Want the best for your kids? We’ve got your back: nothing better than this ecofriendly, all natural wooden toothbrush.
With one colour for each chiquito in the house (blue, white, pink), our biodegradable bamboo toothbrush is sure to please! Easy on the gums and the environment, BOO’s natural alternative to plastic brushes is a great zero-waste option for the whole family.
What’s this sustainable toothbrush made from?
- The handle is made with untreated FSC Moso Bamboo from China, guaranteed from a culture with no fertilizers, pesticides – and no watering, hence as little waste as possible.
- This brush also boasts BPA free Soft Nylon bristles, made from Castor Oil.
And how are these wooden beauties made?
So, these cute Wooden Toothbrushes for children are entirely made in China. Why? BOO explains:
- First and foremost, these eco toothbrushes are handmade with care and respect to the environment in China, where the endemic bamboo they are made from originates.
- At the present time, the technical expertise required to build this wooden toothbrush only exists in two countries: China and India. Makes more sense to support local economy!
Packaging: 100% compostable & recyclable
Yup – ideally, objects would not be packaged at all, but for hygiene, we bet you’ll be glad your toothbrush is somewhat protected. With this in mind, BOO has individually wrapped each wooden toothbrush, taking care to select 100% recyclable or compostable packaging: kraft paper.
And when it’s time to say goodbye?
Comes a time when we all have to say goodbye – even to our loved eco bamboo toothbrush. Fortunately, BOO’s really thought out your bamboo toothbrush’s afterlife. Meaning?
- Your wooden toothbrush’s packaging can be recycled – or even better – composted. No excuses, no waste here.
- Your wooden handle can be composted – just make sure you remove the nylon bristles first. Made from bamboo, it will decompose in approximately 6 months.
- As per the bristles, the best course of action is to remove them with plyers. If your local recycling center allows for them to be recycled: awesome. If not, simply toss them in the trash… We recon that would be sad – but hey – infinitely better than throwing out a full-plastic toothbrush.