Brush Naked Bamboo Toothbrush Soft
All Brush Naked toothbrush handles are made of 100% bamboo with nylon bristles.

  • 100% bamboo handle
  • Recyclable DuPont nylon bristles
  • Recyclable/compostable packaging
  • Toothbrushes are made in China from moso bamboo
  • Boxes are made and printed in British Columbia
Natural, Organic, Vegan, Fair Trade

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Malshi: a few days ago

you can taste the wood but it cleans great and looks great, and its recycable

Amy: a few months ago

Great toothbrush! After getting used to its size, it's just like any toothbrush, but much better because of its natural and recyclable abilities.
Though the soft one seems like regular toothbrush's "normal".

Brielle: a few months ago

The only toothbrush I use. It's vegan and biodegradable. Lasts a long time. Really soft and doesn't shed.

Marlane: a few months ago

I have found my toothbrush. I use medication that leaves my mouth very tender and requires that I brush after taking it. I have found it painless as well as doing a great job of cleaning my teeth,gums,tongues and the roof of my mouth. This may sound extreme but in my case necessary.

Delia: a few months ago

Nice sturdy tooth brush.

Alexandria: a few months ago

Lovely toothbrush! I've been meaning to try a bamboo toothbrush for a while and am so glad I did. Bristles are soft (feel no different to me than the ones on a plastic brush) and I feel good knowing I'm using a sustainable product!

Will definitely keep buying.

Corinne: a few months ago

Love my bamboo toothbrush! Feels great using knowing that I am not negatively impacting the environment. Works great and cleans my teeth like any other toothbrush.

Steven: a few months ago

All the reviews made me think that this brush would have harder bristles than typical "soft" brushes, but that isn't the case. I found the bristles to be extremely soft, almost too soft, but it is better than it being too firm. The bamboo is a bit odd to get used to, but for the environment it is worth the strange sensation of wood. The price is also fantastic.

Tanis: about a year ago

Finally, a bamboo tooth brush that doesn't cost like $15. I find that it's soft enough. I have receding gums so even if I use a solf plastic bruch I need to be careful and not brush too hard. Glad to have found a non-plastic remplacement.

Amy: about a year ago

Very good! It might be a bit harder than the normal "extra soft" toothbrushes, but really aren't that hard. I'm very pleased. The only thing is that it would be better if it were wider.

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