Beech Toothbrush by Georganics
Alternative for: plastic toothbrush
These wooden toothbrushes are not made of bamboo, but of sustainable Beechwood in Germany. This means that your new toothbrush has less miles to travel when compared to a bamboo toothbrush from China.
Packaging: paperboard box
End of Life:
- Cut the head off the toothbrush. Put the handle in the compost or general waste.
- The wooden heads can be returned to Georganics as part of their Zero to Landfill scheme
- Packaging is recyclable
- Made from FSC certified sustainable Beechwood in Germany
- Every tree cut down is replanted in the forest and any unusable offcuts are used to heat the factory
- The range includes brushes with soft, medium and firm bristles as well as a kid-sized brush with soft bristles
- Suitable for Vegans and cruelty-free
- As with almost toothbrushes, the bristles are made from nylon (BPA-free Nylon-6), a synthetic plastic material which is difficult to recycle
~£4.40 per toothbrush
Where to Buy...
- To reduce risk of mould, store your toothbrush in a stand or hooks rather than a pot so that the handle can dry out between use
- It's time to replace your brush when the bristles start to curve (every 1-4 months)
Image from brand website.
This information is provided as a guide only and is accurate to the best of our knowledge.
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