Biodegradable Bamboo Toothbrush
Biodegradable Bamboo Toothbrush
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Biodegradable Bamboo Toothbrush

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No more plastic toothbrushes please! Here is your new alternative, the bamboo Bkind toothbrush.

The handle of this toothbrush is made of bamboo and when it's time to dispose you can pop it right into your compost. Make sure to remove bristles First. This can easily be done with a pair of pliers and don't forget to recycle the bristles.

The black bristles are infused with 100% natural activated charcoal. What an easy way to deodorize your mouth! They are made from renewable sourced raw materials at 67%. 

You will receive the toothbrush packaged in a Kraft paper envelope which is 100% recyclable.

How great right!?

*The bristles are designed with Dupont technology: they are BPA free and made from 67% renewable raw materials (33% scale is nylon).

BKind is a female owned Canadian company. Their mission is to promote the power of plants while respecting the planet using sustainable material.

 

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Devon Guerriero
Teeth left squeaky clean.

This brush leaves my teeth squeaky clean. Better than any other bamboo toothbrush i have used thus far and so easy compost after removing the bristles. 10/10

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Selina Renfrow
Kind Bamboo Toothbrush

I still have plastic toothbrushes I don't use in my toothbrush holder in the bathroom because I feel too guilty to toss them (you can only repurpose so many toothbrushes for other uses before they are useless). Being able to compost the bamboo toothbrushes after pulling out the bristles (easy to do) makes for a guilt-free process.

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Jennifer Koziak
Kind Bamboo Toothbrush

I’m in love with this toothbrush. I wish I had it years ago. Bristles are soft, but my teeth still feel clean after use. I like that it’s infused with charcoal too and that I’m not contributing to the plastic problem.