3 months to always keep it in optimal condition.
Beechwood Handle*, Nylon Soft Bristles^, Paper Box*.
*Compostable, ^ZTL Recyclable.
Brush your teeth by holding the wooden toothbrush at a 45-degree angle from the gum line down or up.
Store in a vertical and ventilated position, so that it can dry and does not accumulate moisture.