Bamboo Toothbrush - Medium BristlesMamaP
Alternative to plastic toothbrushes.
The handle is lightweight and compostable. Bristles are durable and made of DuPont Nylon - recyclable wherever nylon is accepted. The non-toxic paint tip prevents early decay - to last as long as other leading plastic toothbrushes (except they won't last 1,000 years like the plastic ones). An ergonomic handle and rounded smooth head make brushing very enjoyable!
These toothbrushes do more than keep your pearly whites shiny and clean - much more! Use your toothbrush purchase to fuel a cause you care about!
Blue - Ocean Conservation: 5% of sales are donated to The Ocean Foundation, a community foundation dedicated to reversing the destruction of ocean environments around the world.
Green - Mental Health: 5% of sales are donated to the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI), a mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for Americans affected by mental illness.
Rainbow - LGBTQ+ Equality: 5% of sales are donated to The Trevor Project, an organization that provides crisis intervention for LGBTQ+ people under 25.
Red - Women's Rights: 5% of sales are donated to Planned Parenthood, an organization that delivers vital reproductive health care, sex education, and information to millions of women, men, and young people worldwide.
Yellow - Save the Bees: 5% of sales are donated to The Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation, an international nonprofit organization that works for the protection of wildlife, specifically invertebrates and their habitats
Goes Great With:
Bamboo brush and nylon bristles.
How to Use
Use them just like any toothbrush. The ADA recommends replacing your brush every 3-4 months. When storing, it’s recommended that they are upright in a toothbrush holder or something similar. This will ensure that they dry properly.
When storing, it’s recommended that they are upright in a toothbrush holder or something similar. This will ensure that they dry properly.
End of Life Instructions
Two Easy Ways to Dispose of Brushes:
1. Compost. Start by breaking the head off and throwing it in the trash. Now you can go ahead and compost the handle.
Important: keep the bristles intact to avoid them ending up in the water supply or environment.
2. Recycle. You can recycle through TerraCycle’s oral care recycling program. Simply stop by a local drop-off center or send the brushes to TerraCycle by mail.
Where It Comes From
MamaP's mission is help you reduce plastic in your every day while also fueling causes important to you. They are based in NYC and San Diego. Brushes are made responsibly in China and shipped from San Diego. MamaP is a fellow minority and woman-owned business and 1% for the Planet member.