Kids natural wood toothbrush with compostable handle & snap-off head with BPA-free Nylon Bristles
This toothbrush has a shorter handle ideal for kids. Made from sustainable FSC Beechwood, the handle is suitable for home compost. Every tree cut down is re-planted and excess material is used to heat up the factory. Made in Germany, these soft BPA-free nylon bristles are ideal for deciduous and kids' permanent teeth. With reduced size bristles for small teeth and mouths.
Replace your toothbrush every 2 months or sooner if the bristles are frayed.
Brush at a 45 degree angle in short, half tooth wide strokes from the gum line down. For top teeth angle up, and angle down for bottom teeth. Begin from the outside part of the teeth, then moving to the inside. Move onto chewing surfaces, hold it flat and brush back and forth. Store upright, in a rack or cup, where it can dry out.
- Reduced size bristles perfect for small teeth and mouths
- Sustainable FSC beechwood handle suitable for home composting
- BPA-free nylon bristles (recyclable through Georganics’ Zero to Landfill recycling partnership with Terracycle).
- Packaging: Compostable, recyclable kraft paper box
- Vegan and cruelty free
Great to use with... Mineral Toothpaste Orange
- Sustainable FSC beechwood handle
- BPA-free nylon bristles
To do your bit and take part in the Zero to landfill scheme please follow these instructions:
- Simply snap the brush head and when you have collected 4 of these, pop them in a paper envelope and send them to ‘Free-post Georganics’. Georganics will collect all the heads and send them to their partner recycling centre.
The Zero To Landfill scheme helps recycle items that cannot be recycled by local centres. This is great news for the very small amount of plastic that Georganics unfortunately have to use (of course, once there is an alternative, we will be straight on it!) All you have to do is collect, pack and send, they will do the rest.
Specialised oral care recycling
Georganics are recycling our products with TerraCycle via their zero waste box solution to help recycle the components in our Sonic Toothbrush and Beechwood toothbrush heads that local centres cannot. They are separated into fibres such as wood and coated paper, plastics and other materials. The resulting fibres are then hydropulped to separate out coatings. These fibres are then recycled into new paper products, or composted if recycling is not possible. The resulting plastics can then be recycled into plastic polymers. Flexible and rigid plastics can eventually be moulded into various recycled plastic products