Eco Friendly Toothbrush
Beauty is more than just makeup and skincare, taking care of our teeth is too. Mypure offer a selection of natural toothbrushes - so I selected the SOURCE toothbrush - medium bristles for this month’s beauty review. We all know that brushing your teeth keeps the bacteria in your mouth in check, and we all love a nice healthy mouth and fresh breath. I don’t need to go into the ins and outs of dental hygiene but without a good toothbrush & hygiene you can end up damaging your health. So when choosing a toothbrush look at size, bristle variety & Expert recommendation i.e BDA (British Dental Association) or ADA (American Dental Association) Seal of Approval.
|Retails at £9.99 Now £8.99|
The SOURCE toothbrush handle is made from bio-plastic and recycled dollar bills/recycled paper/recycled wood or flaxseed.
That is remarkable, I never knew you could buy toothpastes made from natural resources... who would of thought.
The brush head is removable and comes with a replacement head (as seen in first picture above). Further replacement heads can be purchased in a pack of 2 for £5.99 (soft or medium)
Wood cellulose bio-plastic with recycled wood, paper, money, flaxseed.
Bristles are vegetable based nylon,
The process utilizes castor bean oil rather than petroleum decreasing the use of fossil fuels. Each brush will last 9 months and has 65% more bristles than a standard brush to keep your mouth clean. The clever handle design encourages brushing with just the right amount of pressure and reduces enamel erosion.
I’ve been using my Radius Source Toothbrush for the past few weeks and I love it, my teeth feel extra clean, sounds really weird but they really do, the wide flat bristles are perfect for getting to those hard to reach places and it’s gentle on the gums, I have gotten rid of my trusted well known branded toothbrush. This brand of toothbrush will now be a permanent resident of my bathroom for a very longtime. I better buy one for the hubby, don't want him to be jealous.
The radius toothbrush brand also provide other ranges which include toothbrushes for left handed folk and toothbrushes for the little ones, so my question is. Will you be trying one of these? Let me know if you do and what you think of it.