Let's bet this natural toothbrush can make us more hygienic!
Here's why you'll love this:
- Ethically sourced
- Minimalist design
- Non toxic and recyclable
- Soft bristle and Hard bristle,BPA free
- High quality bamboo and brush bristles
- Anti microbial, anti fungal and anti-bacterial
- Plastic free and recyclable cardboard packaging
Q1. What is the difference in color from the rigidity of the bristle?
A1. No difference.
Q2. Which color brushes are soft?
A2. All color brushes are soft.
Q3. Are the bristles plastic? are they bad for the earth?
A3. Bristles are made of bamboo as well. They are soft and with pretty colours.
Q4. The price is of single brush or whole packet?
A4. The price is of whole packet which contains 10 brushes.
Q5. The box will contain same colors of brushes or different?
A5. Both options are available.
Q6. What is the size of the toothbrush?
A6. 17 centimetres.
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Customer ReviewsWrite a review
Perfect! Brushes soft and good quality! Fast delivery and the product is exactly the propaganda. Certainly indicate!
They came perfect. Seem good quality. Still not tested. They are very good, but recommend let them dry. Because after all AM bamboo.
Brushes with soft bristles. Environmentally friendly, which I really liked. Bristles are bright, there is no smell.
Super fast Delivery, product same as loved! Not think necessary buy a size to children over 5 years, adult size is satisfactory Just think is not necessary pack 1 to 1, think waste paper, but must have a reason bigger Better than be with plastic Indicate the purchase, loved and come back to buy for sure That softness!!! Never will buy brushes plastic traditional
Brushes came, I'm delighted! Eco-friendly box, all in perfect form. Brushes are beautiful. Three days after the start of using a new brush, I began to have a strong inflammation on the gums. It was not a week, I had to go to the doctor and drink antibiotics. I do not know at 100% whether it is connected with a brush, but I have never had such a thing before. The dentist (in Germany) told me that he did not recommend anyone to use wooden brushes, as the wood is unsterile, and there can be bacteria between the fibers. I didn't know that, and now I'm not sure I'll use these brushes. From a few packs of antibiotics that I drank, plastic came out no less than from a plastic brush...