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A 100% natural toothbrush!
The handle of this toothbrush is made from bamboo, while the bristles are made from a 100% renewable material derived from castor oil!
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Bamboo grows incredibly fast, making it a highly renewable, highly sustainable ingredient. The oil obtained from the castor oil plant is used to make the biobased bristles.
The extra-soft bristles effectively clean your teeth while being gentle on your gums, perfect for the kids! We recommend that you change your toothbrush every three months.
These toothbrushes are made from bamboo – a plant that grows very quickly and doesn't need artificial irrigation, pesticides or other chemicals. The bristles, meanwhile, are made from castor oil! Available in different, natural colours, Hydrophil toothbrushes offer a brilliant, planet-friendly alternative to plastic brushes!
We decided to sign up to TerraCycle's Zero Waste Box programme, so that any used toothbrush handles and heads can be completely recycled.
You can go to the Recycling section of our website and download a pre-paid label. Then simply stick it on an envelope and send your used toothbrush heads and handles to TerraCycle free of charge! Please note that a minimum quantity is required: 3 toothbrush heads or 1 handle.
Unfortunately, for now, we don't have any toothbrushes that are specially designed for small children. However, our toothbrushes come in standard sizes, so if your child is used to using a standard-size toothbrush, they'll be able to use ours too!
Bonjour, notre brosse à dents est livrée avec une seule tête. Les recharges qui sont vendues séparément, contiennent 3 têtes! :)
You can contact Alizée at firstname.lastname@example.org. She'll be able to give you the addresses of retailers that sell them in your region. And, of course, you can also order them from our website!
The toothbrush handle can be composted, but the head can't. So you can break the head off and compost the rest. :)