Truthbrush

Bamboo & Plant Based Bristle Toothbrush - Soft

£4.50
Description

Truthbrush - the award-winning beautiful bamboo toothbrush!

Truthbrushes’ signature brush was designed on the edge of Dartmoor and comes in a palette of nature inspired colours with plant-based bristles made from 62% castor bean oil and 38% nylon.

Each Truthbrush is finished with a coat of natural plant oil to make them smooth and water resistant.

The brushes are hand wrapped in tissue and a fully recyclable pillowpack.

They carbon offset its journey from the factory to them, and from them to us.

Truthbrush are proud to be members of 1% For The Planet - giving 1% of total sales to environmental non-profits creating positive change.

Cleaner teeth, cleaner world.

Features

Why bamboo?
Bamboo is the perfect material for the Truthbrush as it is beautiful to look at, warm to touch and fully biodegradable. The natural antibacterial and antifungal properties of bamboo mean the Truthbrush is hygienic too.
Bamboo is resistant to natural pests, which means it is farmed organically and needs no extra watering

Purchase Impact

State: Water

Truthbrush would love to find a genuine plastic-free alternative to nylon bristles which could biodegrade. However, after extensive research we realised that the only non-plastic alternative is boar bristles (pig hair), which would be unacceptable to many people. There are also unsubstantiated claims of biodegradable nylon 4 bristles but in reality this is not commercially available.

They therefore use bristles which are 62% castor oil and 38% nylon, which means less petroleum-based plastic. They are constantly searching for an alternative, but until then, they believe that a biodegradable handle with castor oil-based bristles is much better than a plastic toothbrush.

Will buying bamboo products be detrimental to pandas?
No – The Truthbrush is made from Moso bamboo, a type of bamboo which is inedible to pandas. The bamboo they use is Forestry Stewardship Certified and comes from sustainably and responsibly managed forests in China.

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