Bamboo Toothbrush - Kids


Bamboo Toothbrush - Kids


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Start 'em young. Teach the little ones good dental hygiene AND get a head start on making them environmentally-conscious - encourage them to use this bamboo toothbrush for kids. Why should adults have all the fun ?

* A portion of each sale is donated to plant trees in the US National Forests.
** All orders shipped 100% Plastic-Free in Recycled boxes.


  • The easy-to-grip, curved, bamboo handle is 100% Certified Organic by Ceres( Germany) which means no pesticides, chemicals or other nasties entering your mouth.
  • Wrapper is 100% compostable, plant-based cellophane, which means #nomorewaste
  • Box is made from recycled paper with no glue which means no new trees were cut.
  • Soft bristles are plant-based and made in USA using 62% Castor bean and 38% Nylon 
  • Length: 5 inches
  • These brushes are vegan, no animal parts, no animal-testing, BPA-free


Handle is 100% Organic bamboo.

Bristles are 62% Castor bean and 38% Nylon and made in USA

Wrapper is made from Plant Cellophane. Cellophane is made from plant cellulose found in wood and wood pulp.


It’s best to keep your toothbrush in an open-air toothbrush holder or any other dry area.

Enclosed cup holders that accumulate water are not ideal.

Wipe dry after every use to prolong the life of your toothbrush


It is estimated that between 850 million and 1 billion plastic toothbrushes are discarded every year in the US alone leading to 50 million pounds of waste being added to landfills. Your purchase will enable you to not be a part of this statistic.


This toothbrush should last you as much as a plastic toothbrush

After use, it can be repurposed into a nifty kitchen cleaning tool as well to clean small and hard-to-reach places like cheese grater, juicer parts, small jars, etc.

Bamboo handle is 100% compostable, remove nylon bristles. Cellophane wrapper is 100% compostable in industrial compost (use to find one near you). Cardboard box is recyclable with paper recycling.

The bristles are not biodegradable. The issue with recycling bristles is that they are very small and lightweight: curbside recycling will not work. The bristles will have to be landfilled. In total, this will result in less than 0.01 ounces of plastic waste (a dramatic improvement from plastic toothbrushes).