✔ From ages 3 to 9
✔ Writing your name on them is great fun
✔ Excellent grip
✔ Can be easily composted
Nordics toothbrushes have soft bristles and a small head, in accordance with the recommendations of most dentists.
Dentists around the world generally recommend that a soft toothbrush be used, as people are inclined to brush their teeth far too hard. Hard bristles also damage your gums, which means that little cuts could lead to major infections. A soft toothbrush limits the damage, while you clean your teeth just as well.
Just as important as the right choice when it comes to the bristle hardness is when to replace your toothbrush.
Nordics settled on bamboo for its toothbrushes in order to prevent the growth of germs. The Moso bamboo handle for Nordics toothbrushes is perfectly safe for use. When subjected to high temperatures the naturally-appearing bacteria and enzymes are killed, after which the bamboo is rendered water resistant using a carbonisation process. That means new bacteria and fungi cannot attach themselves to it, while bamboo is also an anti-allergic material.
The bristles of the Nordics toothbrush are made from recycled biodegradable nylon and are pointed for the maximum cleaning effect. The toothbrush bristles are smaller at the top than at the bottom so that they can easily reach between the teeth and grooves.
Sufficient space has been left between the bristles so that the toothbrush dries quickly.
The black Nordics bamboo toothbrush is treated with Binchōtan charcoal, which whitens your teeth. Charcoal binds to dirt and poisons, reducing discolouration.
The Nordics bamboo toothbrush is delivered in an eco-friendly package that is made of recycled paper. The Nordics toothbrush is 100% biodegradable.
Nordics recommends that you replace your toothbrush every two months, and also that you buy a new (Nordics) toothbrush after being sick.
Nordics opted for Moso bamboo when designing its collection of recyclable toothbrushes, and it was an easy choice: