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I have been trying out a few different products from Brushbox recently. They are a great company that want to help you whilst helping other people in the world.
“We’re a team of people who want to change the way people think about, and look after their teeth, whilst having a positive impact on the world. We want to turn something that’s good for you into something that’s good for others and good for the environment too, which is why each and every time you buy a brush, we donate one to a disadvantaged child and plant a tree on your behalf. Our sustainable service therefore sends you a year’s supply (that’s x6!) of bamboo brushes straight to your door – no gimmicks, no hidden charges, just great quality products, and the knowledge that 6 children will have been helped, and 6 trees planted, because of you.”
The products I have tried are:
- Toothpaste tabs
- Sustainable bamboo toothbrush
- Bamboo travel case
- Toothbrush holder
- Eco floss
I have really enjoyed using a bamboo toothbrush and find it quite comfortable to hold and the bristles aren’t too harsh. It is great that you can get a toothbrush holder to fit it so you can keep it neat on the side or in a cabinet without it touching other things in the bathroom and it is always handy to have a travel case too. I hate having to take my toothbrush out of the house when going away and you end up having to put it in a sandwich bag or in with your make up and worry about what might touch it etc so a real case is a must have. I think the travel case looks really stylish and is a great addition to the range.
As well as trying out a new toothbrush I have been using a different floss and also tooth tabs which are a great alternative to a tube of toothpaste.
The toothpaste tabs are designed as a zero waste product as even the bag they come in is biodegradable! To use them you just pop it in your mouth and chew it and then brush with it. So easy to use and actually quite fun! They are also a great idea if travelling as you can just pack how ever many you need rather than having to take a whole tube of toothpaste!
Have you used a bamboo toothbrush or tooth tabs before?