My natural wooden toothbrushBEECHWOOD | SOFT BRISTLES | BPA-FREE
Wooden toothbrush specifically designed for children. It has a handle that is ideal for their little hands and soft bristles that are perfectly suited to children’s fragile gums and young teeth. Natural and environmentally friendly, It is an effective alternative to reduce the consumption of disposable plastic in the home and thus helps to raise children’s awareness of environmental issues.
Toothbrush made in co-branding with the brand J’aime mes dents.
Dimensions: 16.5 x 1.3 x 0.6 cm
Age: 3-7 years.
J’aime mes dents is a French company that offers alternatives to everyday products in your bathroom. The manufacturing of these products is as local as possible, and has a limited impact on the planet. It is with this common vision that a partnership was created in order to launch Ma Brosse à dents en bois naturel.
How do I use it?
I moisten my toothbrush and then apply a pea-sized dose of my Dentofruit toothpaste to it, brush my teeth using the soft bristles of my toothbrush from the gum to the tip of the tooth for about 2 minutes, then rinse my mouth. Do this after every meal.
How does it work?
- Beech wood from Swiss eco-managed and FSC-certified forests, managed in an eco-responsible and sustainable way. Handles are made by a Swiss sawmill and finished with a vegetable wax.
- Soft biobased nylon 10-10 bristles : nylon 10-10 is a polymer. It is obtained from castor oil, a vegetable oil.
- Guaranteed Bisphenol A (BPA) free : some plastics contain BPA, which is an endocrine disruptor suspected of being carcinogenic. BPA contamination is mainly through oral contact, unfortunately it is often found in the composition of disposable toothbrushes.
My teeth and gums are clean and protected, without being attacked.
95% of biodegradable materials
Maintenance and recycling advice :
Rinse with warm water after each use and air dry the head. Do not leave your toothbrush in a glass with water left in it as this may cause the handle to turn black.
Tip : lay the toothbrush flat on your cup to dry !
If you have a household compost, you can cut the bristles off the toothbrush and throw away the wooden handle.
The toothbrush should ideally be changed every 3 months.
Tip : you can change it at any time during the school holidays.