Why bamboo toothbrushes worth a try!

Look, we know it's difficult to make changes, especially when it comes to sticking something in your mouth. Remember spices! But how different is a Happy Quokka Bamboo Toothbrush compared to an evil plastic backward one like the one that probably needs replacing in your bathroom!

Well a lot, and not much...It's still a toothbrush after all, and it wont give you splinters!

So are they worth a go? Of course...

Happy Quokka Eco Bamboo toothbrushes are a good eco-friendly alternative to traditional plastic toothbrushes. That goes without saying. They are biodegradable, compostable (once you remove the head), and have a lower environmental impact than plastic toothbrushes (grass not oil), which can take hundreds of years to decompose. 

Despite being compostable, bamboo toothbrushes still require proper disposal. The best way to do this is to get a pair of pliers and remove the bristles and put them in the bin. The next best way is to just cut or break the head off and dispose of that in your red bin.

In terms of their effectiveness as a toothbrush, bamboo toothbrushes can be just as effective as plastic toothbrushes. It's important not to brush too hard, and you still get regular check-ups with your dentist. It's also important to replace them every three to four months, just like any other toothbrush.

Given that Bamboo is a natural grass, there are some things that you may need to consider before leaving the dark side. They may not be suitable for people with certain allergies or sensitivities. And, while bamboo is a renewable resource, the production of bamboo toothbrushes still requires energy and resources. But we think its worth it.

So, if you are looking for an eco-friendly option for your dental care routine, Happy Quokka toothbrushes are worth trying out. Just make sure to properly dispose of them and follow good oral hygiene practices and there will be no going back.


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