Disclaimer: Products featured were gifted from Farleyco. Views expressed are honest and of my own.
Did you know: 3.6 billion plastic toothbrushes are produced every year with majority of them ending up in oceans and landfills.
Designed in Sweden and developed by dentists, the original that took the world by storm. The Humble Co. Humble Brush is a toothbrush that will clean just as well and last just as long as your regular plastic toothbrush, with the added benefit of being better for the environment.
The Humble Brush is also eco-friendly and socially responsible – every Humble purchase goes towards funding oral-care projects for the benefit of children in need.
The box and inside wrapper are made from recycled materials, and can be thrown out in the compost bin. The handle is ergonomically designed and is made from 100% biodegradable, sustainably-grown bamboo and can also be disposed in the compost bin – it will return to soil after a couple of months. The bristles are made of nylon-6 bristles and should be recycled with plastics – it is recommended to use pliers to remove the bristles or simply cut off the head of the brush.
The Humble Brush has a good and comfortable grip to hold while brushing. The bristles are not as soft as I would prefer but after a few uses it does soften up a bit. That being said, does a great job at cleaning each tooth. The bamboo part does get some getting use to but overall, it’s a great bamboo toothbrush while also helping the environment.
What are your thoughts on The Humble Co. Humble Brush? Have you tried or are currently using a bamboo toothbrush?