How often should you replace your bamboo toothbrush?
With proper care, our ecological bamboo toothbrush will last just as long as a conventional plastic toothbrush. The American Dental Association recommends replacing your toothbrush every 3 months, or when the bristles have frayed.
How much does a bamboo toothbrush last?
Bamboo toothbrushes last 3 to 4 months depending on how you take care of them. Because bamboo is an organic material whereas plastic is impenetrable, the duration varies accordingly.
Why bamboo toothbrush is bad?
Bamboo is also biodegradable if used in its raw form, such as for toothbrush handles. Fully biodegradable toothbrushes do exist, with natural fibers for the bristles. Keep in mind that these natural bristles tend to be rougher than nylon bristles, possibly causing wear on your enamel and contribute to receding gums.
How do you maintain a bamboo toothbrush?
Wash thoroughly After each use, wash your bamboo toothbrush and tongue cleaner thoroughly with water to avoid any kind of bacteria growth. Make sure there is no residue at the bottom of the bristles after each use. Pat dry your toothbrush with a soft, absorbing washcloth to remove extra moisture content.
Why are bamboo hair brushes better?
Bamboo hairbrushes have bamboo cushioning made up of natural rubber and bamboo spike massage and encourage your scalp. Scalp massage is significant as it increases sebum production. Sebum makes your hair shiny as well as soft. Stronger hair means fewer damage and rapid hair growth.
Why are bamboo toothbrushes expensive?
Bamboo toothbrushes are usually expensive because there’s not as many manufacturers making them compared to plastic toothbrushes. Without large scale production, all other costs naturally increase.