Description: As the world’s first plant-based organic toothbrush, this brush warrants bragging rights, or at least being displayed on the bathroom counter. Although the bristles contain some nylon, they are mostly made with castor bean oil. Bristles are medium-soft.
Materials: Handle: 100% Organic, wild, giant Moso Bamboo; Bristles: 62% castor bean oil, 38% nylon.
Care: Store your brush in a place where it can stay dry. The bristles can be cleaned with warm water and soap.
Disposal: You can bring your used toothbrush to a Utility pop-up and we will compost it for you, or you can remove the bristles and compost the bamboo handle in backyard or municipal bin.
Every year, over 4.7 billion plastic toothbrushes that will never biodegrade are dumped into landfills and the ocean.They wash up on beaches in every part of the world where its possible for sea birds and other marine life to ingest them.