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Bamboo Toothbrush

$7.00

An earth-friendly update on the classic manual toothbrush. Using sustainable bamboo and compostable charcoal-infused bristles, the Bamboo Brush gives you a great clean with a natural feel. Available in Green, White, or Black.

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Designed in Portland, Oregon
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Worldwide shipping
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Biodegradable

Clean teeth, clean conscience

Every year, a billion toothbrushes are thrown away in the U.S., and most of them are plastic. Our Bamboo Brush is made from rapidly renewable bamboo that’s sustainably grown in Oregon. Top that with compostable bristles and you’ve got a zero-waste brush you can feel good about.

Every year, a billion toothbrushes are thrown away in the U.S., and most of them are plastic. Our Bamboo Brush is made from rapidly renewable bamboo that’s sustainably grown in Oregon. Top that with compostable bristles and you’ve got a zero-waste brush you can feel good about.

Better brushing with binchotan

Better brushing with binchotan

Charcoal has long been known for its ability to purify air and water — and now you can have that same benefit built into your brush. Bristles are infused with activated charcoal, which balances the pH in your mouth and has natural antibacterial properties that fend off bad breath and tooth decay.

Planet-friendly packaging

When it comes to packing and shipping, we keep it simple. Never plastic. Always recyclable. It’s just one of the ways we maximize your convenience while minimizing cost to the planet.

When it comes to packing and shipping, we keep it simple. Never plastic. Always recyclable. It’s just one of the ways we maximize your convenience while minimizing cost to the planet.

In the Press

Like Brita for your teeth, the charcoal bristles make your mouth feel like a hazmat team came and mopped it!

Customer Reviews

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S.A.
Love the sustainability, but had to get used to the brush

I really love that this toothbrush is compostable and does not waste plastic like most brushes. The round handle is actually very comfortable. I like the brush now, but it did take a couple of days to adjust because the bristles felt rough at first (then again, my dentist has told me I brush too hard so the bristles might not be an issue for everyone). The head is larger than most toothbrushes which makes it harder to clean my back teeth. This is the only reason I gave 4 stars instead of 5. Overall, I love the product, I just had to adjust to it.

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J.
Best bamboo toothbrush yet

I have been trying to find a completely compostable/biodegradable toothbrush for the past few months. Most seem to still use nylon bristles. I am still unsure if goodwell is 100%plastic free but they make it seem like the bristles are compoatable/biodegradable.

I love the design and how the brush head isn’t too big. I also love that there is a subscription option so I know when to change my toothbrush.

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A.
Soooo Happy!

I am absolutely loving this bamboo toothbrush! I was skeptical about how the bristles would feel as I have really sensitive teeth and a pretty compact mouth/back teeth situation, without a bunch of room to maneuver. The bristles are pretty soft, yet still feel like they are getting a good cleaning in without causing gum issues. And I LOVE the size of the head/bristle part that's slightly smaller than a traditional "full-sized" adult toothbrush. Paired with the Pacific Mint toothpaste (awesome taste/flavor btw) I feel like my teeth are getting really cleaned and no residual grimy feeling. All around I am highly impressed and feel great that I will be able to fully compost the toothbrush!

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M.F.
Love this brush!

Great brush, wish it came in more colors! I love the way the charcoal bristles make my teeth feel super clean without being too abrasive.

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S.S.
Brushes teeth

Accomplishes brushing my teeth and is supposedly more earth friendly.

I would give five starts, but to be honest it feels like I'm just gonna throw this away eventually and it will end up in a dump like a plastic tooth brush. I'd love some ideas on what to actually do with them when they're used up because it feels like not a huge deal what the toothbrushes are made of if we're all still throwing away toothbrushes.