Toothbrush ocean waste
Plastic toothbrushes represent 1% of the waste in our oceans. We’re used to changing them every 3-4 months, so every year we throw away more than 4.5 billion plastic toothbrushes. Conventional toothbrushes are made of different types of plastics so they cannot be recycled and they take more than 400 years to decompose, ending up in our oceans, damaging marine life. But we may change that !
Why bamboo toothbrushes ?
Few important points :
– they reduce the environmental pollution and plastic waste in our oceans.
– they are made of eco-friendly materials .
– The antibacterial properties of bamboo allows cultivating the plant without using materials and waste.
– Consequently, they help to protect biotopes by lowering the ecological burden on environment.
You may do a little step towards more sustainable environment today. Read more about solutions we bring on market :
Curanatura : the brand of our choice
CURANATURA natural brushes are fitted with fine, fine bristles that are gentle on your teeth and gums. According to the Symposium of Oral Hygiene, fine (HEALTH soft) and extra fine (BAMBOO and JUNIOR extra brushes) fibers are used, with rounded ends, cut straight. The length of the bristles is 11 mm (10 mm for JUNIOR), they are stored in 4 rows. We offer Curanatura natural brushes in two adult and one children’s variants.
Curanatura's other products
Healthy natural toothbrushes also come with healthy stands. These all-bamboo toothbrush stands are designed as a natural functional and design accessory that is primarily healthy and suitable for any environment. They are made of pure bamboo and packed in recycled paper. The larger, family stand is comfortably sufficient for 3-4 toothbrushes and the smaller one is designed as a cute holder for one toothbrush.
Curanatura cotton swabs are made of organically grown bamboo and quality cotton without the use of any chemicals. This product is friendly to health and the environment and, together with recycled paper packaging, is compostable and completely biodegradable. Try them out :