PearlBar Bamboo Medium Child Toothbrush
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PearlBar has harnessed the natural power of charcoal and created 100% biodegradable charcoal infused bristles, offering your pearls the best clean they’ve ever had.
Fair Traded • Vegan • 100% Biodegradable • FDA Approved
From as far back as 30,000 BC, charcoal has been used as one of nature’s best absorbing and cleaning agents. Charcoal is a natural antibacterial, anti-fungal and antiviral agent; it detoxifies and deodorises your mouth, balancing PH levels while absorbing odour.
These bristles are made with activated charcoal, and have powerful absorption qualities – as you brush, stain-causing toxins in the mouth are absorbed, reducing the growth of cavity-forming bacteria that may cause bad breath.
Best of all, charcoal naturally whitens teeth your teeth while absorbing chlorine and other harsh chemicals found in tap water and toothpaste.
PearlBar cares about our environment, and we know you do too. We are about spurring change and giving back to the environment.
This bamboo toothbrush is 100% biodegradable and 100% awesome. It lasts the same amount as a normal toothbrush and takes 1/1000th of the time to breakdown, thus giving our environment a much-needed relief from plastic overload.
Discarded plastic toothbrushes cause real, long-lasting damage to our environment – in particular, our marine life – with volumes continuing to rise around the world (Australia alone disposes of more than 30 million per year). This plastic will not break down in our lifetime.
The PearlBar Planet-Loving Toothbrush not only offers an eco-friendly alternative to using standard toothbrushes – it also offers a better clean.
Each Planet-Loving toothbrush has a carefully designed handle crafted from bamboo; an environmentally sustainable wood source. Our bamboo is cultivated for three years, and then harvested.
Bamboo is the fastest growing plant on earth; it’s naturally regenerative, requires minimal rain, and grows without the use of harmful pesticides. As a result, it’s incredibly abundant.