“Hey look at that amazingly huge pile of plastic toothbrushes that will NEVER decompose” said no one ever!
We’ve pulled together a list of 6 great natural toothbrushes that are not only better for you, but also options that are great for the planet. You will notice that some contain activated charcoal in their bristles and some do not. The common material in all toothbrushes is bamboo which is sustainable, eco-friendly and biodegradable.
If you want to learn more about the benefits of natural toothbrushes head over to read our Not All Activated Charcoal Toothbrushes are Created Equal post.
Here’s our list of 6 great natural toothbrush options with a summary of each.
Looking for a more environmentally friendly oral care routine?
Any of the 6 natural toothbrushes above will help you on your toothbrush transition journey from plastic to natural. You may need to experiment a little with the brands given everyone has different teeth and gum sensitivity. Bristles that might be way too hard for some people may be perfect for others. Here are links to each of the natural toothbrushes in the table above:
A side note – Are you thinking about buying any of the natural toothbrushes we have reviewed above? If you click on any of the seller links above, the seller will contribute a very small portion of the sale to help support Charcoal and Body. It won’t cost you any extra money but we would be super appreciative. Thanks!
A growing demand for sustainable toothbrush options
It is really important to note that the toothbrushes listed above are not the only products on the market. With a quick Google search you will quickly see that there are many more options available. Some products don’t yet have significant reviewer feedback but in time they will.
Also interested in activated charcoal teeth whitening powder? Click here to see 8 activated charcoal teeth whiteners that work well in conjunction with your natural toothbrush.
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We would love to hear from you if you have any experience with the natural toothbrushes mentioned in this post. Feel free to leave comments in the section below. C&B