Sunday, March 20, 2016

Bamboo Toothbrush with Soft Bristles Review

I know many people think about diapers filling up landfills, but what about toothbrushes? I know toothbrushes are small. Every household uses them.

WooBamboo Eco-Awesome Toothbrushes are a stylish and eco friendly alternative to the typical landfill-cluttering plastic toothbrush. I received a Bamboo Toothbrush to review.

I wanted to try one because I believe that small things in landfills add up.

These toothbrushes are made with bamboo... 

  • that's sustainable
  • that's organically grown
  • that's biodegradable
  • that's antimocrobial
  • that's panda-friendly!


The only thing I wish that was different, is that it wouldn't be packaged with plastic. Just a small box would do. It defeats the purpose of saving on landfills if there's plastic in the packaging. 

The bristles are perfect in my opinion. They say that they are soft. I thought they felt in the middle of soft and hard. I like that! Extra soft bristles just don't get the gums clean in my opinion.

Isaak saw this "new" toothbrush sitting on the sink and he was amazed at the look of it. He said, "Mom that's made from wood!" I said, "Nope! It's made from bamboo." Then we had to look up bamboo. 


$4.95 and on sale for $3.99. If it seems like a lot, it's nothing compared to some of the toothbrushes I've gotten for the boys. Those light up toothbrushes are not cheap. 

I do like this toothbrush! It's Eco-Awesome.

Disclaimer: I received this eco-friendly toothbrush for free for the purpose of this review. The opinions are 100% mine.


Cascia Talbert said...

I've never heard of these. They sound like great tooth brushes.

Theresa Mahoney said...

I never event thought about how bad toothbrushes can be for the environment. I like that there are earth friendly options available!

Ai Sakura said...

It looks so stylish win the natural wood finish!

mail4rosey said...

A lot of small can definitely add up to big. I say why not use these? I would.

~ Noelle said...

Oh how neat. I would totally use this!!! I guess you don't really think about the little things adding up. Take our house.. You have me, hubs, broxton and savannah. Thats 4. Then the boys come to visit and we normally buy them new ones since they seem to forget theirs.. add 3 more to it...
that is a good amount.
I do agree, packaging needs to be in a box or something that can be broken down more than that plastic.


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