Bamboo’s hot. Plastic’s NOT. Our high-quality and beautiful bamboo handle provides a wavy grip that sits in the curve of your palm and offers a natural place for your thumb. A very light coating of wax coupled with the already anti-microbial nature of bamboo assures you that not only are you doing something healthy for your mouth, but that you are not harvesting a germ fest on the handle! We offer three bristle strengths in beautiful colors to add “pop” to your bathroom countertop. Know what’s nice? Our toothbrushes will fit into your toothbrush holder! Bamboo and you. It’s a winning combination.
Made from sustainable bamboo. Organically grown. Bristles made from DuPont Tynex (highest quality dental grade nylon)
Warnings: Don’t brush hard! This is universal – meaning this goes for all tooth brushers out there, not just those using WooBamboo. There’s no need to punish your gums and your tooth enamel, and any dentist will tell you the same thing: Harder isn’t better. Brushing softer will still clean plaque from your teeth and massage your gums, without irritating your sensitive tissue and cutting the lifespan from your bristles. All-in-all, a good strategy. Don’t keep it anywhere near your toilet! Yeah, this one’s a little gross – but uncomfortably true. Every flush of your toilet triggers a mini atom bombish-type explosion of bacteria that showers down on everything within a general 6 foot radius. That’s right, it’s like a tiny Pompeii in your bathroom. What helps? close the lid before you trigger the ol’ flusharoo. Swap your brush after you’re sick. Another biggie. When you’re sick, tons of germs hang out in your saliva. It’s just a fun place to be if you’re a microbe. Changing your brush after you’re sickness passes is just a smart thing to do, since (like we mentioned above) no matter HOW well you clean your brush, bacteria wins. And after you’re sick, your toothbrush is a tiki-torch of tiny germy terrorists. Don’t let them win. Finished with your Woobamboo? Pull out and recycle the bristles, and throw the handle into your compost where it will gently biodegrade. These tooth brushes are "Dentist approved, Mother Nature recommended".